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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                OEPT OF IOWA MOINES I A North Iowas ILY PAI Edited for the Home tTHE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEHiHBOKS HOME EDITION I VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WtHE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 5 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SKKVICEN0 258 Skeptical of Einstein Scientist Puzzled as to What Problem Is Aimed At By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Aug 5 not only is hard to u n de r stand what Prof Albert Einstein says it is hard to under sand what the problem is that he seems to be figuring on Indeed is it possible Profsssar James Robert son almanac ex pert at the U S naval observa tory is rranwy skeptical Professor Ein i steins langage is wholly mathe i matical Professsor Robertson ranks j among scientists the peer of any mathematician living not to be jsure a specialist in Professor Ein isteins particular field Professor metier is astronomy mathematically unsurpassed generally x If Einstein puzzles Professor Rob jertson no one need feel ashamed to Jbe puzzled by him 4TN fact Dr Einstein puzzles him self in my opinion the naval almanac compiler told me recently Hjs caculations appear to me the professior continued to have led him beyond the realm of the hu j manly comprehensible and out into the void where mans mind loses Itself to grope among mysteries which he cannot solve even if and j when he encounters them Supposing him to be dealing with the incomprehensible naturally we dont comprehend it not even Ein stein German certainty is quoted as stating positively enough snticiis limited its curved tiiat mean J tronomer replied Profes IOWA Tales of Torture rom Chinese Rebel Area Turn to Paso 8 nn oi SOUTHERN IM BEAUTYIJUEEN Miss United States Will Compete With Other Bauties GALVESTON Tex Aug 5 A goldenhaired 17yearold New Orleans high school girl is Amer icas defending champion in the an nual international pageant of pul chritude hen The girl who was the judges unanimous selection as Miss United States of America last night is Miss Dorothy Dell Goff She will compete tonight against seven Eur opean entrants for the title beauty queen of the universe The girl who inthe judges opin ion approached the most nearly American ideals of beauty is five feet six inches in height and weighs 122 prmndsvHer hair is long and her figure described as girl lish Miss New Orleans at times an amateur radio singer was breath less after the coronation She was able only to say she felt wonder ful REDS CHOP OFF FINGERS HOLD 2 FOR RANSOM American and 3 British Soldiers Wounded in Attack CHANGHAI Aug 5 J of torture and other violence in volving women missionaries cli maxed todays reports from the areas infested with communists and bandits British consular authorities at Foochow reported desperadoes had chopped a finger from the hand of a British woman missionary at Kienyang northern Fukien prov ince and sent the severed digit to provincial officials at Yenping along with a demand for ransom for the missionary and her companion both of whom had been held captive for more than a month Were Seeking Escape The message from the desper adoes said the womens other fin gers would be chopped off and sent as evidence of the seriousness of the ransom demand unless payment were forthcoming immediately The captives are Miss Edith Net tteton and Miss Edith Harrison of the British Church Missionary so ciety with headquarters in London fere seized while traveling A Jhxngah toward Yenping in fin attempt to escape from the U anger area American Sailor Wounded One American and three British sailors were woundedwhen com Tum to tnce 2 Column Gordonsville Minn Man Dies of Heat Prostration ALBERT LEA Minn Aug Joseph Quam of Gordonsville died here Sunday evening At the time of his death he was only 23 years of age His death was caused by heat prostration Farm Relief Kansas Issue w YOUNG GERMANS GIVE UP FLIGHT One Is Bound for Montreal by Ship and Other Goes Home REYKJAVIK Iceland Aug 5 UP Hirth young German aviator who wished to fly from Iceland to Greenland and the United States was bound for Montreal to day aboard the steamship Minne dosa with his plane strapped to the ships deck He will fly from Mon treal to New York while his com panion Oscar Weller will take the next ship home to Germany The two aviators abandoned their projected flight when the governor of Greenland notified them that there were no suitable landing places in southern Greenland and when the Danish government re quested deposit of 100000 kroner about for expense and trou ble they might bring to the govern ment in the event they made the flight They arrived here August 1 after leaving Berlin July 24 Fort Dodge Swimmer Survives Encounter With Storm on Lake i ai AUNT MET By Kobert Quillen I dont blame the Jones gir for gettin another school for next year When a girl teaches three years in a town without gettin mar ried its time to move TORONTO Ont Aug 5 Marvin Nelson Fort Dodge mara thon swimmer has recovered from an encounter with a storm on Lake Ontario Saturday in which John Mehl 18 of New York was drown ed Mehl and Billy Riggs of Toronto set out in a boat to pick up Nelson Their craft was swamped and over turned The two started to swim to shore but Mehl becoming exhaust ed turned back and attempted cling to the overturned boat When a rescue party reached the vesse only a piece of Mehls bathing sui was found Meanwhile Nelson swam to shon safely The three were members o Johnny Walkers training camp 1 5 Are Injured in Ohio Steel Plant Explosion CANTON Ohio Aug 5 terrific explosion was reported a the planLof the Central Alloy Stee company here today All availabl ambulances were rushed to th plant Fifteen injured were reporte in a hospital WHERE CHICAGO GANGSTER WAS PUT ON SPOT Hero Is a view of the hotel and dance hall at Delaficld where Jack Zulu inset sairt to he tin man who ordered and paid for the lillllnir of Alfred Jake tingleChicago newspaperman was himself shot to death as ho placed nicltcJs in a mechanical phonograph for dance music Garngsters failed In nn attempt to murder Zitta a month ago as he wasriding in a policemans State street Chicago Indians Are Freed to See Their Leader Bandits Permitted to Hold Parley With Gandhi ALLAHABAD India Aug 5 Lord Irwin this afternoon Dermitted the removal of Pandit Nehru and his son Pandit fawarhalal Nehru from the jail here o Poona for peace conversaliont with Mahatma Gandhi Authorization of the transfer was confirmed in political circles The hrus leaders of the congress vol unteers for civil disobedience after he imprisonment of Mahatma Jandhi were consulted by Sir Tej Bahadur Sapru and Mr Jayakar vho sponsored the movement to jring about a reconciliation after he pair had visited the Mahatma in Veroda prison at Poona about two weeks ago Charged With Arson OTTUMWA Aug 5 fohn W Ennis was charged with arson in connection with the fire which destroyed her home near lere last week It was alleged that the stairs where the fire broke out had been saturated with kerosene Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Aug Pickford was robbed last night by Douglas Fair banks Bur g1 a r s entered but Doug said he had no mon ey They askeit if he knew where he could get some Wnj yes llary some Well can you get it asked the burgl always have if she ia asleep said Doug So Doug burgled Mary for 100 bucks Came down stairs and turned over keep ing 10 per cent for commission and overhead Burglars made arrangements with him to como back as soon as Mary had any thing else Yours WILL ROGERS rlars AUTHOR IS DEAD AT 88 Isabella M Alden Wrote More Than 120 Books in Her Life PALO ALTO Cal Aug 5 sabclla M Alden 88 author of more than 120 books and known to icr public as Pansy died here to day She had been ill for some time Among Pansys best known ooks are the Chautauqua series the Ried series and the Life of Christ series For a number of years 183 to 1S86 she edited the juvenile jeriodical Pansy She was thru out her long life an active church worker The material for most of ler stories was drawn from her ex periences as a pastors wife When ever as she expressed it things went wrong I home and wrote a book to make them come out right Mrs Aldcns husband died Marcl 29 3SD4 at Swarthmore Pa and her son Sept 27 of the same year at Philadelphia Undaunted she re turned to the Palo Alto home which she shared with her daughterinlaw and grandchildren and continued her writing From 192G the aged writer had been confined to her room most of the time because of injuries suffered in that year First she was hurt in an automobile acci dcnUind later her hip was fracturec in a fall She continued to write however and among her last works was an autobiographical volume Memories of Yesterday St Louis Endurance Men Have Less Than 200 Hours to Stick ST LOUIS Mo Aug 5 Dale Jackson and Forest OBrine today had less than hours to go to better the vorlds record for re fueling endurance flying set lasi month at Chicago by the Huntei Brothers n sustained flight o approximately fi54 hours At A M C S T today Jackson anc had bee up 361 hours in their monoplane Greater St Loui and were still going strong the i yesterday OBrim repeated the flyers intention of re rnaining up a month and added tha this would bs his last cndurane fi Governor HauckeLeads Primary Race Republican Nomina tion to Follow Bitter Campaign BULLETIN TOPEKA Aug 5 unofficial returns from t o d u yn while the voting was still in Frank Chief Haucke a lead over Governor Clyde M Ilced for tho rcpubll can gubernatorial nomination Evidently Chairman Huston o Ihe republican national committee has no ambition to be known as party worker fired with VirginianPilot TOPEKA Kans Aug 5 Chief interest in the Kansas bien nal primaries today centered in the republican governorship contest ho election ending a campaign In vhich farm relief and a bitter ex change of personalities were In ected Gov Clyde M Reed 58 year old mblisher and counsellor before the Interstate Commerce commission indulged in a numberof bitter at tacks upon supporters of his oppon ents candidacy including David Mulvanc republican national com mitteeman Outspoken in Opposition He has been outspoken in his op position to the federal farm boards wheat acreage reduction plan or kansas and asked a second term on the record of his administration His opponent Frank Chief Haucke 3G former state command er of the American Legion a legis lator former Cornell football play er and fanier charged Governor Reed with undertaking to admin Turn to Tnce 2 Cnlumn 01 FIRST NATIONAL COMPANY SELLS BOND BUSINESS Bancprporation Buys Se curities Division of Institution which have been 1 referred to from time to time in the GlobeGazette between the Northwest Bancorporation and th First National Company for the sale of its investment business are practically completed Robert L John and Burns Allen of the Eanc Norlhwest company are in Mason City going over the local situation with officers of the First National bank under whom business will be carried on either as part of the banks activities or by separate cor poration owned by the bank as cir cumstances and developments may indicate as the proper procedure Col Hanford MacNider as chair man of the board of the First Na tional bank will be active in the de velopment security business in this new form as he has in the past as president of Uie First National company but the inrai National company which will retain its cor porate entity as a holding company for the MacNider interests will di vortte itself from the actual sale o securities carrying on Its other ac tivitieslh the same quarters unt such time as the new arrangement can be made of a permanent na ture To Move Offices Some time duringthe winter th First National company will mov Its offices and personnel to No 200 North Federal building where it activities together with those of the Redincam corporation and the Mid land corporation as well as Indian head Farms Inc will be carried on For the present there will be no change in the personnel of the First National company and it will handle the banks investment business ex actly as it carried on its activities in the past For the purpose of pur chase and sale of securities how ever the new books were opened as of Aug 1 and transactions will be made in the name of the First Na tional bank In the meantime the clientele of the First National company togeth er with its methods lists and terri tory will be studied by the North west Bancorporation security ex perts with the idea of considerably enlarging the activities in this ter ritory as well usmeeting the local needs of investors in Mason City proper The First National company will continue to serve its present clientele in everything but direct sale of securties and such services as it has given in the past to be continued at its customers conven ience Hud Dual Capacity The entire transaction 1s a result of a rather complicated situation which developed out of the dual ca pacity to which officers of the First National bank and First National company found themselves due to the banks entry into the Northwest Bancorporation group last year Ne gotiations have been worked out carefully and at some length in or der that there might be no distur bing feature to the customers of the two institutions who are to the groat extent the same persons It is the belief of Colonel Mac Nider and Willis G C Bagley pres ident of the First National bank that the new arrangement will bring to the bank and this community a new and extended influence in the wide territory which looks to Mason Citj as its financial center The move is made to simplify FACES MURDER TRIAL SAVESPARCHING CKESCO Aug S Barker charged with tlie mur der of his estranged tvifc Btlll lies ut Mercy hospital here In u critical condition from self m fltetcd wounds from an unsuc cessful attempt at suicide There is some hope and yet doubt of his recovery He Is facing v charge of Hrsit murder FEDERAL ACT ID CURB CAMPAIGN EXPENSES SEEN Law Predicted by Nye a Result of Work by Committee WASHINGTON Aug 5 ommendations by the senate campaign funds committee for fed eral legislation to curb campaign expenditures wore predicted today by Chairman Nye us a result of the investigations the committee is carrying on in several states The legislation he believed will be urged in the committees first re port on these investigations A con stitutional amendment to empower congress to legislate on the nom ination or election of candidates for the offices of senator and represen tative president and vice president is contemplated in the program the North Dakotan is preparing to sub mit Nye said he expected other mem bers of the committee to join him in active sponsorship of such legisla tion Several already ex pressed privately the conviction that congressional action should follow their inquiries Nye is working on a plan involv ng legislation to provide that each state set the time limit of election expenditures and pay these ex penses in final primaries This would mean preliminary primaries Turn to Puce 2 Column i AIDS PASTURES Mason City Gets 245 Inches Largest in This Area A MILLION DOLLAR rain that made other rainfalls of that cognomen soem insignificant fell in ill parts of North Iowa early Tues day morning bringing refreshing life to parching corn crops and cheer to both farmers and city resi dents after a month of scorching ought While Mason City and the lerri ry immediately surroundingii emeci to get the main sweep of the instorm the precipitation was general over the northern part of he state The government recording paratus operated by the Globc azette showed a total rainfall of 15 incheswhile at the American eet Sugar company plant the iii rument registered at 272 Farmers Rejoicing Allho the rain did not come in me to stop the deterioration thai as set in as result of a month of orrid weather farmers in Cerro Gordo county were rejoicing over he fact that they would be able to salvage what corn crop had started to develop In spots the corn Irns dried up beyond redemption par ticularly in places of sand and gravel subsoil while in others little material damage had resulted from the drought One prominent agriculturist of that in the neighborhood of 10 bushelsan acre had been taken off the corn yield by the drought This however does riot mean that farmers will suffer any loss per acre It is likely that the corn crop as it now will develop will be worth more per ucre than if there had been no drought it was stated Developed Rapidly Under the pressure of hot weather Jie corn has developed rapidly the mst month and is now in the roast ng ear stage Examination of the ears indicate they are somewhat smaller than normal The rain hov ver will make it possible for thest to mature in later corn lie ears have set determining ho ize of the corn which will be below ormal even with ideal conditions rom now on according to farmcrs The rainfall Tuesday morning will irovidc good fall pasture and solve problem that had begun to trouble he farmers who owned cattle It is iot expected that a third crop of Ifalfa will develop however While their siLuation was not us ritical as that of the farmers the came as n relief to city rci Tiirn lo 4 tolun Mexican Daily Lauds Ambassador From U S MEXICO CITY Aug 5 celsior Mexico City daily today in an editorial lauded Ambassador Morrow and predicted that some day he would be president of the United States Not since the daya of Ambassa dor Clayton who knew how to live in peace with himself and with us the paper said has there been such a businessman who came to Mexico in an atmosphere which many of his countrymen declared irremedi ably hostile within a short time winning the friendship of everyone operations which have been carried on jointly by the two institutions by placing it Ml under the manage ment of the First National bank MacArthur Appointed New Chief of Staff Fuller Marine Chief WASHINGTON Aug 5 Maj Gen Douglas MacArthur today was appointed chief of staff of the army by President Hoover succeed ing General Charles P Summarall Brigadier General Ben H Fuller wn appointed commandant of the ma rine corps succeeding the late Gen eral Wendell C Neville Well Germany now has the three essentials of true npiness A Morgan loan the heavyweight PUR iljstic championship and real beer York Sun Markets at a Glance NEW YORK U S Steel touches highest price in two months before weakening electric issues firm Ford of EnglnmJ ad vances about 4 points Foreign Dutch scores advance rains Oklahoma and Arkansas increased spot of ferings Lower disappointing Brazilian markets CHICAGO Wheat Strong large export sales and unfavorable weather insufficient rain all belt to lower IOWA WEATHER Vurtly clnuily and somewhat threatening Tuesday night ami Wednesday not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday K Minimum in Night lli At H A M Tuesday Ii Rainfall SS Inclus A parched soil fairly leaped up to meet the rainfall which occurred Tuesday morning It started just after midnight and continued much of the time until after 8 oclock in the forenoon At first it came gently with the lightning disturbance in the southeast Then the lightning shifted to the southwest and the in tensity of the rain increased For al most a half hour there was a lively shower straight down Then it came in combination a southwest wind driving occupants of open sleeping porches to more sheltered quarters It was one of the heavieit ruins of recent years in Mason City At the American beet sugar plant the tolal was 272 inches more than a quarter of an inch greater than in Citv nroper   

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