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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                H Aft LON E fl HIS MEM ART DCPT OF s North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home EDITION THE NEWSPAPEIl THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XXXVI PRESS LEASED WIRE 280 Andree Not Scientific Swede Was Brave But Did Not Use Good Judgment By CHARLES P STEWART ASHIN GTON Sept 1 CPA that Salo mon Andrees fate is definite ly known and the fate of his companions 1 n historys first aerial polar es say what do ge ographers think of it as an ex ploratory ven ture Is Andree en titled to a niche in the hall of fame as the pio neer of arctic SPEED DEMONS gave his life to point the way to others Or did he and his comrades perish in 1897 in a mere crackbrained attempt to accomplish the in their day therefore suicidal Washingtons author V ities on the subject while giving the Swedish aeronaut unlimited credit for his nerve pay few com pliments to hia judgment Chairman Frank Bond of the U S Geographic board and Capt Rob ert L Faris assistant director and chief geographic expert of tho Coast and Geodetic survey both remember very well when the An dree balloon took off from Spitz iergen In virtually the samq words they say today What happened is thewhole world expect would happen I haJH Rxcept adds Captain Fans I never heard of any prophet uoy enough to predict that the iballoonists bodies would befound tie isorde The1 jened j f tha1 Turn to Ingo 11 Cnliunn 1 SIXIWEDlN AUTO ACCIDENT Des Moines and Fairmont Cars Collide Close to Goldfield GOLDFJELD Sept per sons were seriously hurt in an au tomobile accident at a bridge three miles west of Goldfield Sunday morning on Primary No 10 Mr and Mrs Nels Sneed their daugh ter Marie and Miss Anna Arboe all of Fairmont Minn were com for til inS east to visit near Gold field and after crossing the bridge rounox collided with a car coming west in j So f Which were Mr and Mrs Ed Calla ieen bt way and wife of Des Moines Mr Sneed was seriously Injured mprrj and was fhot to have a skull frac r ture but at last accounts was much osed a improved Mrs Sneed suffered a jstlessl broken leg and was otherwise bad i sltuai ly injured and was taken to Port I Dodge after a preliminary treat ment at Eagle Grove Miss Sneed who was driving sustained a brok ten rose and other injuries Mr and Mrs Callaway vyere bad ly bruised and both had riba brok en The injured were given medical and surgical attention at the hos pital in Eagle Grove Both cars a Ford and a Chevrolet were demol ished Li j s ressi jopmj ittacl cheery wa there jital to p Amen will ir a coui FRENCH AIRMAN STARTS TRIP IN QUESTION MARK Flyer Expected to Land at N Y Tuesday Evening VAL15NTIA Irish Free State Sept 1 French trana Atlantic airplane Question Mark ut 4 p m Greenwich time 10 a m B S T today sent the following wireless mes sage Off Loophead Left Irish coast 3 p m G M T LE BOURGET France Sept 1 UP Dieudonne Coste one of the greatest of French airmen took off at oclock a m French summer time oclock a m C S T today on a flight across the Atlantic to New York Accompanying him In hisplane the Question Mark which already holds the worlds long1 distance Tec ord for sustained flight was Maurice Bellohte copilot and me chanic and friend and companion of other famous flights Delayed by Clouds The takeoff was one of the best in Costes long career Altbo heavi ly loaded with gasoline the plane left the ground with hardly a bump The start was considerably de layed because of weather conditions The flyers were up at dawn and would have started then but for a veering of the wind to the north The wind brot clouds and haze Set Record M Codos a flying companion of commercial flying days went up and surveyed part of the route to Cherbourg He returned and fore cast an improvement soon After a conference with weather officials Coste changed his departure time until noon but with further im provement in the weather took off earlier There lay ahead of him a trip in excess at 3700 miles which he should traverse at an average speed of 100 miles an hour This would put him in New York about sundown Tuesday Should he suc ceed in his flight he will be the first eastwest transAtlantic flyer to land in New York without a prior stop Has Single Motor He charted his route as over southwestern England and Ireland and thence over the great circle He expected to have a wind behind him during the first part of his journey Last year when attempting the same feat he flnaily had to turn back when he encountered what he called a wall of wind FRANCES QUESTION MARK STARTS OCEAN HOP Green is Hopeful for Bright Future for Labor WASHINGTON Sept 1 Jespite hardships brot by the past 12 months in retrospect organized abor finds today cause for rejbic ng and its leaders see shining brightly against the background of depressing unemployment an en renchmcnt of the high wage prin ciple and high Working standard Theso are viewed as points of progress by William Green presi On this plane the Question Mark Capt Dicuilonne Coste insert rielit anfl his mechanic Maurice Bcl lonte left French aviators are pinning their hopes of a successfi Atlantic crosslnc from Paris to New York AUNT HET By Robert QuilleVi FLEETEST CRAFT OFAIRASSEMBLE FOR FINAL RACE Parking Space at Prem ium as Holiday Crowds Gather pURTISSREYNOLDS AIRPORT CHICAGO Sept 1 fleetest aircraft of the land and some of the nations speediest pilots were entered today in the classic of the national air century of miles for the Charles E Thomp son trophy The huge trophy of silver and gold and a share in prizes totalling 510000 were dangled before 11 air men Ships going to the line at this huge square of Illinois country side were the latest conceptions of designing engineers and carried some of the most powerful engines ever placed in American airplanes Parking Spnce High With holiday crowds in prospect race executives predicted that the airports seating capacity of 45000 would be inrdequate For miles around the airport automobile park ing space was being parcelled outsat Will Rogers TAHOE TAVERN Cal Sept back from a rodeo over at a great little western town called Winne mucca Nevada Thats a great state When you feel that the people around you are taking too much care of your private business why move to Nevada Its freedoms last stand in Amer ica yet they dont do one thing that other states dont do Only they leave the front door open You can get a divorce without lying a drink without whispering and bet on a game of chance without breaking even a promise Yours WILL ROGERS Amy was cryin about John not kissin her no move an i told her to kiss one o his cigar stubsShe wouldnt notice no differ ence in the taste The plane with a on its side is a Breguet which Coste has flown for years It is a Sesquiplane with a single Hisparfo Suiza motor Farm Home at Hanna Destroyed by Blaze LUVERNE Sept of un known origin destroyed the resi dence on the Adrian Tiss farm near Hanna Saturday night while Mr and Mrs Tiss were absent The loss which is partly covered by insur ance has been estimated at Tha fire had gained considerable headway by the time neighbors ar rived a premium Chief among the entrants were Algona Store Building Is Sold for by Savings Bank Receiver ALGONA Sept E Lain lias purchased the Akre store build ing from the receiver of the County Savings bank for the sum of Mr Laird will continue to rent thi building to Thomas Akre for a storo and apartment RuHrnnd President Dies DETROIT Sept 1 D Bronner vice president of the Micn igan Central railroad died early this morning at his apartment in the Whitlier hotel here Mr Bron ner had been ill since last May Capt Frank M Hawks in his trave lair mystery plane with whichhe recently established two new cross country records Capt Arthur H Pae of the marine corps vho was tuning up the navys new Curtiss Turn to Pago 12 Column Two Manchester Publisher Firms Are Incorporated Both Have Same Officers DES MOINES Sept 1 Manchester publishing firms have filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of state each seeking capitalization at The firms the Manchester Press company and the Manchester Dem ocratRadio company have the same set of officers H L Rann is president Fred W Hermann vice president W C Snyder and Hubert Carr treasurerAll the officers are of Manchester MEETING CLOSES Coulter Host to Group From Western Part of State COULTER Sept twenty sixth annual convention the Iowa district of the United Danisl Evangelical Lutheran church in America closed here at the Naz areth Lutheran church Sunday eve ning Sessions started Thursdaj with 28 lay delegates and 23 pas tors in attendance Many other visi tors also attended The Iowa district now comprise 42 congregations the majority o which are located in the wester half of the state Six congregation of the district are in southeaster South Dakota The total lay mem bership of these congregations 8427 and served by 21 pastors The Rev M G Christensen o Harlan 13 chairman of the distnc The Rev H L Jensen of Kimball ton is secretary and J J Norgaar of Harlan is treasurer Coulter t in Franklin county Womans Club at Algona to Open Season Sept 11 ALGONA Sept Algona Womans club will open the season with a dinner and program Sept 11 at at the Country club Each member has the privilege of bringing a guest An out of town speaker has been engaged Montana Winter Starts Snow Falls and Mercury Goes to Below Zerc HELENA Mont Sept 1 A minimum temperature of two de greea below zero recorded at Cu Bank marked the fading out August in Montana A light sno1 fell in the vicinity of Helena wher a temperature 39 degrees was recorded Whole Nation Calls Halt in Industrial Activities to Pay Tribute to Labor Captain Coste Takes Off oh Trans Atlantic Flight LIGHT RAIN NOT TO CUBAN FLYERS WIDOWWILLNOT EAT UNTIL FREED s Charged With Trying to Sell Secret Key of Air Corps JAVANA Cuba Sept 1 Vowing hunger until she is re eased Senora Martha Lane Morlote American widow of a Cuban air fffcer languished today in a prisoi ell at Mnrianao while charges of spionageagainst her were investi ated Senora Morlote was arrested Sat rday to be held for 72 hours The harge against her stated speci ically that she had entered into gotiations with secret agents of Colombia S A and the United tates to sell the secret key of the uban army air corps code Pliinnqd Trip At the time of her arrest by uban array officers she was ar ranging her departure aboard the stfeamship Morro Castle for New York whence she was to go to lOngmeadow Mass to see her father Roy Lane who has been seriously ill I know nothing of the charges against me she told newspaper men I have been in mourning since my husband was killed in an air plane accident July 1 and I know nothing of secret keys he miglv Turn to Inuo 12 Column Mrs Anna Kriethe of Burt Dies After Stroke of Apoplexy BURT Sept Anna Kriethe 84 an old settler of thi community died here Saturday af ter an illness of several weeks She had suffered a stroke o apoplexy Just as she was beginnin to recover and regained con sciousncsn Her children had bee summoned Funeral services have not bee announced but probably will be hel in a locpl church with burial in th Burt cemetery lent the American Federation Labor writing editorially in the American Federationist of Sep tember Labor Day the editorial says is set aside in honor of the cre ative contribution which the un known millions make to the pro gress society Barncrn Are Affected Wage earners the unnamei partners in all our manufacturing and commercial undertakings are a group that is interested in tlie problems of production and af fected by the decisions of man agement We are affected by the prosperity or depression of busi ness While we are a distinct group in industry and society are not a group in conflict with all others We suffer andother groups suf fer when our interests are neg lected and we fail to keep pace with the progress of society We do not seek to impose another regime up on industry but to organize a rep resentative system so that we shall not be excluded from a voice in the existing order and a share in the wealth we help create Since production is a collective undertak ing to which we are we believe there are equally good reasons why collective judgment iould be the basis for the rules of rork and compensation Ash No Favors Thru cftr unions not only do we ope to become contributing part ers in industry but to become sol ent dependent consumers on vhom business can rely and a pow r for social progress We do not ask favors or special privileges but qual opportunity to work and mako progress We have made progress Our higli principle has imbedded itseU more firmly in our economic prac ices by the stability it has shown during the depression experience of he past year Cooperation be ween management and union has Turn to Pose II Column Cities of Iowa Honor Workers Turner Speaks DES MOINES Sept 1 Iowa today called a temporary halt to industrial activities while it paid tribute to the laboring man Business houses banks and factor ites generally closed for the day as the state observed Labor day more unanimously than in several years Many cities staged their first general Labor day celebrations In years speeches by widely known lowans sporting events of various INTERFERE WITH PROGRAM Officers Holding Out Hope for Clear Skies An account of Gcorgo Iaw sons address will be fonml on the first page of the second sec tion of this edition WITH the handicap of overcast skies and intermittent rain showers the twentyfourth annual North Iowa fair opened Monday with one of the most attractive pro Holil Joint Meeting CLARION Sept Lincol Ladies Union and LincolnGait W C T U held a joint meeting Fri day afternoon at the home of Mrs Mary Ann Boyington in Lincol township honoring her birthday J kinds picnics and fairs holding an place on the days pro gram Turner Is Speaker I Under supervision of a special committee of interested citizens and labor organization representatives Ottumwa was prepared for the first Labor day celebration of conse quence In many years Dan W Turner republican candidate for governor and W H Rodgers at Washington for a number of years a welJ known labor leader In Iowa and now connected with the con ciliation division of the United States department of labor were the scheduled speakers Rodgers is a formerly Ottumwa resident The Ottumwa celebration held in heighten park was opened early his morning the program being filled with activities until late to night A baseball game horseshoe pitching contests and a variety of other entertainment were on the program Bonno Celebrates Leonard Simmer state represen tative from Wapello county who is directing head of the affair pre dicted that thousands of persona would join in the celebration The United Mine Workers had elaborate plans for a celebration at Madrid Senator L H Doran of Boone Milo Reno president of the Iowa Farmers Union and John P White former president of the Uni ted Mine Workers Union were speakers At Boone a celebration of music and oratory was sponsored by the Turn lo THRO 12 Column 8 MORE GUNS IN LINGLE PROBE Hunt for Slayers of Zuta and Lingle More Intense CHICAGO Sept 1 guns had appeared today to Inten sify the hunt for the men who killed Jake Lingle Tribune reporter and Jack Zuta leader of gangsters Ownership of 30 revolvers has been traced by investigators for the coroners office to one H A Dar ling who police believe actually is Hatold A Penman former price man whose name has been con nected with several liquor scandals One of the revolvers raced to Darling was used in an unsuccessful attempt to assasinate Zuta a short time before he actually was killed One of the police theories in the Lingle murder is that he was slain at Zutas order after making ex orbitant protection money de mands upon the MoranAielo gang in which Zuta was a power Police now think that the same gunmen who slew Lingle were responsible for the slaying of Zuta MONDAY NIGHT 30 p by the Mason City Municipal band Open ing program of rodeo Five acts of vaudeville Marsh Sis ters Sunshine the Four Ea tons the Three Allisons Bar gerMiller trio and Joe Mel and company TUESDAY a grains E S Dyaa Judging vegetables Judging1 fruits and flowers C V Holsinger Judging girls club booths Mrs KdJth Barker Judgingtextiles and pantry stores Herbert Harmison Judging poultry W H Lapp Judging Hoi steins Floyd Harmison Judginghorses A B Caine Judgingr Shorthorns and An gus A B Caine Judging hogs P S Slienrer in the following order Polands Durocs Spotted Polands Chester Whites Hampshires Tamworths and continuing until thru p by Mason City Municipal band Five acts of vaudeville Complete rodeo program p by Mason City Municipal band Five acts of vaudeville Hodeo pro gram TWO ARE KILLED OVER WEEKEND 9 Are Injured 3 Seriously in Accidents in Iowa By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Weekend accidents in Iowa tool a toll of two lives and caused in juries to nine others three of them serious Cammillius Hood 20 Livermore was killed early Sunday when his automobile left the road His com panion John Callahan 23 was in a grave condition in a Fort Dodge hospital this morning Two persons Betty Johnson 21 and a woman whose name was giv en police as Mrs Scheffner 39 were injured in traffic mishaps in Des Moines Sunday Gordon D MacDonald 77 of Scranton died late Saturday night at Des Moines where he was struck by u car driven by John Fich of Des Moines Six were injured two seriously when two automobiles collided on a narrow bridge near Goldfield Sun day Mr and Mrs Nels Smed ot Fairmont Minn suffered a prob shoulder respectively when their car collided with another driv en by Ed Galloway of Des Moines Marie Smed who was driv ing the Minnesota car and Mr and Airs Cnllowny were less seriously injured The injured were taken to an Eagle Grove hospital Mrs Smed being later removed to a Fort Dodge hospital where this morning her condition was regarded as criti co rams of the week on the card for he opening day This included auto mobile races rodeo several actsof vaudeville and a labor day address y George W Lawson secretary of he Minnesota Federation of Labor After watchful waiting thniout the morning hours when hopes rose and fell with the occasional periods of rain and sunshine Fred G Mitch ell announced that the automobile races would go on if there was no further rain Considered Change In event of rain of such amount that it would make the track too heavy for the automobiles it was planned to stage the opening per formance of the rodeo in the after noon instead of in the evening Mr Mitchell held consultations with the rodeo managers who stated they Turn to 1nKO 12 Column IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy imd much cool er Monday night preceded ty thundcrslioivers in nnst portion Tuesday mostly far cooler In extreme cast portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 94 Minimum in Night G5 At 8 A M Monday 65 Hainfull 07 of nn Inch Figures Tor like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday 89 Minimum in Night OS Sundays maximum was the high est recorded in Mason City since the afternoon of Aug 8 when H likn temperature was listed An inter mittent rain held the boards in the early morning Monday but the sun had returned to control in the inrly forenoon and a satisfactory open ing day for the fair seemed likely If not assured   

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