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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ILY PAI Edited for the Home VOWH H AH L0 R HIS THE NKWSPAPKK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OVVANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 286 Delay Dae to Arizona Project Cannot Be Finished Without More Funds This Is the second of a series of articles on Boulder Dam By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON CPA Many folk who are un f a m i H a r with congress ways cannot under 3 t and why the countrys 1 a w makers having authorized Boul der darna con struct ion the government does cot go ahead and construct it The truth Is that when con gress authorizes one of the gov 55 ernment depart ments lika that of the navy or interior to proceed some big undertaking such as laying down the keel of a battleship or building the largest dam In the world it has quite a habit of add ing Now wait until you get the money to start work with This happened in the case of Boulder dam Tho dam is authorized but the necessary 5165000000 to build it has not yet been appropriated All that the interior department has actually available is a little fund of for a few preli Tnm to 2 Column MAN HURT IN FALL 12 FEET Hurt While Work ing on House Reported to Be Improving red Tietgen 416 Carolina aye southeast ed Saturday afternoon when he fell about 12 feet from a scaffold on which he was working His condition is not considered seriouH by physicians and It is expected he will be able to leave the hospital soon Mr Tietgen who is a carpenter by trade was wdrkfng at his home when he fell He was reshingling the roof of the house When he stepped too far to one side of the scaffolding he fell landing on his side He suffered a broken left wrist and his left ankle was sprained He received minor bruises on his chest Brazil Senorita Is Beauty Winner U S Entry in 3rd Place RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Sept 8 title of Miss Universe was conferred today upon Senorita Hollanda Perelra representative of Brazil in the International beauty contest Second place went equally to Fer nanda Goncales of Portugal and Alice Diplorackou of Greece Miss Beatrice Lee who was Miss Uni ted States was accorded thin place of 27 I Countries Study Plans GENEVA Sept 8 tativea of 27 European nations went into private conference here this afternoon to study Aristide Briands plan for a political and economic federation in Europe i J1 iW AUNT MET By Robert Quilteh LONG APPEARS Spread of Typhus Reported in Santo Domingo AIRPLANE ONLY TRAVEL MODE IN STRICKEN AREA Flood Rains Follow Upon Hurricane Relief Difficult DORT AU PRINCE Haiti Sept 8 of the serious spread of typhus in Santo Domingo today caused Haitian government officials to consider closing the frontier between Haiti and the Do minican republic Heavy rains lasting more than 24 hours have seriously swol len the Ozama river and made travel thru the hurricane zone in the interior of Santo Domingo all but impossible today The Ozamas flow has increased to 15 miles an hour effectually preventing boats from entering its mouth Airplanes today fprmed virtually the only mode of travel into the area where last week about 4000 persons lost their lives and far more than that number received in juries Relief work went forward today as energetically as possible under such circumstances population pathetically watched the arrival of each plane at the Santo Domingo field hailing each as angels of mercy alighting from the sky amid a scene of great misery Aviation reconnaissance has shown that the hurricane after razing Santo Domingo City travel ed northwest destroying everything in its path in an area 25 to 40 miles wide for a distance of about 50 miles When the hurricane hit the side of the mountains rising almost per pendicularly in its path the storm actually skinned the south slope of the mountain range there and hurtled into the air touching only the high points in the succeeding ranges upon its course to the sea The area of the Santiago Vega and Boga valleys which are the productive part of the country were spared To Hear Petitions DES KOINES Sept 8 public service companies will be heard by the state board of railroad commissioners Sept 22 on their ap plications for extending their trans mission lines You can tell when you have reached the wild and wooly west Nobody in a dinner jacket sticks a gun against your Stato Journal Will Rogers CAMP RICHARDSON Cal Sept in case Mr Gool idge and all the other column ists are short something t o i c o m m e nt on try tha Argen tines new p residents name U r a Burro We are be l ginning to find lout what those South American republics do with their one battleship each They use it for their presidents to escape on We are up among this Nevada divorce colony for picture pur poses only An old lady 87 years old came on the set to watch us shoot She was serving time here She told me Lifes too short to let one man ruin it I am going to get my freedom and have some fun And she was asking for the custody of four minor children Yours WILL ROGERS INJURED IN COLLISION OF TRAIN AND AUTO Condition of Ulin Thot Not to Be Critical Felix Leaves Hospital HAROLD ULIN 1225 President avenue northwest and Richard Felix 316 Pennsylvania avenue northeast were injured early Sun day morning when the car in which they were riding crashed into the sido of a Chicago Northwestern freight train Both men were taken to Mercy hospital for treatment Mr Ulin motion picture opera tor at the Cecil theater was the most seriously injured of tho two He suffered cuts on his body and his back was injured It is thot by phy sicians that his condition is not cri tical He will probably be confined to the hospital for some time for treatment Felix Leaves for Gait Mr Felix who is a ticket taker at tho Palaca theater was able to Turn to Tngo 2 Column Dr W J Egloff Dies in Chicago Hospital Physician Succumbs After Long Illness Deacon Jones is a great Jbeliever in love an forgive jjness unless his wife or kids idoes somethin he thinks jthey need beatin for Dr William J Egloff 67 resi dent of North Iowa thruout his life and a practicing physician in this community for about 44years died in the St Lukes hospital at Chicago Monday morning according to a telegram received at the Story hos pital here from his son Max Egloff Dr Egloff has been 111 the past year but had showed marked im provement the past months up to a few days ago He had been spend ing the summer at his summer home Comfort cottage near Park Rapids Minn When he was taken to Chicago was not learned in the meager news that came by tele graph It Is believed by friends however that his condition got worse a few days ago necessitating Immediate hospital service The body will be brot to Mason City for burial and will arrive Wed nesday at 1 oclock Arrangements for the funeral have not been com DR W J EGLOFF pleted Dr Egloff was born in Cedar Falls but came to Mason City with his parents at the age of 8 years Here he attended school and work ed at odd jobs one of them being in the local postofflce His preliminary education was gained in the public schools of Maaon City after which he attended the medical school at Northwestern university Chicago and was graduated from that insti tution when he was 24 years old He immediately began practice in Mason City and had continued this until he became ill about a year ago In the course of his prac tice he attended numerous pos graduate courses in surgery ant medicine at various universities and had come to bo recognized as one of the outstanding surgeons of North Iowa Dr Egloff was a member of the Congregational church and the Ro tary club He was a fellow of the American College of Surgeons an organization composed of the notec surgeons of the country Dr Egloff is survived by Mrs Egloff and three children Max William and Martha 3000 PERSONS GATHER TO HEAR W TURNER Candidate for Governor Speaks at St Ansgar Meeting CT ANSGAR Sept W J Turner candidate for the gov ernorship of Iowa on the republican icket at the November election was the main speaker at a community meeting here Sunday afternoon which followed the final concert of he St Ansgar Municipal band un der the direction of H B Keeler Mason City Mr Turner made slight reference to the coming political campaign and made the moral obligation of the average citizen to take an inter est in the government the main theme of his address The talk was heard by about 3000 persons who were attracted to the meeting from all parts of Mitchell county Traces Development Mr Turner touched upon the part which religion and moral issues play in good citizenship and good government and again emphasized the need for a more wholehearted interest in governmental affairs by the rank and file of the United States population He traced the development of the principles of liberty in the world with special emphasisto the influ ence these principles have exercfsec in the growth of the United States government Taxation which has been the main theme of Mr Tur ners campaign was mentioned only in an incidental way as one of the factors in the development the government Gundcrson Speaks He stated that Iowas taxation system was hopelessly out of date and that a system was needed whereby a more equitable distribu tion of the tax burden could be made A thoro Investigation of Iowas taxation problem should be made he inferred The crowd completely filled the available space in the city park in St Ansgar State Senator O E Gun derson Forest City also was a speaker on the program HARM DONE BY STORM Corn Is Slashed to Ribbons Over Strip 36 Miles in Length LE MARS Sept 8 hundred farms were reported today to have felt the effect of a hail storm which caused damage esti mated by insurance adjusters at 5500000 to corn alone in Plymouth county The storm slashed corn to ribbons over a strip 36 miles long Great damage was said also to have been caused to other property by the storm which raged for sev eral hours Sunday afternoon and night Broken telephone and tele graph lines made a complete check of the damage difficult Two hundred of the 500 farms were aaid by the adjusters to have been so severely hit that their corn crops were a total loss On several of these the hall was reported to have been blown into high drafts by a high wind 4000 DEAD MANY HOMELESS IN SANTO DOMINGO Four thousand persons lire estimated lead and thousands are homeless as a result of tlie hurricane that devastated Santo Domingo This Associated Press telephoto shows n typical street scene atter tho storm FARMERS DAY HELD IN CALMAR Local Men Provide Enter tainment at Lions Club Project CALMAR Sept Calmar farmers day program sponsored here by farmers and the Calmar Lions club was attended by a large crowd Music for the day was furnished by the Rusty Hinge quartet M son City the Calmar kids band and the Calmar concert band One of the features of the afternoon was the ball game between Calmar and Ft Atkinson Calmars nine was the winner by a score of 10 to 4 FROZEN NORTH GIVES UP BODY Man Found Is Thot to Be Member of Andrees Party STOCKHOLM Sept 8 frozen northern wastes of White island or Hvitvoen have given up another body presumably that of the third member of the Andree balloon expedition of 1897 A party of journalists aboard the sealing vessel Isbjoern excited at discoveries of the crew of the Brat vaag on the island and hurrying there themselves managed to land there Saturday and seek out relics of the illfated expedition which Dr Gunnar Horn and his associates left behind The skeleton found was presumed to be that of Knut Frankei third member of the Andree group who it generally had been believed died enroute to White island from the spot where theballoon in which they wished to cross the North pole came down The crew of the Brat vaag found only two bodies In addition to the third skeleton the Isbjoern party found a number of other things left by the Andree exepedition of 33 years ago includ ing scientific Instruments weapons pieces of the basket below the Andree balloon and Frankels note books They said the camp was in excellent order They believed the explorers died from a sudden ca tastrophe such as a blizzard Advices of discovery of the third body probably will lead to postpone ment of the memorial service planned for the three until it is known for certain that the body is that of Frankel The Swedish war ship Svenskund will await at Tromsoe for the Isbjoern which must travel slowly because of motor trouble Nine Pound Boy Is Born to Princess BRUSSELS Sept 8 rejoiced today in the birth of a new prince of the blood and heir in the direct male line to the throne Princess Astrid of Sweden wife of Crown Prince Leopold bearing her second child yesterday gave the country a ninepound boy The new comer waa baptized Sunday night with the name Badouln Albert Axe Marie Gustave The preliminary baptismal service will be followed by a formal cere mony within a month nt which King Albert will act as godfather The first child of the royal pair born in 1927 Is Princess Josephine Char lotta Bakers Arrest Follows f in Clinic Feud Institute Owner for Search Without Warrant MUSCATINE Sept 8 arrests last night stood as compli cation today in the affairs of Nor man Baker and a former colleague Harry M Hoxsey as the state of Iowa prepared to open its suit to enjoin them and three others from practicing metjicine at the Baker institute without licenses The first arrest was Instigated by Baker operator of the cancer In stitute against Hoxsey until Sat urday a worker in the clinic Baker charged his erstwhile employe with conspiracy alleging that Hoxsey had obtained from Ann Roseberg until yesterday afternoon a secre tary in the institute the records of the Institution Hoxsey was releas ed on bonds no charges be ing filed against Miss Roseberg Hoxseys hearing was set for Sept 19 Following close upon the initial arrest was the second of Baker whom Irvin Hillyer Miss Rose bergs landlord charged with the illegal entry of a dwelling in the night time with intent to commit a public offense Codefendant with Baker was Patrolman C L Laffler who Hillyer charged accompanied Baker to Miss Rosebergs room in search of the records that Hoxsey confessed to having Bond for Baker and Laffler was set at 1000 each Markets at a Glance SEPT 8 Associated Press NEW YORK Stocks irregular Auburn auto soars on squeeze of shorts Bonds firm Argentine east on light offerings Curb firm numerous specialties show strength Foreign exchanges irregular Sterling strong Sugar quiet and steady Coffee higher trade buying Butter unsettled CHICAGO Wheat easy Increased supply and larger Russian ings Corn easy larger country offer ings Cattle steady Hogs steady to strong visible offer Indiana Bank Is Rnbbfld LAFAYETTE Ind Sept 8 The First National bank of Boswell was held up and robbed of approxi mately 8800 by three young bandits today The trio escaped in a large green sedan IOWA OFFICERS HUNT ROBBERS Iowa City Des Moines Mt Ayr Dubuque Visited on WeekEnd DES MOINES Sept 8 While police in Iowa City and Des Moines wore today searching for bandits involved in robberies ove the weekend in Iowa authoritie in Dubuque and Mount Ayr wen attempting to affix guilt for theft in their cities Saturday and Sunday Thieves entered the home of L J Peters Des Moines Saturday nigh and stole clothing costing Two robbers were in the Dubuqu jail today held in connection witl robbery late Saturday of the H J Scherr grocery The pair now he are John Adams 35 of Clevelaiu and Jacob Roberts 18 who gav no address Police today were con ducting a search for a third mem bcr of the trio Groceries and 511 in cash comprised the loot Ernest Shell and Ed Ford o Mount Ayr were being held in th county jail here in connection wit the robbery the Ford garage i Mount Ayr Sunday morning Thre dollars were taken from the cas register Officers say that shoes o the pair fit the tracks left abou the looted building In Iowa Oty Saturday night tall unmasked bandit robbed th Tilden clothing stoire of and suit after he had held B M Rick ctts at the point of a gun Thre persons in the store were unawar of the robbery The robber who lef no clews had not been apprehende this morning Charles City Barber Heart Disease Victim CHARLES CITY Sept McCauley local man was the vie tim of a sudden heart attack nea his home here last night Funera services have not been arranged Mr McCanley had been the barbe in Colwell for the past few months He is survived by his and sev eral children Garner Editor to Have Special Private Offic GARNER Sept W Polloc and sons are reconstructing th back end of the inside of the Farm crs National bank The object Is t provide a private office for W G Williams of the Garner Leader A the printing plant adjoins the ban on the east the project is entirel workable DRAMATIC PLAY S MADE ON EVE OF SENATE POLL Reporter Hits Governor on Nose for Calling Him Name ORLEANS Sept 8 Governor Huey P Long appeared t the federal court today to ans ver to a subpoena to explain why O and his associate should not iroduce in open court Samuel Irby nd James Terrell two men who have been held in seclusion since Thursday when they had planned to lie suit against tlie governor harging slander The governor was accompanied y a guard of state highway police rby was reported to be in the fecl ral maiding Governor Hit on Nose Governor Long was struck on the nose today by William Wiegand a eporter of the New Orleans Item ifter the reporter said the governor lad called him a profane name The reporter had gone into the overnors quarters in the Roose velt hotel just ahead of a United States deputy marshal who had a subpoena for the governors appear ance in federal court in connection with the disappearance of Samuel Irby and James Tenell As Weigand entered the room he said he was seized by two bodyguards of the governor Called Vilo Name He said that as he was being held the governor called him a vile name on two occasions The report er said he broke loose from the guards and struck the governor He declared the guards grabbed him again and the governor hit him twice in the face The governor threatened to have tho reporter arrested for imperson ating an officer but Robert S Maestri commissioner of conserva tion dissuaded the governor Gov ernor Long then apologized to Mr Wiegand for calling him tho name and Mr Wiegand apolgized for striking the governor The New Orleans Item has been waging a campaign against Gover nor Long who seeks nomintfon as United States senator Claims to Bo Irby Governor Long last night dra matically whisked into his hotel suite and placed before a radio microphone n man who claimed to be Sam Irby missing after he an nounced a week ago his intention of filing a slander suit against Long who opposes Senator Joseph E Ransdell In tomorrows democratic primary The man introduced to radio tenors by Governor Long read a prepared statement in which he said lie was not kidnaped from a Shreve port hotel early Thursday but slipped away with a requested guard of state policemen after he found Turn to Iairo 2 Column Mrs Mabel Wood Files Divorce Action An action for divorce has been filed In the office of the clerk for Mrs Mabel E Wood who is asking for legal separation from Edward O Wood The petition states they were married in Mason City in 1913 and that they lived together until last March The plaintiff asks di vorce on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment and asks the care and custody of their minor children IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday except shoivcrs in extreme west portion LHtlo change In temperature LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morn ing Maximum 73 Minimum in Night 52 At 8 A M Monday 00 Weather figures for 24hour period ending at 8 A MSunday Maximum 79 Minimum In Night 57 At 8 A M Sunday 80   

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