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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home E R HiSMCM ART IOWA NES 1A IHAI MAKES ALL NOltiH 1OWANS NUUiUUOKS HOME VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCT 11 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 315 OPENING INSTALLMENT IT WAI UKKEIT STORY BY JOHN HAWK 19S3 T3O RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSN tNC CHAPTER 1 A LADY to see you sir Robin Smith looked incredulously at the elderly housemaid standingan the doorway of his small room He was a young man of about twentyseven tall and slender with pale face light gray eyes and sandy hair which looked gray and blended with the pallor of his face His strongest feature was his nose which was aquiline and firm yet sensitive as a poets nose should be For Robin Smith was not only a poet but a good poet whose star was only just beginning to rise in a world slow to acclaim followers of the Muses It was surely not extraordinary that a lady should call on a young poet Yet Robin Smith diet look incredulous It was quite obvious that he was not used to having lady callers and of all times early in the morning He stared at the housemaid who seemed to share his astonish ment and finally said Not a lady Yes sir A real lady sir she affirmed And she said Mr Robin Smith1 Couldnlt be any mistake about it sir She came in a car all swankylike sir Robin Smith rose impetuously from his chair and hurried to the window which looked out on Meckleuburgh Square With its noble old trees now in the full bloom of June it was one of the survivals of old London at its best He loved the square with its handsome Regency houses which had seen better days and for him the whole neighborhood had the pleasurable associations of a recent historical past There just beyond the trees invisible because of the foliage was the squat stately structure of the Foundling Home with its fineHogarths in whose chapel the composer Handel gave the first rendering of a new composi tion and where from time immemorial children have sung Christmas carols to the delight of visitors from far and wide And just around the corner in Doughty street Charles Dicirens had lived and worked But it was not the square that in terested the poet at this moment Indeed he looked straight down and saw a long luxurious car a Rolls Royce surely he said to himself At the wheel he discerned the seated motionless figure of just such a wellgroomed chauffeur as befitted the dignity of such a car But all he could see of its owner was the rim of a bat a filmy shadowy cre ation more than half hidden within the open broad doorway of the house Heavens Could it really be for me he murmured But this he realized was no time Ifor reflection It was rude to keep lady and such a lady waiting first impulse then was to run Vdown and indeed he was already on the landing when he suddenly paused and reconsidered A hard expression came into his gentle eyes as he turned to the maid and said Youth INDIANA MAN IS ask the lady to1 come up Marys turn to hesitate plainly can you ask a lady who has come in such a car up three flights of stairs and into such a room As if reading her thots he turned onthe servant with unaccustomed brusqueness Do as I say Mary Ask the lady to come up here Shellcome if she really wants to see me Mary gave Robin Smith a look as if she thot him out of his mind and obediently ran down stairs to impart the poets message As for Robin Smith he seated himself in one of his two chairs and with enigmatic satisfaction while awaiting his visitor It was nice for a change having lady vis itors come to seek him instead of running after them as he had been doing in the past After all he was getting more into the limelight as one of Englands really good poets and there was no reason at all vyhy elegant ladieswith plenty of time on their hands shouldnt seek him out No reason at all His eyes shone with a naive pride He might have been one of the great princes of commerce with men and women at his beck and call instead of a poor poet who with the help of art patrons managed to eke out a bare living Ho he thot as he turned tc a manuscript and pretended to reac It it made a fine sound to hear the music of dainty feminine footfalls up the stairs coming toward him and for him it was a delicious sen sation to take in the ascending faint aroma of a delicate perfume It was an idea for a poem Yes ag soon as the lady left he would certainly write a poem about it And because Turn to Pago 5 Column INVENTOR WEDS FILM ACTRESS ive Quietly Apart Awaiting Issuance of Divorce Decree LOS ANGELES Oct 11 Carried quietly at Tijuana Lower California Oct 3 Dr Lee De For ist noted radio inventor and his iride Marie Mosquini film actress vere living apart in their Holly vood homes today pending the issu ance of a final decree of a New York divorce obtained by the first Mra De Forest The enforced separation of the ouple is requited by California law under adpcisibn In1 ate Rudolph Valentino who mar ried Natacha Rambova in Mexico efore a divorce from his first wife Tean Acker became final Like Valentino who temporarily separ ated from Miss Rambova De Forest s immune to prosecution as long as he and Miss Mosquini live apart while the first Mrs De Forests inal decree is pending Miss Mosquini is living with her mother Dr De Forest who has een living at a hotel and apart ment could not be reached yester day While her newly wedded husband successfully sought seclusion Miss Mosquini talked freely of her ro inco He is the dearest man in the vorld she said and it was love at first sight I met Mr De Forest at the wedding of Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon last June AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I would o stopped if hed spoke polite but I dont want no impudent squirt blowin a sassy whistle at me if he is a policeman Dr W P Dearing Says Opportunity for Youth Still Present 1 young peoples section of the Iowa Baptist convention held Suit Filed by Stockholders of PanAmerican Oil Company LOS ANGELES Oct 11 suit for an accounting charging Ed ward L Doheny multimillionaire oil operator and the Riclifield Oil com pany with conspiring to defraud certain stockholders of the PanAm erican Western Petroleum company was on file in federal court here to day John C Blythe of St Louis who said he represented all class B stockholders in PanAmerican west ern filed the suit yesterday He charged sold a controlling interest in the company to Richfield for a wholly inadequate and uncon scionable sum because of a fear that the government would be vic torious in an oil lease cancellation suit affecting the PanAmerican company The cancellation suit now is under consideration in federal court here The oil lease accusations of the Harding administration were re called by the suit in a demand an accounting of the expenditure made by PanAmerican because of the alleged conspiracy and wrong ful acts between Doheny and for mer secretary of the interior Al bert B Fall the center of the stage Saturday when their phase of the weeks pro gram was given at the First Baptist church The chief addresses were given by Dr W P Dearing presi dent of the Oakland City Ind col lege who talked on Heritage of American Youth and Dr Howard Vernon pastor of the Judson Mem orial church Minneapolis The convention of all the Baptist groups will come to a close Sunday when the outstanding numbers will be two addresses by Dr J C Rob bins of New York nationally pro minent minister who will speak at the First Baptist church at 11 oclock in the morning as well as at oclock in the evening The eve ning meetingis especially open to the public the Rev Jewel L Pickett pastor of the local church declared 200 Registered The number registered for the young peoples phase of the conven tion was near the 200 mark Sat urday afternoon A large attend ance was expected for the banquet Saturday evening Bearing told his liateijerg that is some tendency rin youth of today to feel that opportunities are not as plentiful today as they have been in the past He denied this be lief and stated that there is just as much opportunity in the world to ilay as there ever was The oppor tunity comes however to those who merit it and who have prepared themselves spiritually mentally and physically to accept it Education Is Uplifting Charges that education is ruining the youth of the land were flouted by Dr Dearing with the statement that often the parents themselves were to blame if their children de rived no good from education Parents often are heard making the statement I dont want my son to work like I have had to work so I am giving him an education They bring up their children with the thot in mind to get out of work thru an education This is foolish Dr Dearing said The purpose of education is not to get people out of doing work It is the process of preparing the man or woman to work more effi ciently Parents who try to keep their children away from hard knocks are doing them wrong Dr Dearing affirmed The man who never has any burdens or obstacles to over come never achieves greatness he said He stated that these things are factors in the life of ajl great persons A special musical feature of the opening session was a cornet duet The Swiss Boy played by Sterl ing Prusia and Howard Schweer The boys were called back for an encore They were accompanied at the piano by Miss Mabel Joy Prusia G B Sheman Cedar Rapids new president of the Baptist Young Peoples association for Iowa was presented at the opening session and made a short informal speech in greeting the delegates from the various churches Dr Vernons address was based on an expression of Ralph Waldo Emerson that Times of heroism are times of terror Courage is one of our bigneeds the speaker declared All of us have our dominating fears Every life in the world has something it is afraid of Some are afraid of being Hoover Plans to See NavyPrinceton Game WASHINGTON Oct 11 President Hoover has tentatively accepted an invitation to attend the NavyPrinceton football game at Princeton on Oct 25 aptist Speakers CANADIAN FLYERS COMPLETE OCEAN HOP Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct Coolidge said Friday Some are supporting candi dates because they are good fellows It is vain to elect office seekers who smile You cant run the government on entertainment Thems harsh words Calvin Evidently Mr Coolidge knows of some democrats who are run ning against some sad republi cans and this is his sly way of asking you to vote for a sad faced republican For any man that can smile nowadays must be a democrat or a halfwit or perhaps both Being serious or being a good fellow has got nothing to do with running this country If the breaks are with you you could be a laughing hyena and still have a great administration Yours WILL ROGERS Capt 7 ISrrol Itoyd right pilot ami Lieut Hurry Connor left navigator in their plane Iho Columbia completed their flight from Harbor Grace Newfoundland to Croyilon Saturday The Columbia shown above was used by Clarence Chamlicrlin and Charles Levine on their trunsAUuntic flight to Ger many 1st 2nd 3rd 4th tfinal Centenary Iowa Navy Notre Dame Stanford Minnesota IOWA CITY Oct in 10 plays before the first period was well underway the University of Iowa took a G0 lead over Centen ary college today in its second inter sectional football clash of the sea son The game was played in tem peratures well into the 80s Successive end runs line bucks a pass Leo Jensvold to Mastro gany ana an offside penalty for Centenary brot the ball to the yard line where Sansen plowed over for the touchdown Leo Jensvolds try for the extra point was short 8ATIRDAV KVENING OCT 11 Sponsored liy Maflon City D V F U sDr Joseph C Rohhtns CHy B Y P U 3UNOAV MORNING OCT 12 Mnrinn Cnuinday rresldlnp Simons or Lire Service Dr Howard Vcrnon for public by Dr Robblns found out Others fear financial Cailure or physical collapse One of the prevalent fears of youth is that of being laughed at of being in the minority or of standing alone The tool of discouragement Is most vigorously applied by the devil The first step in the devclop Tum to Iago 5 Column FIRST PERIOD Northwestern 7 Ohio State 0 Chicago 0 Wisconsin 0 Oklahoma 7 Nebraska 0 Brown 0 Princeton 0 Bowdoin 7 Williams 0 Columbia 28 Wesley an 0 Syracuse 0 Rutgers 0 Lowell Textile 0 New Hampshire 0 New York U G Villanova 0 Colgate 20 Lafayette 0 Coe 0 Iowa State Teachers 0 SECOND PERIOD Yale 7 Georgia 0 Carnegie Tech 19 Georgia Tech 0 Army 25 Swarfmoro 0 Harvard 14 Springfield 0 Pennsylvania 7 Virginia 0 THIRD PERIOD Michigan 14 Purdue 33 FINAL Cedarville 6 Urliana Junior college 6 Michigan B 10 Indiana B 7 Michigan State Normal S3 Detroit City college 0 Capture Alleged Bandits at Roadhouse After Gun Battle WEYAUWEGA Wis Oct 11 UP a running gun battle police ast night arrested three men as sus ects in the robbery of a bank at Dconto Falls The men were cap tured while trying to hold up a roadhouse of Hoopersville A quantity of ammunition guns and a car said by the officers to be stolen were taken The men were jailed at Waupaca Deputy Chester McCarthy walked in on the men while they were hold ing up the barkeeper and customers at the resort He disarmed them after several shots had been fired They were driving a coupe with Wisconsin license plates two sets of Minnesota plates numbered B83691 and BS1237 were found in the back of the machine Pitcher Grimes Sued for Divorce by Wife CANTON Ohio Oct 11 Burleigh Grimes pitching ace for the St Louis Cardinals was named defendant in a divorce suit filed in common pleas court here today by Florence Ruth Grimes of Minerva Mrs Grimes charged her husband was cruel and displayed no affec tion She also charged that he re ceived endearing and passionate letters from otherwomen Temperature Stays Up Showers Are Predictec DBS MOINES Oct 11 seasonably high temperatures con tinued in Iowa today nltho the weather bureau predicted the possi bility of showers Sunday The temperature Friday aver aged 20 degrees above normal with Davenport Sioux City and Council Bluffs high at 88 degrees Daven port and Dubuque icgistered 8i degrees and Keokuk 84 Heart Claims Dela ware Man Recent Candi date for Senate WILMINGTON Del Oct 1 Josiah Marvel democratic nationa committeeman from Delaware and president of the American Bar as sociation died suddenly of a heart attack at his home near here early today Mr Marvel who was G4 died a short time after the arrival of a physician at his home Nantocoko Greenville His death came as a dis tinct shock to his family and friends Active in the democratic partys state and national affairs for years Mr Marvel was defeated for the nomination as United States senator by Thomas F Bayard at the demo cratic state convention on Sept 10 last Mr Marvel was backed by the drys while Mr Bayard ran as a pronounced wet A long and distinguished career in the legal profession was climaxed on Aug 22 of this year when Mr Marvel was elected unanimously president of the American Bar as sociation at its convention in Chi cago He succeeded Henry Upson Sims of Birmingham Ala COLUMBIA ENDS VOYAGE ACROSS ATLANTIC OCEAN Boyd and Connor Com plete Second Crossing in Plane pROYDON England Oct 11 J Errol Boyd Cana dian and Lieutenant Harry Connor American flew into Croyden and set the veteran monoplane Columbia down on the London airfield at p m today a m Iowa time and thereby completed the second transAtlantic voyage of the famed ship in which Clarence Chamberlin and Charles A Levine traversed the sea three years ago Their voyage the first successful Canadian crossing was marred only by one incident the breaking of a fuel line which forced the plans down yesterday evening upon tiny Tresco island in the Scilly group off Lands End The flyers took ing again from Tresco at p m a m C S T and made he trip to Croydon without ind ent Levine First to Greet Charles A Levine passenger on he Columbias maiden voyage now pilot himself was first to greet he two daring hirdmen who fol owed his path across the uncharted Vtlantic There were thousands of persons on the field as the Colum la hove in sight among them a number of Americana The Columbia took from Har bor Grace N F Thursday at Markets at a Glance NEW YORK leaders resume slow decline prime rails firm market saga under realizing CHICAGO bearish govern ment report and weakness Winni peg bearish government crop estimate and fine weather southwest Iowa Pilot and His Aviation Pupil Killed Taking Lesson NEVADA Oct 11 in vestigation was anticipated today into the airplane crash yesterday that killed Roy Pond 21 Nevada and his aviation pupil Earl Gray 35 Fairmont Minn An explanation of the crash was lacking altho Ponds parents were standing less than 30 feet from the spot where the plane fell from a height of 100 feet Pond lived 20 minutes after being taken to the Iowa sanitorium in Nevada Pond a licensed pilot had been employed by Gray since April in Fairmont Gray a Fairmont busi nessman did not have a pilots li cense but had flown to Boone Fri day morning to take a physical ex amination preparatory to applica tion for one The two had visited briefly at Ponds home and then took off al 1 oclock The plane clffcled over the Pond home with Ponds parents and sister Leota and Ray Ander son a Nevada salesman watching them It was believed that Gray froze to the controls the plane crashing just a few feet from the group watching them Pond was not mar ried Gray was the father of severa children Victories Over Federals Give Insurgents New Strongholds BULLETIN WASHINGTON Oct 41 tT cruiser Pensacohi has been ordered to Guanbinamo anil will stand by there to pro ceed later to Brazilian waters if it is necessary to take off American citizens as a result of the revolution in that country Uruguay Oct 11 of Brazilian revolu tionary forces today drew the net of insurrection tighter about the cities of Rio De Janeiro and Sao Paulo Fall of Joinville and San Fran cisco state of Santa Catharina to a rebel force headed by Captain Caldas Braga has isolated Florian opolis or Desterro sole federal stronghold south of Parana and has made the position of its garrison precarious Between Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro a small insurgent force is said to be operating out of Lorena where the railroad line from the capital city to Sao Paula has been cut Revolutionary quarters Insist that they have interrupted all com munication between the two cities Get Railroad Point Another rebel force advanced to ward Ciudad Campos railway junc tion of 175000 population which if captured will interrupt communi cation between the capitaland the states of Espirito Santo and Bahia There were only two apparent points of government progress both in the state of Minas Geraes Fed eral forces Thursday it is learned occupied Barbacenas railway pomt about 80 miles from Bello Hori zonte capital of the state Sao Paulista troops advancing from just north of the far southern cbr ner of Minaa Geraes captured the town of Oura Fino and proceeded toward Itajuba Strike Decisive Blow Federal dispatches from Sao Paulo said federal airplanes had bombed Jaguariahyva just north of Castro and junction point for Thomazina and Jacarezinho and stated the belief that rebel forcer had withdrawn since the planes saw only small bands of them In capture of Joinville the rebels appeared here to have struck one of Tpm to InRo 5 Column Coast to Coast Flyers Resume Race to Coasl KINGMAN Ariz Oct 11 Laura Ingalla St Louis aviatrix and Robert Buck 16 resuming their race to set new jvestcast transcon tinental flight records left King man today for Albuquerque N Mex They said they probably would stop at Winslow Ariz if weather condi tions were bad and down Balked but undefeated at about a m on the tiny islet Thus she completed her ocean hop in 24 hours and 10 minutes The journey from Tresco to Croyden to day was made in two hours 53 minutes Encounter Hurricane Landingat Tresco the aviators last eveninginformed Major A A DorrienSmitli governor of the Scilly islands that they had encoun tered a hurricane over the Atlantic and had flown the latter part of their trip from the region of Fast net extreme southern tip of Ireland to Tresco thru a dense fog They md discovered only few minutes Before that their fuel supply had jeen cut off by a stoppage in the ipe line They decided instantly to seek a landing place and sighted Tresco which is one of the sen vard of the Scilly group Captain Boyd said that shortly ifter taking off from Harbor Graco hey had fair goingbut five hours afterward they ran into head winds It became dark with rain squalls the pilot said and then clouds formed a low ceiling We Turn to Paso fi Column IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair and continued mild followed by showers In the extreme west portion Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy possibly showera and slightly cooler in the west portion LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar company weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Highest Friday 85 Lowest In Night 5i At 8 A M Saturday 62 After being in the southeast for two days the wind had switched to the south Saturday Another balmy day appeared in the offing perhaps not quite as warm as Friday WEEKS FORECAST For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri during first part of week and again near end mild temperature begin ning of week rather cool latter half Forthe northern and central great plains Showers beginning of week and again near end cooler Monday or Tuesday rising tempera tures near end of week   

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