Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1931, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home n H L i 0 E R I S M 4 ART f I OF I 0v IA THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXVII CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 24 1931 THIS PAPER CONSISTS OF TWO ONE NO 215 Pageant Has Its Trouble Committee Anxious to Spare British Feelings By CHARLES P ASHINGT ON July 24 CPA frequently ioccurs when an attempt is made to hush up the facts in connec tion with some event of capital public interest Lord Cornwallls s u r r e n der to General George Washington 150 years ago next Oct 19 bids fair to be all the more talked about on ac count of the Torktown ses quitennial commissions efforts to ignore it lest it prove painful to British sensibilities Just what authority was respon sible for the sugestion that the ac tual incident of the surrender be omitted from the pageant which the commission is arranging for the anniversary date of the occurrence is not altogether clear It originally was attributed by members of the commission itself to the state department which now disavows it since the idea a re production of the surrender with the surrender deleted from the pro gram was received with very little popular enthusiasm when the plan leaked out and was published in newspapers thruout the country COMEONE suggested it anyway O and a surrenderless surrender probably would have been staged but for the vigorous opposition of Congressman Sol Bloom of Nevj York in charge of the bicentennial celebration of the birth of George Washington Representative Bloom plans York town and many other pageants in al parts of the United States next wants no such precedent as the one proposed at the scene of what he describes as thevery climax of the revolution ary struggle Aside he says from the fact that it is absolutely essential to anything in the nature of a faithful representation of the career at the father of our republic there is noth ing to what happened at Yorktown Turn to PORC 4 Column 4 HUNT FOR GIRL LOST IN WILDS Columbia U Student Planned to Go to Dance With Young Apache HOLBROOK Ariz July 24 Mountain men and Indian depart ment special Officers searched pin clad peaks and mountain caves to day for Henrietta Schmeler Co lumbia University student who sent into the Apache country by her alma mater to study the red mans mode of life dropped fron sight Saturday For a month Miss Schmeler hac lived alone in a shack at Eas Fork four miles from the Apachi reservation at White River Whiti friends said they saw her last Sat urday morning and that she In tended to go to Fort Apache to i dance that night with Claude Gil bert a 25 year old Apacha buck They said he had served as one o the subjects of her Indian life ex perlmentationa Gilbert arrested yesterday a White River denied knowledge o the woman He asserted she did no go to the dance with him Ho hac not seen her he declared since Sat urday afternoon AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Hes the man Ill vote for There aint nothin sneakin about a man as bald as he is that has his picture took with his hat off GERMANY PINS HOPE UPON U S Vaura MKEE7HILLIPS EVENUPATTURN N SEMIFINALS Rapids Man Has 70 for Unofficial Course Mark OHNNY VAVRA of Cedar Rapids held a three up lead over Pete ordan of Des Moines at the half vay mark of their 36 hole semi inals match In the Iowa amateur olf tournament today at the Ma on City country club Gilbert Phillips and Bob McKee pponents in the allDes Moines emiflnal were all square Vavra set an unofficial course ecord In touring the par 71 layout n 70 His magic touch with his rons gave him three birdies while e was over par on only two holes to one of which he was stymied Vavra did not allow Jordan to win a hole on the outside nine and cached the turn three up Neck and Neck Jordans first victory came at the hirteenth where he was five down He won thatand the fourteenth to ut the lead to three They each von one of the next two and halved the last two holes Jordan lost two holes the tenth and twelfth by driving out of bounds McKee and Phillips battled neck and neck all the way Vavra was out in 34 and in with 36 This isthe first time during he tournament that par has been broken on the 18 holes Both Settle Down After an erratic start both settled down and shot par golf for he first four holes Vavra had a chance to take the fourth when he missed a 10 foot putt Jordan sent he first ball of his teeoff out of bounds on the short fifth He was atill out of bounds to the left on his second while Vavra was three feet last the pin Jordan missed his bird shot and conceded the hole They halved the 500 yard sixth with birdie fours Vavra split the fairway with his drive on the sev enth while Jordan sliced to the rough and short of the ditch He iried for a long iron but muffed the shot and went out in the fairway ahead of Vavras drive Vavras four ron placed him a foot off the green and in line with the pin while Jor dan poked hlg to the trap and was short Vavras putt left him an easy four Jordan missed his five and took six Reach Edge on Drive Vavra reached the edge of the eighth green with his drive Jordan again hit the trap at the right of the green Vavras long putt lipped the cup but robbed him of a birdie Jordan rolled off to the left six inches on his third and halved the hole They were both erratic on the ninth and halved the hole in pal five Vavra was out two under par and three up at the quarter turn On ten Jordan put one out ol bounds Vavras approach shot barely missed a birdie and he took the hole in par Jordan left himself a three foot putt on eleven but Vavra lay him a stymie that he coyld not negotiate and the pair halved the hole Jordan placed his third out ol bounds on the twelfth which cosl him a chance of halving the hole Gets Birdie Three Jordan won the thirteenth with a birdie three Vavra lost the four teenth on his iron shot This cost Vavra all his gain on the in nine Vavra was outdriven on the fif teenth but placed his second three feet from the cup He took the hole with a birdie On the sixteenth Vavras brass sent his ball 10 feet over the green Jordan was in the trap with his drive but was out in par Vavra took one over par and the match was even for the second round Vavra retained his lead of 3 up se in the first round They halved 17 and 18 The morning cards 444 424 In 444 443 444 444 6453 In 545 334 PhlllipsMcKce As far as the morning round of the PhlllipsMcKce semifinal battle was concerned it might as well not have been played The pair in the Des Moines special went to lunch even up after both had held leads of 1 up in each of the nines They finished the first nineall even after Phillips drove out ot bounds twice on the final hole fell short on his approacn hit the pole Tarn o Sporta rare Column Up at 18 Hole Mark STARS PLAY IN SEMIFINALS RY V BOB McKEE JOHN VAVRA GILBERT PHILLIPS Gilbert Phillips Des Moines entered the semifinals Friday when he defeated John Kraft ol Oclwcin 1 up Phillips met Bob AlcKee or Des Molnes in the semifinal Friday Bob McKecjJDes Moines was the victor In the LasjheMcKee SG battle Thursday that went to the last putt on tho f in al holeMcKee beat Lusche 1 up ancf was pulrecfwlthGlflfert Phillips Des Moincs in tho lower bracket of tho semifinal Friday John Vavra Cedar Rapids rated as one of the shots of this years tournament defeated Aldcn Hvistcndahl 7 and 5 In the quarterfinals Thursday Vuvrn met Pete Jordan of Des Moines in the semifinals Friday MORE AMATEUR GOLF TOURNEY PICTURES ON SPORTS PAGE Student Mob Dares Troops to Fire Guns Revolters Barricaded in University After Santiago Riot BULLETIN SANTIAGO Chile July 24 opened fire with rifles and machine guns this evening on tho University of Clillo where antigovernment students barricaded themselves last rilght In defiance of nn order to evaluate tho hiiilclimr One student was reported wounded and another killed SANTIAGO Chile July 24 Antigovernment students who re mained barricaded In the Univer sity of Chile last night in defiance of an ultimatum and dared troops to fire on them stuck to their post today while the authorities at tempted to deal with them peace fully Meanwhile from 300 to 500 per sons nursed cracked heads and oth er injuries received during a turbul ent night in the course ot which a fire arms store was looted several streetcars wrecked and the prin cipal streets were the scenes of al most continuous clashes between demonstrators and police Mounted men armed with lances were used to quell the demonstration Takes Over Task A few hours after he had become premier Chile yesterday Arlos Proedden took over the task of re storing order and he quickly served notice on the barricaded students that unless they vacated their stronghold they would be fired on The students refused to budge and word got about that they hai decided to set fire to the building and 1C need be die in it rather tha surrender This decision it was said was communicated by telephone to President Carlos Ibanez against whom the demonstration was di rected Force Given Up When the ultimatum expired at 10 p m there was no broadside from the troops Subsequently it was reported the government de cided not to resort to extreme force The principal military leaders of Chile today renewed their pledges of loyalty to Presidentlbanes and he is conceded to have the unwavering support of the Carabineros the strongest armed organization in the country TURKEY FLI Boarclman Forced to Dump Gasoline in Bay toPre vent Crash FLOYD BENNETT AIRPORT NEW YORK July 24 Boardman and John Polando failed in un attempt to start on a non stop flight to Istanbul Turkey today and were forced to dump 450 gallons of gasoline in Jamacia bay to save themselves from crashing Their gasolineladen monoplane unable to rise more than 100 feet was wallowing over the choppy wa ters of the bay when they pulled the emergency valve and scarcely saved themselves from possible dis aster The airplane lightened by the loss of almost twothirds of its gas oline supply shot Into the air They turned back and landed nine min utes after their takeoff at a m Iowa time The Boston flyers said they would decide on their start after getting some muchneeded sleep They had been up all night preparing for the 5000 mile jour ney Killed In Car Crash SIBLEY July 24 Houkatra 17 was killed late Thurs day when her car overturned near Ashton seven miles south of here Her father Harry Houkstra wag uninjured KEEPING BABY i Li one of the chief problems of parents The little tots have many emotional re actions that are difficult to understand Those who read the GlobeGazette baby edition Monday will find sug gestions that will help mother and father to understand babys outlook on life Graf Arrives at Berlin on Arctic Flight Eckener Regrets His Start in Time of Distress BERLIN July 24 Gra Zeppelin arrived at Staaken airpor on the outskirts of Berlin this after noon completing the first short leg of her Arctic crulso from Friedrich shafen She did not land immediate ly Dr Hugo Eckener preferring wait until sundown Field Jammed at Takeoff FRIEDRICHSHAIEN Germany July 24 glorious weather and before a field jammed with wellwishers the dirigible Graf Zep pelln took off for Berlin today on the first leg of her cruise to th Arctic The takeoff was made at a m a m CST just IB minute after the huge ship was taken ou of her hangar Regrets Distress In a brief broadcast from th dirigible Dr Hugo Eckener th commander said he regretted h was starting at a time when Ger many was in such dire distress bu he felt the flight would serve to in crease confidence In the fatherland So long as there is breath lef in a German science will never b neglected he said He emphasized that the flfgh was of purely scientific nature an pointed out that 70 per cent of th expenses would be borne by forelg associations and a newspaper or ganization and 25 per cent b stampcollectors Enormous Mail The Graf is taking along an enor mous amount of mail which will b exchanged in the Arctic with th Russian icebreaker the cancelled stamps will be prize items Aboard the dirigible were y Hen 12 of whom are Arctic experts o scientists There are 30 members o the crew three newspapermen nn a special Russian wireless operate Civil War Veteran Dies IOWA CITY July 24 the death Thursday of Albe Baumgartner 80 only three civ war veterans remain in Iowa Cit Mr Baumgartner was born in Swi zerland He came to the Unite States when a boy ot seven Tw daughters and five sons survive ROCKWELL BARN BLAZE RESULTS K BOYS DEATH hildren Thot to Have Been Playing With Matches T OCKWELL July which is believed to have been started y children playing with matches urned up one of them in a barn on 10 R H Sherwood property hero his afternoon Tha victim wus nmcs Wheeler Jr 4 year old son Mr and Mrs James Wheeler aPorte City who are here with tha avingcrew The flames gained uch headway that it wag Impossi lo to stop them when they were iscovered It is believed that three or four hildren had been playing arouno he barn and that one of them must ave had some matches The Wheel boy It is believed must have een in the haymow or some other lace far from an exit when the lames started Barn Burned Quickly As soon as the flames were dis overcd his mother came to the cene the fire She Insisted re icatedly that her son was In the iarn but the structure burned down n a few minutes The blaze was discovered about 1 oclock Firemen were summoned but were powerless to search the barn or the boy since the heat for a short time was Intense They at tempted to put out tha blaza but could do little to halt it Wero In Camp The Sherwood property is located n Rockwell near the railroad tracks Ir and Mrs Wheeler camfl to Rockwell with the paving gang ana amped near the Sherwood nousa vlth other members of tho paving rcw Mr and Mrs Wheeler have ne other child which they left at aPorto City Dr J E McDonald county cor oner was called from Mason City o investigate the fatal burning lowan Kilted by Bull OELWEIN July 24 A Gardner 39 was killed by a bu on his farm near fere Thursda Coroner J M Smittlo planed a inquest for Friday 30 Oklahoma Troops Guard of Land S VISIT TO BERLIN THOT MAN KILLED BY POLICE OFFICER Council Bluffs Patrolman Claims He Shot in Own Defense COUNCIL BLUFFS July 24 UP Sheriff Rex Young of Cass county Nebr this afternoon Identified the body of an unidenti fied man who was shot to death by a policeman here early today as that of a man who shot and seriously wounded him at Plattsmouth Nebr last fall Patrolman Charles Esbeck who fired the fatal shot said tho man was trying to shoot him when ha fired A companion of the slain man Harry Harrell Johnson City Tenn was captured Esbeck and his partner Patrol man Clarence Lane stopped an automobile containing the two men to question them Finding n large clasp knife on Harreli Lane handcuffs on him and led him to a police car Jumped From Car The other man jumped from the automobile and leaped a nearby hedge Esbeck said he saw tha man raise hla hand containing n pistol Esbeck fired once tho bullet pierc ing the mans skull Harrell said he met his companion only yesterday In Omaha and knew him only as Shorty Tho car In which the pair was riding carried a Aiuscatlne county Iowa license Police learned today that the li cense platea found on tho small car the slain man drove were stolen from an automobile in Muscatlne Wednesday The number was 70 4C02 Stolen In Musrcitlnc DES MOINES July 24 state bureau of automobile regis tration said today that license num ber 704602 was issued to Elmer O Lindow 1211 New Hampshire Muscatlne Council Bluffs police reported plates with this number were stolen from a Nash car in Muscatine Wed nesday and were used on a Ford an unidentified slain nrnn drove Strip Martial Law at Toll Bridge Declared by Murray DURANT Okla July 24 Troops of the Oklahoma national guard occupied a narrow martial law zone today at the Denison Durant Red river toll bridge under orders from Gov W H Murray to prevent passage over the structure The troops 30 of them under command of Capt Don Atkinson were transported to the zone in front of the bridge 17 miles long and 200 feet wide by truck this morning from Durant Meanwhile W E Utterbfich Du rant attorney for the Red River Bridge company owners of the toll span said J R Handy receiver and others in the bridge company board of directors would hold 1 conference during the day on thu governors move Orders Martial Law Governor Murray ordered martia1 law to offset m expected federal court autt to force the statu to re move obstacles to the bridge placed so traffic might be diverted to free structures A parallel free bridge ofosed un der federal injunction is barricaded at the Texas end under the watch ful eyes of Texas rangers Waving red bunting the guards men challenged all who approached the barred zone Passes from Adjt Gen Charles F Barrett were need ed to enter the area Headquarters were established in a houseoverlooking the bridge On the Texas bank of the stream half a mile away the rangers held forth in a highway hut with eyes on their big free bridge barricade Expects Dull Campaign I believe It will be n dull cam paign said General Barrett He added it probably would bp all over in a few daysand that as soon as the Texas legislature passes a law to permit the toll bridge company to sue tlie state on a contract the federal injunction for the free bridge may be dissolved and the need for the guard will have passed Persons living in the zone who must use the road will be allowed CTurn lo InRe 4 ColnmTi fi Statesmen Sure Loans Can Come Only From Private Sources T ONDON July 24 LJ Bruening and Foreign Minister Curtius who are appreciative of tho help given Germany in her financial crisis by the seven power confer ence but are convinced that more Is needed turned today to the United States They pinned their hope on Secre tary of State Stlmson who agreed to accompany them home to Berlin where It was hoped his presence would reassure the German people that the wealthy American republic is interested in their fate The German statesmen counted on the friendly gesture of the sec retary of state to assist them In retaining the confidence of their country In eliminating any ten dency toward panic dealing with the opposition of nationalists and communists who arc dissatisfied with the results of the London con ference Will Discuss Aid In Berlin the secretary will dis cuss with German leaders the ques tion of further financial aid to Ger many by the United States He volunteered to make the visit during tho session of the confer ence which ended yesterday after accepting a relief program which Includes extension of the 5100 000000 loan to Germany from cen tral banks of the world powers concerted measures in all countries to maintain existing credits In Ger many her future needs It wag learned authoritatively Hint the German statesmen are con vinced loans to their nation can como only from private sources American and otherwise Mr Stlmson probably will be the dinner guest tomorrow night of American Ambassador Frederic M Sackett in Berlin Heads of the Ger man state also will be present Dinner at Palace On Sunday the chancellor and the foreign minister will take tho secre tary of state out of Berlin for a Tciru to rnun t Oilumn Markets at a Glance YORK U S Steel sags on dividend rumors rails and foreign weak Standard Oil In diana weak Foreign exchanges Steady Sterling strong favorable crop advices firm spot mar ket steady Brazilian markets CHICAGO weak cables and favorable weather better weather and large Argentine exports to higher Three Men Charged With Possession of Machine Gun at Ames AMES July 24 Ebsen 25 oC Cicero III Harry Kbsen and Otto Schrcck of Nevada today faced charges of possession of machine gun The charges replaced thoso ol conspiracy to commit a felony which officers had filed after they said a number of weapons were found In the trios automobile Helen Hansen friend of Harry Ebsen was arrested yesterday at Nevada Iowa for questioning offi cers aaicl Fire Destroys Farm Home OSKALOOSA July 24 today destroyed the farm homo of W G Robertson near here The loss was estimated at Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cfl July trips I would like to have been was stored away in the tail ot Post and Gattys ship and the other is with Bernard Shaw and Lady Astor In Russia maybe stored away in Bernards The laughs there will be on that trip for Lady Astor can hand em nut about aa fast as old apple cart can Well its fine if they have fixed so Germany will pull thru Them is one debt they ought to wipe out entirely for it had no reason ever existing and thats for the armies of occupation That was just like sitting over the gravo of a dead man for a year to seo If he was coming to life and then charging his family the price ol the sitting The boys brot home enough fine fat German girls to pay for that trip Youra WILL ROGFRS SKe IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy slightly wnrnl or In tho north ami Mm til cen tral portions Friday night Sat urday unsettled and slightly wuniiir In tho cast niid central pnrtloni LOCALSTATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending ut 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 87 Minimum In Nijht 50 At 8 A M Friday 75 The 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning vwis dis tinguished from two standpoints meteorologically speaking The maximum was the lowest since the afternoon of July 12 and the only maximum of less than 00 degrees in that period The minimum of 50 degrees was the lowest recorded In July thus far Friday the wind was back in the south and the mercury appeared to be headed to tne flOs
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.