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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1930, Mason City, Iowa N H 1 L j J HI 5 ART otpT or IOWA r S MOINtS I A North Iowas PAPER Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAlKIl THAT iMAIiES ALL NORTH 1OWAMS NK1UHBUKS HOME EDIT VOL XXXVI WE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 28 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 251 Spot Free Quakes Shocks May Occur Any Place on Sur face of Earth By V STEWART ASHINGTON July 28 Suppose Manhat tan island were to be shaken by a good hard earthquake Modern s te e 1 construction can stand a deal rougher treat ment than old fashioned ma sonry Neverthe 1 e s s a severe quake would be sure to rattle a vast quantity of tile and terra cotta from the v skeletons even of if upto4ate skyscrapers Efter altho New Yorks more of today all are Danfl a great proportion of FredWre still is brlckand CallaHfible jumble this would a firstclass earth r ILUC probable effect ock upon Manhat Nbways and lun onfi maze of pipes imim actnnni7ing thls HUTCHt aCtlXMv is bad eceived ir rs J V John ft ippened lie Mr andierent in Stribling Knocks Out in Second Round more f1 at hi will do no go hiigie and Buc i aj Job are D do no laid it spiders of f 3 locaw and life ai which N jSrfiurHr er orcecf to ve Their Threatened Homes frEFUGIO Texas July 28 jet of flame leaping into sky from the Houston Oil com lys wild gasser No 1 Strauch Jiy had driven 200 residents from homes and was defying of workmen to extinguish it 1 well was ignited from an un T3Qi cause Saturday night with ixplosion which blasted a crater eet across The parched oil field lement of frame buildings han pped by droughtdepleted wells in imminent peril of destruc team lines were being laid for at pts to smother the flames Two J frame structures owned by ier Wpuston Oil company burned n VMiilHincra nnrl ALASKA BREEZE IS HARBINGER OF COOL WEATHER Iowa Cities Swelter Over WeekEnd New High Marks Set July 28 v from the torrid humid week end carrfe today in the upper Mis sissippi valley states as a cool wave from Alaska made its way into the northcentral states The break in the heat wave in which maximum readings of 110 degrees were re ported yesterday in several locali ties was predicted to reach the eastern and southern limits of this section tonight or Tuesday Temperatures were from 10 to 15 degrees lower today over Wiscon sin Minnesota the Dakotas Ne braska Iowa and Ohio than yester day Possible thunderstorms are scheduled for Illinois Indiana Mis souri and Kansas today Tempera tures in southern Illinois will not be materially tempered today Mercury Starts Climb After a thunderstorm in Chicago early this morning the mercury began climbing and had reached 91 at noon It was expected to go higher until forced down sharply when the cool wave hits the city Two deaths in Chicago attributed In part to1 heat were reported today King 50 was found dead in ed and Miss Pauline Dohnetz 52 ollapsed in her home and died on Jie way to the hospital The cool wave is not generally be ng accompanied by rain and sun hine is on the menu for Michigan Visconsln Iowa Minnesota the Dakotas and Nebraska But local howers and thunder storms ar ikely within the next 12 to 36 hours n the extreme southern portion of he north central states NEW SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT I TUIj but other buildings and 1 t icks were hurriedly moved back aifcr distance No estimate oi flow of gas was obtained but it believed to be several million JtuU feet daily iS ie weu blew in out of control eJ He Tcet on June 25 spraying gas plv days ago workmen placei over the top of the casing ncVtiiis check caused gas to penc itJtc underground into practical water wells in the towu and th ienne was removed Residents o iorievillc 32 miles away reporte ay could see the pillar of fame at i ieir homes there j 1outh Drowns In Creek ilr TURLINGTON July 28 r nreredith Dowell 19 of Henderson Bounty Illinois was drowned In I Splint Creek north of Burlington desterday His parents four broth airs and three sisters survive The Juneral will be held Tuesday at plena III ASSASSINATION CAUSE OF RIOTS N BRAZIL STATE iberal Partys Defeat in Election Source of Trouble RIO DE JANEIRO July 8 Grava disorder were reported oday from the state of Parnhyba whose president Joao Pessoa liber al candidate for the vice presidency of Brazil was assassinated Satur day Dispatches received today indi cated one man was killed In the dis orders and several houses destroyed oyfire The entire state of parahyba has been inflamed over politics since the March 1 election in which the liberals were defeated TIMES IN 1st Bandits Take m Georgian Steps Back Into Daring Daylieht Front RankAmong Kohert B Irons will arrive next month from WJnonu Minn to lie cJn his work us superintendent of the Mason City public school system Ills selection took place at a special meeting of the Mason City school directors at the Hotel Hanford Saturday noon He succeeds F T V asey ivho accepted a position art head of he school system at Springfield III RELIEF PROMISED DES MOINES July 28 lowans parched by the latest heat wave today awaited the corn ths promised high pressure area that would mean relief from temperatures that have shattered decade old records If predictions materialize Sun davs torrid heat should be just a memory Iowa City yesterday had Turn Co PnSfl Column II Chicago Baby Tangle Is Put in Hands of Church Baby Is Baptized Bambergers Law Is Next GERMAN FLYERS ITOP ON ISLES MET By Robert as th I thot maybe that spec ialist could find what was wrong with me hut a doctor dont use big words like that unless hes hidin his ignor ance Seek Suitable Place to Take Off on Next Lap of Journey KIRKWALL Orkney Islands ily 28 German aviators rolfram Hirth and1 Oscar Weller ho arrived here yesterday on their ay from Germany to Chicago by asy stages spent a good part of he day seeking a suitable place to ake off for the remainder of their ight over the Atlantic A public park here where the lane now stands is too short to ermit a plane to rise with a full oad fuel and oil Hence the air men were busy hunting other sites ifter they had worked on their motor this morning One place icwed was at Swanbister Bay even or eight miles from Kirkwall vhich was used as an airplane base n the war Hirth who was married recently was asked if his wife would join lim in America Yes he replied she will it I there He said that he hoped to remain on tho North American continent about a year Aviator Weller said that upon ar rival at Labrador the flight would be continued by easy stages along the St Lawrence The first landing in the United States he said prob ably would be Detroit The airmen visit num erous American cities during their stay CHICAGOJuly 28 Wat kinsBamberger baby tangle which has been jounced from the laps of obstetrics department oE health fingerprint experts bone blood and baby specialists a maternal mass meeting and even the law lay cradled today in the bassinet the church Still it did not rest The infant in the possession the Charles Bambergers was bap tized George Edward Bamberger at the Church of Our Lady of Solaci yesterday Court Action Planned The WilliarrJ Watkins who an Presbyterians and who believe thi baby baptized a Bamberget is real ly their own offspring today sough the advice of a clergyman of the own faith with a view to having th child in their possession baptize without application of a name The Watkins attorney Barrat OHara was getting ready to ask writ of habeas corpus to compel th Bambergers to produce their bab in court and show cause why they to 2 Column Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Irregular July 28 T Warner Broth 5 points to year s Followers of Usurper Plo Against King Nadir Shah LONDON July 28 Dail Herald dispatch from Peshawar sa a widespread revolt is brewih against Nadir Shall king of A ghanistan The paper adds that the Insurrec tion is led by followers Bachai Sakoa who usurped the Afghan throne last year but later was de posed and killed The information was meager and varying One report asserted that the rebels had arrived near Kabul without opposition by the Nadirs forces who had refused to fight be cause they had not been paid but another said that the rebels had been routed 2 Small Boys Hurt in Attempt to Jump From Rear of Auto Two imall boys were injured Mon day morning when they attempted to jump ofC the rear bumper of a car driven by Leon Raizes Adams avenue northwest Mr Raizes did not know the two boys Resistance For more than four months Jos Pereira a state deputy has bee armed resistance agains ie Pessoa government centerin s attacks near the city of Prince a More than 300 men some of them ebels and others state police have een killed in clashes Only recent y Pereira proclaimed Princeza an independent state When news of the killingof Pes oa reached Parahyba late Satur ay the populace marched to the overnment palace demanding repri als on the opposition Vice Presi ent Alvaro de Carvalho went to he window of the palace and was ble to restore order March Thru Strees Dispatches received today how ver said the crowds later marched hru the streets firing residences nd stores owned by the political pponents of Pessoa Many of those Iriven from the burnigbuildings ook refuge in the quarters of the nfantry battalion which has been mlicing the city The city of Cabedello also was the scene of disorders partisans of Pessoa setting fire to several houses owned by his opponents The province of Parahyba which is on the northeastern extremity of Bra7il has a population of about 1250000 Mrs Miriam A Ferguson led the candidates for the dem ocratic nomination for gover nor of Texas As no candidate is likely to have a majority IL runoff is expected between Mrs Ferguson und the nearest candidate Uoss S Sterling Houston Heavies WIMBLEDON STADIUM LON DON July 28 Stribling from Macon Ga stepped back into the front ranks the heavyweights tonight by knocking out Phil Scott the tall Englishman in two rounds after flooring him three times in the first session The fight by rounds Uouncl boxed with the Englishman for a few moments and then landed his famous right to Scotts chin following it with a series of lefts to the head The men were warned for wrestling Strib ling nailed his man and Scott went down for a count of five Just as lie rose a left to the stomach dropped the Englishman for a count ot seven Fighting like a Tiger Btib ling sailed into his man and dropped him again this time for nine Scott Hold Up DES MOINISS 28 men robbed the Federal Stale bank of 53000 this morning com pelling employes and customers to lie on the floor anil throwing I car bombs to cover their escape The bandits were unmasked Onn of them went along the lobby with a gun ordering everyone to get on the floor and lay still The second man lenricd over n gate and scooped up currency frtnii ha cages ISloik From DruUf Meanwhile his companion took from Ed Miller who hud come to the ban to the money The institution is a blocU from Drake university The bandit in the cages deposited the money in a black bug rejoined Hard times A period when we use this years income to pay for last years ivaneo StarCourlpr ers pictures drop Bonds Irregular fluctuations general in dull trading utilities lead ad vance Foreign Ster ling highest since January Lower poor trade de mand and southern selling SugarLower easier spot mar ket C0ffee Lower disappointing Brazilian reports CHICAGO large visible sup ply increase and weak foreign mar kets beneficial Iowa and weakness Kansas City to strong were riding on the car and did no learn of the accident which oc currcd in front J004 Monroe ave nue northwest until some time lat er The boys who were hurt were Bob Bliss 0 yers of age son of Mi and Mrs W L Bliss 18 Tenth street northwest and Ray Clough Jr 9 years of age son of Mr and Mrs Ray Clough 213 Tenth streel northwest Both boys were taken to the Bliss home where they were given treatment by a physician Bob suffered bruises on his body andhis back was skinned Ray re ceived a laceration of his scalp and other bruises Neither boy is in a serious condition The car was not going fast when they tried to jump thev told their parents DERBY PILOTS HALT TO REST 12 Survive at End of First 4000 Miles Around Country LOS ANGELES July 28 ozen pilots survivors of the all American air derby rested here to ay after completing approximately 000 miles of their aerial jaunt about tho United States begun a veek ago at Detroit The derby will swing eastward Wednesday reaching in one day unips Ogden Omaha Chicago and Detroit where approximately S50 00 in prize money awaits the win ners Lieut Lee Gahlbach first to ar rive at the Metropolitan airport yesterday held a comfortable lead of more than two hours over J R Weddell New Orleans who moved into second place by virtue of the withdrawal of Stub Quinby of Mo line 111 Quinby disabled his ship landing at Douglas Ariz Sunday morning and was forced from the race Gehlbach who led the flyers liere on the jump from Douglas in was 11 minutes ahead of Veddell on this lap driving his low ving monoplane thru desert heat and across treacherous mountain areas at an average speed of 150 miles an hour Lead in Texas PrhndryRace Goes to Ma Fight Will Be Between Mrs Ferguson and Sterling DALLAS Texas July 28 Mrs Miriam A Ferguson was 55 448 votes ahead of Ross Sterling of Houston and Sterling was 37237 votes in front of Clint C Small of Wellington in the race for the dem ocratic gubernatorial nomination when the Texas election bureau had compiled a total of 635016 voteM today The returns were from 243 of the 253 counties and the count had been completed in 59 counties Election bureau managers esti mated not more than 100000 votes remained to be counted Since there are 11 gubernatorial candidates among whom the votes will be distributed it appeared cer tain the runoff election on Aug M for the nomination would be be tween Mrs Ferguson Texas first woman governor and Sterling chairman of the state highway commislon and wealthy Houston newspaper publisher Tho totals for governor Ferguson 399402 Sterling 143 VI Small 306717 Love 68346 Young GUISO Miller 4B124 May field 44306 C C Moody 4024 Love 2447 Putnam 2378 Walker United States Senator Morris Sheppard maintained his long lead over his opponents the count being Sheppard 404436 Henry 33698 Mitchener 31800 went down again just before the his companion tossed two icai bell and the gong saved him bombs and the men backed out of Bound led with a lett the building They escaped m but Stribling stepped inside and coupe which witnesses said ntu drove a hard left to the stomach I been standing on the sUcet a Scott showed some fight and landed morning a series of body blows before he 1 Bandit About 85 clinched A left to the face brot at Percy Harrison assistant cash fleck of blood from Striblings nose jcr Earl Tyler vice president I ItiHl r Will Rogers Scott pawed for an opening with his left then lauded lightly on the soufaruers face Strib rocked Scott with a right to the head Both landed heavily iff closeScott missed two shots and nailed a right on the Englishmans chin and a left in the ribs that put Phil down Scott tried to rise but could not get up and the referee counted him out amid the mingled boos and cheers of the spectators gUAKtTCHANGES MAP OF ITALY Melfi Destroyed Will Be Moved From Hill to Valley NAPLES July 2S weeks disastrous earthquake which in some instances obliterated whole towns will change the map of Italy to a certain extent some villages nothing except piles of lumber stone and mortar dust remains They will have to be reconstructed but in the rebuilding some of the picturesque character of ancient Italian communities will be sacrificed to safety Build lor Safety For one example there is Melfi This city before the earth hcavei n the early hours last Wednesday perched prettily upon a volcanir hill A new Melfi must arise but i will lie in the valley below along river where tests have prove shocks are less to be felt King Victor Emmanuel has urged1 that no reconstruction should be done on territory especially tible to shocks hence all plans are i for building where reasonable safe ty may be expected No More Dead Found Work began today on the rebuild ing of the 10000 houses destroyei or damaged in four provinces stricken and for the first time since Wednsday thousands of work Tum In 1nRo Tolumn n Fairbanks cashier the only employes on duty said both bandits appeared to be about 35 years old Police sheriffs and state agents had to open all windtws toclear the bank of the tear gas This was the second bank robbery in the vicinity of Drake in two years the University State bank less than a hnlf block away was robbed of 7000 by four men Sept 14 1325 Robbery of the Federal State banH was the ninth in Iowa this year II also was the second in a suburban bank in one of the states large ci ties On Feb 1 a similar robbery was made of the Leeds State bnnlc at Sioux City the robbers escaping with more than 510000 Both parti cipants later were captured but our Turn to Tucc 2 Column lobber Kills Grocer Takes From Till CHICAGO July 28 what you get for resisting a robber to Samuel Esscrman 4i vear old grocer last night was a bullet that killed the till and from two cus tomers who saw the slaying the robber and a companion got less than S2f He RiskoShaaf Bout Is Postponed Week PHILADELPHIA July 28 The Johnny Risko and Ernie Shaal bout set for tonight at the municipal stadium here hns been postponed until next Monday night Aug 4 becausen of threatening weather BEVERLY HILLS Cal July sir yesterday was Bernard Shows birthday was 74 years old I had a great visit sit his Lo n d o n home with him when I was over to the In creasing of naval armament conference He has more orig inal Ideas to any subject you name than any man inthe world He has lived in England all these years and they dont know yet whether he is for cm or against em Here was one of his obser vations he turned out on me America and Russia are the only two countries left in the world with any scheme of life Russia is trying an experiment and America is trying every thing So good luck to tin old rascal I hope he lives to be n thousand Yours WILL ROGERS Waterloo Man Is Sentenced to entiary ALLISON July Riekcn 1 Waterloo entered a plea of guil ty to a charge of chicken stealing before Judge C H Kelly at Clear Lake Friday and was sentenced In five years in the penitentiary at Fort Madison He is a single mrui nncl formerly lived at mriiersburK but for the last few years has beer employed at Waterloo On Wednes day night he stole 38 chickens from his broher John Rieken and Henry Reints near rarkcrsburg He was taken into custody at Waterloo by Deputy Sheriff Frank Ncnl and Rvan Wilson marshal at Parkers hurp Thursday night In the Insl month lie has stolen about 200 chickens he said He received S25 for the 36 chickens He is now in the Butler county jail at Allison but will be taken to Fort Marllson soon IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Monday night and Tuesday cooler Monday night moderate LOCAL GlobeGazette weather fipuren Co 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Maximum Snmlsiy Minimum in Night rt At S A M Monday 1 Figures for like period ending ii 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Snlnnliiy Minimum In Aiglil i Rainfall f an Inch The weather of Saturday and Sun ilav had two noteworthy points lirst there was a rain Saturday i night which brot marked relief ta crops While it was light to the south and cast Mason City in the city and to the west it was suffi cient to insure against drought dam for a week or two The second notable point was the heat of Sun day Between 2 and 3 oclock the mercury mounted past the 100 mark a half degree hut not quite enough to ba called 101 degrees H was the hottest day since June M when a maximum of 103 wns ;