The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 20, 1931 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 20, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Friday, March 20, 1931
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

SEVEN KILLED IN WRECK of TRAIN 18 Hurt When French Ex- press Is Derailed in Passin? Thru Town. ETAMPES, France, March 20. UP) --Seven persona were killed and 18 seriously injured as the Parts-Bordeaux, express raced thru here last night.-'- V , . . : . . . . ' . ' · A local train was waiting empty at.a siding-. As;the . 'express, train rushed.by, the dining car and the car ahead were derailed'and hurled against the side of the local coaches. The remainder of the express was still traveling at about 45 miles an hour but a little bit further down the track another car was derailed and then another, passengers aboard being badly shaken up. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FLYER KILLED IN THE RADIO WORLD - By C. E. BUTTEKFEELD · Associated Press Radio Editor. (Time is Central Standard Thruout) NEW -YORK, March 20. UP)-Helen Keller is to make a radio ao- peararice on a date to be announced Photo Miss Keller, who has overcome the handicaps of blindness and deafness, is to. speak in a program to be carried by WABC and network some time next month. i · . . Byron Price, chief of bureau for the Associated Press at Washington, is'to be guest speaker in back of the news in Washington on WEA2 1 and stations at 7:45 p. -m. next Wednesday. The Eight. Rev. Dr. William Temple, archbishop of York, speaks from London over WABC network Easter Sunday. Blanche Campbell, Nashville, Tenn., mezzo soprano and a protege of Mary Garden, sings on WJZ and group at 6:15 p. m. next Tuesday. Giacomo Lauri- volpi, operatic tenor, is to sing on WABC and chain the night of April 13. Renee Chemet, noted French concert violinist, is to be guest artist on WEAF April 19. FRIDAY Semifinals 01 the national ; indoor tennis championships, Ted · Husing announcing, WABC and network, 3:45 to 5. . Phil Spitalny-s orchestra, WJZ hookup at 6:45. The barber shop quartet, WABC and stations at 7:15. Marcella Shields and Helene Handin as the two troupers, WEAF hookup at 8:45 . XJMBERTO MADDALONA PROPELLER THOT TO BE IN FAULT Three'Italian Flyers Killed When Plane Crashes Into Sea. PISA, Italy, March' 20. UP)--A variable propeller of a type which Col. Umberto Maddalena, hero finder of Nobile'in the Arctic, always favored was:,blamed today for the disaster which yesterday took the lives of · Maddalena and two companions, Captain Cecconi and Lieutenant Damonte, in a crash into the sea. None of the 'bodies has been recovered. : An inquest commission today found that the propeller had broken, cutting the fuselage in two when the plane was several.'thou- Hoover Dons Flannels on 2nd Day Out First Lady Camps it Snows ,of .Virginia Mountains. TJ. S. S. ARIZONA, March 20. (/F --President Hoover today, his secon day out f r o m J Washington, sur rendered himself to frank enjoymeh of the vacation trip which is to tak him to Porto Rico and the Virgi Islands, · -The Arizona, fresh from an over hauling,, plowed steadily into th middle of the gulf stream afte passing Cape Hatteras and th weather grew warmer hourly. Mem bers o£ the party,-donned flannel today. . - . . Plans call.for landing at Ponce Porto Rico, early Monday, but unt then the president has no intentio of troubling his mind about busines altho he is keeping constantly ir touch with the white 'house by ra d!o: : . - · " He hopes that he may get som fishing in during one of his after noons at San Juan altho arrange nients there for his reception an entertainment are not yet full known. . ' Newly erected deck tennis am medicine ball nets awaited the pros ident who after a late breakfas planned to"get his usual daily roun? at exercise. SPRINGS SURPRISE sand feet in the air. The propeller was Maddalena's specialty. He believed it enabled him to take off with' heavier loads of fuel .than with an ordinary propeller. Senator Arthur Capper of Kan- »I farm and home Tiour; ; ' ! WJZ? : n'et- ·work at 11:30 p; m. " · ' ' · - . · · Thornton Boy is Hurt While Fanning Oats Raymond Rooks, -16, . Thornton, received a broken leg Thursday ·while helping a neighbor fan oats. He was taken to Mercy hospital for treatment. Raymond is the son of Arthur Rooks. POLICEMAN NOT THOT AT FAULT Man DieSj at Waterloo From Wounds Got in Evading Arrest. -WATERLOO, March 20. UB--Po- lice Chief Frank Shores has exon- etated Patrolman Frank Lammert in connection with the fatal shoot- tog' of Albert Faley, 31, who died from wounds.suffered when he attempted to evade arrest on a charge .of. intoxication. ;j, - *·'-" ' ' *'* -i^rfegxH^jtiejIi apprehended iii : r gra Lammert and 1 (knou^i ^^.^.,^^-1. i.^.cj resisted ,arrest. and wag shot as he fled from the 'room. The WaterloQ police chief said that in his opinion the bullet struck Faley after glancing from the side of a wall. Resident of Rockwell Dies at Hospital Here C. H. Crowell, 62, Rockford, died at a local hospital Thursday afternoon. He entered the hospital March 5. A New York minister says that Christianity is the only cure for war, but the trouble is in making the other fellow see that h'e is, the one who should turn the other cheek.--Miami News. BURNS SUFFERED BY INSTRUCTOR Forest City Teacher Hurt While Working With Chemicals. FOREST CITY, March 20.--Walter Barnard, instructor in the local high school, was burned Wednesday afternoon while conducting a chemistry experiment before the high school chemistry class. He was working with several chemicals which became ignited and caused an explosion which severely burned ' his right hand and caused painful injuries to his face and left hand. By BESS PURMAU WASHINGTON, March 20. Springing another of her surprises Mrs. Herbert Hoover last nigh camped jn Blue ' Ridge mountain snows while ' the ^president spec south to. warmer climes. With Mrs. Hoover was Mrs. Ray Lyman Wilbur, whose husband, 'the interior secretary, is on his way to southern, .waters with the president. Mountaineers by choice on. both coasts and all passible occasions, Mrs. Hoover and Mrs. Wilbur had as the third member of their party Miss Susan Dyer, also formerly of Palo Alto, Cal., and far from a tenderfoot on the trail. Plenty of Food; Supplied with plenty of provender, secret service men to guard them and a retinue' of servants to start household wheels stilled thru the winter months, .the trio opened Cabinet camp, near Orange, Virginia, furnished late last summer under Mrs. Wilbur's direction. Lower on the mountains than the president's lodge, it had 'a less wintry aspect -- but .there was a foot of snow oh tho ground. However, spring was expectetf to arrive officially Saturday, and Mrs. Hoover was prep'ared'.'to welcome it in the. out . in the. outdoors; that she ^pyes. ^ : I i : ' K , ;. V To.,- tKe-iRapidan J'sHe ' ·hia' 1 .' (turned for -test thru' two. 'years in the 'white' houae^-- brief snatches, usually," but several weeks with her sick 'son, Allan, and several weeks again when she 'sprained her back. ' Intimate is hier knowledge of its crags and trees and birds and deep is her appreciation for its peace. For the mistress of the white house' the past three months have been exacting. Sh'e guided a social season, famed for the most functions in the shortest apace. Thru it all was an undercurrent of anxiety for her ill son, Herbert, Jr. She capably helped to look after his three children, Peggy Ann, Peter and Joan. Halo Hats --of Straw Tricot --Stitched Crepe --Rough Straw ALL NEW ALL SMART $5 to $15 HOME OF ROTHMOOR COATS Mrs. Hattie Mitchell Dinner at Hanford - Mrs. Hattie Moore Mitchell will he the guest of honor at a dinner in the Hotel Hanford Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock to b ei attende'J by Her former pupils in Mason City and Nora. Springs. Reservations should be made by Saturday noon with Mrs. J. E. McDonald or H. H Shepard. · ' MARCH 20 1931 ON FARM BOARD President ; Hoover has appointed S am H. Th omp'son, .Chicago · (above) to the farm board. At present he Is serving his second term as president o'f the American Farm Bureau federation. He was appointed to. fill the vacancy created by the' resignation of Chairman Alexander Legge and the elevation of Jnnies C. Stone to the clialrmansnip. Nations Join in Search for Lost Aviator By E. W. HOSKINS MANILA, March. 20. (JPi^-- While lope was virtually abandoned for wo American flyers believed to lave plunged to their deaths off Mindanao Island, three governments oined today in a search for another' Upt unreported since he. took off rom Macao, China, early yesterday n a 600 mile flight across the China ea to Manila. Glenn W. Bropfcy, Los Angeles viator, left Macao yesterday morn- ng. .He was to have arrived at Maila yesterday afternoon. Today he ras_ sought by. .airplanes, fast Tnited States warship*, and Philipine and Portuguese:officials. F. A. Diekhoff of'San Francisco, nd William Scott, Manila, gener- Jly were regarded as dead. A .pon- oon of Diekhoff's hydro-airplane as found in the Pacific ocean off the bleak eastern coast of Min- anao last Saturday. Nq 'other ·ace pf; the jflyersiwas found. :twb': hour flight ^ilarchrf 9 JW ^ urigab' ; harrTbr,-ribrthera Mindanao, 6 Davao. Diekhoff was a salesman or a New 'York firm, while Scott as engaged in business here. The United States destroyers ohn D. Ford," Paul Jones and Trux- un, and the aircraft tender Heron f t Manila late last night to search the western coast of Luzon island. Des Moines Man Held After Shooting Affair DES MOINES, March 20. UP)-- ames Whalen, Des Moines, con- essed to detectives that he shoti Jerle Darnell, also of Des Moines, oday when the latter collided with 1m in a hallway. Darnell was taken o a hospital with a bullet wound n his left hlp.-Whalen was held for nveatigation. They laughed when 'Hamilton 'ish warned of a communist con- piracy against the government; iut when he charged that the army tas hiring football playe'rs then that vas something serioua.--Nashville "outhern Lumberman. Prices fascinating as its fashions $25 to HOME OF KOTHMOOK COATS BROTHERS NOT ONLY ACCUSED Defense Paves Way to Use Claim Later as Jury Is Selected. CRIMINAL COURT BUILDING, Chicago, ··· March' 20. Upt--The defense paved the way today for an attempt to show, that Leo Brothers, was not the only one ever accused of killing Alfred Liugle. ' Attorney Tyrrel Krum, examining veniremen at Brothers' murder trial, brot into .his questions . the statement that another main is at present under indictment for' the murder and that' still" another Has allegedly confessed to participating .in the assassin at ion. "You will be .willing to take these facts into consideration if they are produced es evidence?" he asked. EXPENSE ACCOUNT ACT ON CALENDAR fConflnaed From fajfe 1). legislature cannot increase the compensation of its own members. He held that allowance of personal expenses was in reality covered by that, point. "·Lift Special Order Aiken, Allen, Avery, Bair, Berry, Byers, Dayton, Ditto, Drake of Muscatine, Figgins, Gilmore, Han- semof Scott, Hanson, Hayes, Hollis, Hunt, Johnson of Marion, Langland, Laughlin, Lepley, Long, McCreery, WcDermott, Mathews, Mayne, Milt- jone; Nelson of Story, O'Donnell, 3rr, psborn, Paisley. Pattison, Raw- ings, Rider, Rhylander, Simmer,Sours, Stanzel, Stig-er, Van Btiren, Whiting ,and Witt. Absent--Elliott, Rutledge. The house then voted to life the special order on two osteopath bills and plunged into debate on the county assessors' -bill, which had been started Thursday. The move vas unexpected, leaders having decided last night to postpone consideration of the assessor bill until Monday. A bill to codify laws governing Jie deposit of state sinking funds n banks almost got lost in a maze of amendments before being passed by the senate, 33 -to 9; jn a much e.vised form. Provide No Interest Amendments adopted provided hat no interest shall be p ayable u'ring the months of March, April, September and October, and that eposits shall draw interest at the ate of 1 per cent instead, of 2 per ent a year on 90 per cent of the ally balance. Senator E. J. Wenner, Blackhawk, ponsor of the bill, sought to dis- wn it in its revised form. ^ He un- uccessfully proposed that' the en- cting clause be stricken. Pro- ijJAi th at? they: ^ould|,^ec¥eSB^ the litcl.en:,oi- banks,' ^hjte^pp~p'0pents, rgued they : ^vbula jflepi^te: the' state inking fund. * .y. - ..'·- ; By a vote of 46.to. 49 the house efeated tho Reimers amendment to IB assessors' bill which would have liminated the county treasurer and uditor as members of the appoiu- :ve board. The house then took up he. Simmer - Donlon - Bonstetter mendment to make the auditor K officio county assessor and to llminate township assessors. Deputies and field men would be ap- ointed by the auditor. Creates New Officials. Sponsors of the * amendment claimed the county assessor plan would create 99 new officials and that the auditor could do the work. They also contended the amendment guaranteed that home government would not be removed. Representative H. M. Greene, Pottawattamie, opposed the amendment on the ground that the auditor's office has been a general dumping ground for county work. He said he believed tho farmers would derive more benefit from the assessor bill than any' other measure. Representative J. H. Johnson, Marion, and Representative O; E. Husted, Madison, joined in the argument. Representative O. J. Reimers, Lyons, sponsored an amendment to the amendment limiting the appointment of deputies by the auditor to as many as necessary. A bill to tax vending 'machines was introduced by the senate committee on tax revision, it provides that firms operating such machines must pay $100 a year, and also provides county' fees and a fee for each machine operated. Passage of the 10 per cent amusement tax bill was recommended by the committee. SECOND MEMBER OF FLEET SINKS (Continued From rn^o 1. trated food, medical equipment and supplies. SEARCH USELESS ST. JOHN'S, N. F., March 20. UP) --Captains .of sealing vessels reported Co St. John's today that they had searched every foot of ice with'- in 22 miles of the scene of the Viking disaster without finding a trace of the 28 men still missing. They declared further search useless The weather report from Horas island, near which the vessel burned and sank Sunday, shows east by northerly gales with thick fog along' the coast. Navigators familiar with the lopality doubt the wisdom of sending airplanes to search for he missing. Air expeditions, it was felt here, would -needlessly endanger the lives of flyers, and would accomplish nothing. AH except the most seriously iu- jured of the 127 survivors had been transferred from Horse island to the sealer Sagona today. MAY BE CHARGED IN PLANE CRASH Former Austrian Navy Officer Held for Attempted Sabotage. WASHINGTON, March 2 0 . U -The Washington Star said today it had been reliably informed that an additional, charge might be placed against Paul Kassay, 37, wartime captain in the Austro-Hungarian navy, in connection with the crash of a naval bombing; plane at San Diego, Cal., last September. Kassay now is being held- at Akron, Ohio, on "a charge of attempted sabotage in connection with the new navy dirigible "the Akron" now under construction there.- In the San Diego crash, a pilot was killed when the winga of his plane collapsed. , · . . Kasaay was employed at San Diego at the time of the accifleht to the bombing plane. He was" reported to have told dis'- guised. federal operatives that he was a communist working · under "direct orders from Moscow." Officials here discredited this, angle however. ' Contracts for North Iowa Paving Will Be Awarded March 31 AMES, March 20. U--Contracts for -paving primary roads in Clav Fayette and WInnebago counties will be" awarded by the state highway commission Marth.31, the commission announced today. Bids will be received for 14 miles on TJ. S. road 71 in Clay county nearly 2 miles on primary road No. 11 in Fayette county, and-18 miles on primary road No. 9 in Winuebairo county.* Road Improvement Pushed. DULUTH, Minn., March 20. UP) Improvement of roads in the Superior National forest, funds which were made by special appropriation for unemployment relief, are being pushed so as to be completed before July 1, it has been announced at the federal forestry office here. AUCTION SALE OF CAFE FIXTURES AT THE NEWCrAARD OAFE AT 1 O'CLOCK · ' . , : NEVADA, IOWA I/ , . , . ,,: · ; TUESDAY, MARCH M Thills a very complete Cafe and excellent fixtures suph aa follows: Tables, Counters,' Fountain, Shojv Cases, Steam Tables, Stove»,"IJght Fixtures, Dishes, Refrigerator, 1 Kitchen Utensils, and'many other articles too numerous' to mention.-If yon are-looking-for anything of this kind don't fail to.,come and, tell other Interested parties. L. M. NEWGAARD RUBBARD, IOWA SHEPARD FARM LOANS MR. LANDOWNER: During the nineteen years thla office, has loaned more than ten million dollars ' ; to farmers' in Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. We have a large number of loan companies that give us exceptionally good service. Drop us 'a; line and let us know your requirements. Our loans are made on the regular five-year plan and 'also on the amortization plan with', JiberaJ prepayment options and at lowest interest rates. rWe also. handle city loans on good Mason City; property and have aoma mortgages for sale to investors. Long Distance Ph. No. 284-285 Hugh She pard MASON OITY, IOWA Fqr One Pefson .45- $5 For Two Persons- Onfy ft.OQ Mdiiional-AnyRoom EACH ROOH WITH PWVATft BATH LEXINGTON AVE ,48th$T. Frank Greqson J.Leslie Kincaid Manager 3 President . Direction of American Hotels Corporation. IF YOU Want these your choice will be a things K E L V I N A TO R if you want · rcfrigeratoe that will ice f ««er Own !f you want four different degrees of cold, the correct temperatures forevery refrigeration need ' If you want a rtfrigirator that will be a source of cotutcm pleas- ore and utility for yemn to If you want greater tee capacity; more ftbeif room: modcmJBtk: fit* menu; Kold Keeper, which reduce* pinning cosa; and m bMt of other Kelvinator features If you want Hit fuat in electric rtfirig- eration----then -let your choice be a Kelviaator. We will be glad to 1 ibow toM which bra nude KthinUoctbi choice of tefl. of I h ? u..nd. of wo throughout (he country. TW. m 12 K.lvinitir Model,"-Your K«lviratar can b« «.Di.Co Monthl oonvon«nt w«y to buy th. finejt to Installs This Kelvinator in Your Home Balance--Easy Terms MIER WOLF SONS

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page