The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 30, 1939 · Page 22
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March 30, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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Hormel Burglary in Los Angeles Believed Solved MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE LOS ANGELES, Cal.--When Bel-Air's phantom burglar, Ralph Graham, assertedly confessed theft of $1,800,000 in securities from the home of George A. Hormel, multimillionaire meat packer, police announced solution of what probably was Southern California's greatest burglary. Hormel, acting swiftly after the Jurglaiy'on Sept. 18, 1935, made the loot a white elephant in Graham s hands. The plunder was registered stocks and bonds. Hormel notified his brokers and sale of the securities was blocked. Had Left Mansion Hormel and his wife had left their hillside mansion at 639 Nimes «oad two nights before the burglary. The theft was first reported to private detectives. Los Angeles police were notified on Sept. 21. The theft at that time was estimated at 5500,000. Not until yesterday was the total value, $1,800 000 announced. Graham fold Detective Captain Harry Seager that he finally returned the securities to the owner through an intermediary te $2 ,. ^800,000 in securities into a pi,- THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 In 1935 Hormel denied reports that he had received kidnap threats and that the burglary might have been a step toward an abduction. ' Caretakers There Only a caretaker and his vfife were in the stucco mansion at the time, Mr. and Mrs. Hormel were en route to Austin, Minn., where Hormel is board cliairman o£ a packing concern employing more than 4^000 persons. The burglar failed in a first attempt to jimmy a ground-floor window. He then apparently climbeo. a trellis to a tiled roof and smashed a plate-glass window in the master bedroom. There he broke into a closet vault and took a $500 caracul coat of Mrs. Hormel's. He thrust the lowslip and left behind several oth : er fur coats worth many hundreds of dollars. Ust of Securities Ihe loot reported in were 2,000 shares each of Beatnce Creamery and General Baking stock, 1,500 shares of Bai-nsdall Corp. and 1,200 o£ Life Savings Corp. The plunder included -o 193D 1 000 shares each of Standard of- Cali- loriua, Anaconda, Packard, Pacific Gas and Electric, General Electric, n adl ° Corporation, Otis Elevator .North American Aviation, Great ' Northern Ore, Consolidated Oil Aviation Corporation of Delaware' Arkansas Natural Gas, Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Beneficial Industrial Loan Corporation, Commercial Solvents, Douglas Aircraft McClellan Stores, McCrory Stores' Hat Corporation, and United Air-' craft. Also 500 shares each of Munsingwear and United Air Lines, 250 of Boeing Airplane and lot) of Libby, McNeill and Libby. Brief explanation of our failure to do this or that: We didn't really desire to do it.--Cedar Rapids Ga- zete. WITH THIS COUPON? 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QUALITY MEATS 33c HADDOCK, Fillets, Ib. . . 16c Fancy SHORT RIBS BEEF, 2 Ibs. Fresh SALT f S- SIDE PORK, Ib. . . IOC Fresh GROUND BEEF, 2 Ibs. for Smoked PORK f^m^ HOCKS, 2lbs v . for*5C Genuine Wis. Colby- Long Horn- · fm CHEESE, Ib 17C WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LEUIT QUANTITIES SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE 215 SOUTH FEDERAL A V E N U E Open Sat. Evening Till 10:30 FREE P A R K I N G IN REAR OF STORE

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