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May 9, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 9 1934 FIRE DAMAGES OLDEST HOUSE Lack of Water at Belmond Handicaps Firemen in Fighting Blaze. BELMOND, May 9.--Fire of an undetermined origin badly damaged the frame addition to the brick house, known as the oldest house here in the west part of town Tuesday afternoon. When 'discovered, the fire had destroyed the kitchen and a room upstairs and the dining room. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Galloway and daughter, who occupied the house were not at home. There had not been any fire in the kitchen range. The local fire department was handicapped by the lack of water, as there are no water mains in this part of Belrnond. The trucks, sent to get water in tanks, were delayed in returning by a freight train coming into town on the Chicago Great Western railway. . A strong southwest wind blew the flames away from the main part of the house which is of brick and was built in 1857 by.Archie Du- · mond, tfie first settler here 'and for " whom 'the town was named. " J. W. Balridge, who owns the bouse, lives with the Galloways. Subpoenaes Prepared - for 35 Witnesses in Dillinger Aides Trial ST. PAUL, May 9. --Sub- .poenas for 35 government witnesses ·were being prepared today as government preparations treat forward for the trial" Eext Tuesday of three 'persons charged with conspiracy ,to harbor Join BSHii^ar. The defense indicated it iroaM summon an additional 20. « Defendants i2 the csse are Dr. Clayton May sixi Mrs. Augusta ·Salt, Minneapolis- physician and nurse alleged to have treated the desperado for wounds and Evelyn Frechette, girl friend of the fugitive. The' scientist who declares gold may be secured from the ocean evidently priced a summer cottage with an ocean frontage. -- Greensboro (Ga.) Herald-Journal.. SUN'S RAYS BLAMED FOR FAIRPORT PILEUP One was hilled and live were injured when this Bock Island frieght train left the tracks at Fairport, Iowa, Sunday as the result of what trainmen believed was a "sun kink" in the rails. Orson Mitchell of Seymour, town, was killed In the wreck. Fifteen car s left the rails and the wreckage littered the scene for over 700 feet. (Iowa Daily Press Photo). ROOSEVELT ASKS OIL LEGISLATION Want Measure for Control of Production Passed This Session. WASHINGTON, May 9. UP)-President Roosevelt said today he wanted oil production control legislation at this session of congress. Secretary Ickes has indicated favor for the measure of Senator Thomas (Okla). The president has not declared for any specific bill, but he made it plain he believed legislation necessary to curb the warring industry in its own interest. Japanese who has offered to teach Huey Long jiujitsu overlooks the fact that the Louisiana senator relies on his- vocal organs for self defense.--Philadelphia Bulletin. Des Moines Woman Killed When Truck Tips Over, Hits Her DES MOINES, May 9. #--Mrs. Sadie Frazue, 43, was killed today when a truck overturned and crushed her as she was., walking along the side of a highway. The driver of the truck, Merle Park, was injured critically. A witness told police he believed Park swerved his truck suddenly to avoid hitting a dog on the highway, causing the machine to turn over two or three times. Real Estate Transfers Bolk, Esther, to Minnie Mors $1.00 QCD an undivided 2-9 interest in 7.65 acres in Cerro Gordo county. May 4, 1934. Morse, Theresa, to Minnie Mors $1.00 QCD an undivided 2-9 interest in 7.65 acres in Cerro Gordo county. May 1, 1934. RADIOS PHILCO MODEL 54-C 5 tube, automatic volume control--a little set with big performance--take it to the lake with you this summer FLOOR SAMPLES at Greatly Reduced Prices For a. few days we're going to offer some of the best "buys in radios we've ever shown! These sets are just like new-the fact that they are floor samples, and that we need the room accounts for the sensational prices. MODEL 60-L LOWBOY PHILCO A big set at a midget price! This is a 1934 set, will get police calls and is a real buy. Complete with tubes, at S-Tube .General Electric This is a 1933 model (latel, a set famous for its beautiful tone and all-around performance--splendid cabinet. $39-50 $29.95 All-Wav.e Philco Gets police ' calls, foreign stations, amateurs, etc. This is a rock-bottom, close-out price! $39.50 And Other Bargains! Small Down Payment Puts a Radio in Your Home! Balance on Easy Monthly Terms PHILCO FARM MO0EL SETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE . . . CERRO GORDO MAYTAG COMPANY FHOXE 2067 SEVERAL MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM 22 SECOND STREET TV. FRUIT CROP IN GOOD CONDITION wo Million Bushel Apple Crop Seen for Iowa by Herrick. DES MOINES, May 9. UF-- owa's tree fruit crop is in excellem ondition, despite the drought, R. S [errick, secretary of the State Horticultural society, said today. A preliminary survey indicates that the -apple, cherry and plum rop will be 80 to 85 per cent of a ull crop, he said. This would mean n -approximate 2,000,000 bushe pple crop. On this basis, with Missouri esti .ating a 40 to 60 per cent yield owa's apple yield probably wil qual or surpass that of its chief ompetitor, Herrick predicted. The drought may have caused looms on some fruit trees to drop ff earlier than usual, Herrick said ut no real damage was suffered Excellent weather for pollination f the blossoms was a big factor in aiding tree fruits, the horticulturist asserted. Orchard operators also were aided by the co-operation of eekeepers in solving the pollina- on problem, he said. With th tate's population of wild bees dim mishing steadily, Herrick asserted he problem of pollination oth'erwis would have been an acute one. The outlook for peaches grown n Iowa also is fairly good, Herrick aid. That for pears, however, wa ess promising. Drought, however, has damagei ;he · smaller fruits. Not more than ne picking of strawberries can b xpected from a field, he said, un ess rain is received soon. Ordinarily hree to a half-dozen yields are an icipated from a berry patch. HELD ON BONDS Ejections on Iowa Falls Proposal to Be Made May 15. DES MOINES, May 9. OP)--State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh today set May 15 for a hearing at Iow» Falls on objections to a city council proposal to issue $40,000 in bonds o finance a sewer disposal construction project. The sewer disposal plant would be financed in part by the public works administration. When first opened to hearing y 2, a petition of protest was jresented signed by 112 Iowa Falls citizens. Murtagh wilt conduct the second hearing before a final decision is reached. Objectors contended the present sewer outlet system is adequate and that a new one would incur unjustifiable expense. Flue-cured tobacco growers of North Carolina have been promised rental payments totaling more than $5.000,000 from the federal government for reducing their production 30 per cent this year. Probe Explosion at Des Moines Bridge DES MOINES, May 9. UP)--Police today were investigating two explosions which last night caused slight damage to a new bridge and an uncompleted house here. Several sticks of dynamite were used in the explosion which ripped up an approach to the four mile creek bridge. A bomb placed in the basement of a house blew out a small portion of the partition. 6 MEN INDICTED IN BANK FRAUD 5 Former Cleveland Bankers and Ex-County Official Named by Jury. CLEVELAND, May 9. #--Five former Cleveland bankers -and a former county official were indicted by a federal grand jury today on charges of making a false financial statement and using the mails to promote a scheme to defraud. The latest indictments, climaxing a year of investigation by department of justice agents, center around alleged "window dressing" of statements of condition of the Union Trust company and Guardian Trust company, which went into liquidation following last year's national banking holiday. Those indicted today were Joseph R. Nutt, former chairman of the board of the Union Trust company and former treasurer of the republican national committee; Wilbur M. Baldwin, former Union Trust president; J. Arthur House, former Guardian president; A. R. Fraser and Harry C. Robinson, former Guardian vice presidents, and Alex Bernstein, former chief deputy county treasurer. Flames Damage Auto. ALGONA, May 9.--Fire originated from a blow torch left in the garage caused a damage of about $100 to a Ford car, tools, and a slight damage to the garage, at the Austin Witham place on N. Hall street Tuesday morning. The damage is partly covered by insurance. DIAMONDS-WATCHES CLOCKS and JEWELRY at Close-Out Prices OUR ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE Livergood Bros* 110 NOKTH FEDERAL AVE. BUY GRADUATION GIFTS HERE--NOW Soys Learning to Breed New Com. in Floyd County CHARLES CITY, May 9.--A new project is available for 4-H tab members this year which iromises to be intensely interesting according to George Thorburn, as- istant county agent, who is dividing his time between Butler and Floyd counties. The corn club pro- ect is one of the oldest in 4-H club work has been rejuvenated by the nclusion of corn breeding along with variety testing. Each boy will learn the general principles and rules which determine corn breeding results, will learn how to do hard crossing of corn, and will know what to expect when certain crosaas are made. E. Boys'4-H Club Tours Scheduled in 90 Iowa Counties AMES, May 9.--Ninety Iowa counties have so far reported to the boys' 4-H club department in the extension service at Iowa State col- lerge that their 4-H organizations are planning county tours, picnics, judging demonstrations and camps during the next three months. Tours are' the most popular summer activity, John Quist, state club leader, said today. On the tours the boys--often with their parents--inspect club projects and see what others are doing, and to acquire methods of improving their own work. The tours may include visits to beef, pig. dairy, sheep, colt, poultry and corn club projects. This year's tours, Mr. Quist said, are being planned to involve less mileage and fewer projects but to ] select "more representative" projects. P. P. Reed, state leader who attended a tour in Wapello county last week--the first educational tour of the year--said that baby beeves are in better condition than usual at this ssason. Several breeders who had sold calves to club boys accompanied them on the tour. Former Eesldent Buried. PLYMOUTH, May 9.--Earl Seidel of Albia, former resident of Plymouth, was buried here Sunday afternoon. He was a cousin of Mrs. ' George Suell here. 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