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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                I Ncrth Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FIN AU NO 109 COOUDGE CRUISER BILL Col Lindbergh Will of Morrow CREW AWAITING CALMER SEA TO RESCUE SAILORS TwentyFive Men Are on Board Doomed Japan ese Vessel DUTCH HARBOR Alaska Feb Wllis Japanese steamer NankoU Maiu lioiered oft tlie rockbounfl Aleu lian Islands fighting a heavy storm loday as it awaited an opportunity to resells 25 men aboard the doomed Jap anese freighter Meiyo 5laru Not far away a third Japanese ves sel tlio Alloway with one crazed member of her crew aboard was be ing driven toward destruction on the recks Seas Prevent Rescues The Tsankoh Maru reached the Meiyo Maru late yesterday several hours af ter the latter had broadcast weak sig nals that she was poundins to nieces on tho rocks of UgamaU Island Be cause of heavy seas the rescue vessel was unable to assist her but stood by waiting for the storm to subside Thirty three members ot the crew ot the Alloway were picked up in lifeboats by the steamer Montauk yes lerday aCter an unsuccessful fiveday fight against the storm The Montauk had been trying to tow tlio Alloway to Dutch Harbor When the tow line broke and the vessel began heading for the rocks oCitjfliraaK Pass the Montauk helpless ship but the lat ter vessel niado a safe getaway while all except one member ot the Allo crew took to lifeboats The crazed member ot the Alloway s crew a man named Poiey refused to leave tie doomed freighter No Hnpes for SliP The Allownya dragging anchors caught on a rock n few yards oCC shore and at last reports she was holding there with Poiey still aboard Tho Montaidc reported that the an il rliors would soon give and that the ll Alloway doubtless would be pounded lo pieces The captain oC the Montauk declared he would not endanger his own ship further in an attempt to tako Poiey from the vessel Poieys companions said ho had fought them when they tried to take him into a lite boat Both the Alloway and the Mciyo Maru were on Ihellway to the Orient The Alloniiy was lo liavo been scrapped upon reaclnns her destina tion Jardine Takes New Job Will Become Attorney for Fruit Raisers Secretary Eliminates Himself for Cabinet Post Again WASHINGTON Feb 13 retary lardine eliminated himself as a possible member of tho house cabinet in a formal statement today announcing that he had accepted n position as counsel for the federated rvuit and vegetable growers Secretary Jardlno has headed the agriculture department thruout the Coolidge administration He stood with the president in all ol tho con troversy over the equalization lee in the vetoed MeNaryUaugen farm re lief bill There were reports more than year ago that lie would accept a pine with Florida fruit interests who wer then organizing a marketing rw limlino will have headquarters Washington The secretary is the second lucnibe ot tho Coolidge cabinet to express fcsiro to return to private life aftc Mirch 4 Secretary Kellogg some tin aeo made It known that he would n remain as head of tho state depai WEDDING BELLS FOR LINDY MAY BE WISE SEATTLE Feb here drlarcd txlay that the oiler who refusal to abandon tlio freighter Allo wny with 33 inemhers oC the ITCW off the jMctian islands yesterday may not be insane as reported but per ban rather wise Brief radio advices from the steamer Montiuk which rescued tho TURN TO FAGK 2 COTTJMN BANDIT GANG UNDER ARREST Confessions Lead to Appre hension of Baltimore Murderers rHHAD13LPHIA Feb IS Ono oC the most highly organized ang ot criminals in the city was be lieved to be umlor arrest loday in the persons six men whose concessions according to police cover the recent slaying in Baltimore of Benjamin liams aged grocer and seven robber ies in Philadelphia John Haivis 22 ot Chester Pa a Herman Lcboivitz US and Leo Mercer Philadelphia were arrested at Folsoni Delaware county lust night when their automobile crashed into n telephone pole Information was obtained from them which led to tlio arrest early loday ot Joseph Crane Samuel Schwartz find Theodore Davis all of this city Tiarvis and Mercer are said to have confessed to the Baltimore slaying llarvis said ho came from Holland where he attended a university am where his father was a promine public official He declined to s his real name Anne Morrows Wedding to Famed Flyer May Take Place in Mexican Capital Brief Announcement Made From American Em bassy Mexicans Expect Visit From Lincly and His Mother hoped today that Col Charles A Dwight W 1S May Be in Mexico Cily Aews of the had been often miicii In Medcana said This is a great pleasure to me As o am ven fond Sth these yours people A Mexico been or the romance I hop Will Rogers NEW TOnK Feb most human thins I read in the papers today or ibis month The reform school in New Jersey save a homecoming and alumni nicotitis where men heen COL LINDBERGH JOINS IN HUNT 200 who had there hoys lots of them now prom lent come back and told what they were doing Some b r o t their wives aml families w i t b em Ono told that WILL ROGERS he served five years there fur larceny and was now a bir contractor installing burglar alarms in banks and was bonded for 5130000 It didnt give their names but It ouslit to for 1 believe It would endear everyone of their standing in their home communities It would at least be a chanse from th old success formula 1 started ns a newsboy rrivo New Jersey WILL SHIPS MUST BE BUILT WITHIN NEXT 3 YEARS 15 Cruisers and One Air plane Carrier to Be i Constructed WASHINGTON Feb idge today signed naval building bill calling for the construction of fifteen cruisers ami one aircraft cari rier 1 The presidents approval was sivmt in spile ot the measures clause quiring tluit nil Hie vessels la laid clown by July 1 I31which lie had1 opposed His opposition lo this pro1 vision was based on the view that it1 called for expenditures at tuUiie datesi with no advance knowledge as to I condition or tlio treasury when they j would lie made In addition lu providing for the con stvnction ot the vessels the measure Colonel Lindbergh whose engagement to Miss Anne Morrow daughter of the United Slates ambassador lo Mexico was announced in Mexico CityIt is expected that the marriage will be solemnized within a few months Friends See Miss Morrow as Ideal Mate for Lindy Fiancee Is of Old Type Prominent m College Life IOWA FORECAST IS A TJnscltlcu1 tilglit nnil Thursday probably occasional unow rlslnc tcmncralurB Tlinrs ilny and in west and central por Imns Wednesday nisht LOCAL STATISTICS nifjbcUapCtto weather figures 2 hour period ending at S oclock a m Wednesday Hishest Tuesday 16 Above Lnwcst in Night Below At 8 A M Wednesday 12 Below Trace of Snow Altho thnro wcro evidences of a do tlra to warm up a bit Tuesday the mercury Tuesday night descended to 13 below zero a figura which In Lie ordinary winter would be worthy of some consideration for cold honors But this year It Isnt good for muic than passing notice HOOVER MIGHT LEAVE MONDAY Announcement to Depart for Washington Surprise at Belle Isle MIAMI BEACH Fla Feb 13 PresldenllSlecL Hoover will return to Washington either next Monday or Tuesday it was announced today at ia proInaugural liome on Belle Isle WIillo Hoover had Indicated before 10 left Washington that he cxpectei o return soon after Ihe miiirtto o February he had not sliited this in tentlon publicly and Hie announce mcnt today caruo ns somewhat oC iurprise Recent economic changes as viewed by a committee headed by the presi dentelect vere anliiccts for considera tion by Hoover and four mrinuera of lie group nt a conference ibis inorn i Tho committee1 finding as lo eco nomic changes and developments were lo ho presented by Albert W Slinw ot Chicago Shaw called at tlio Belle offices of Mr Hoover for a short time yes terday after the la tiers sudden change of plans resulted In his return y automobile from llio birthday rcie Lration of Thomas A Edison nl Fort Myers Miinclicfltcr Itank Closes MAXCITKSTER Fob IS First National bank closed at Ihis morning No reason bal been givca by noon T D firalinrn Is presi dent and Frank B cashier NEW TOKK Feb IS Anne Silencer Morrow the future Mrs Charles A Lindbergh described by friends today as an ideal mate for the Hying colonel Both arc of tho old fashioned type contrasted to the modern napnei nd tho sliclhaired youth ot today But Miss Morrow is not adverse to a it ot fun and to her Intimates is tnown as a laughing frolicksomc oting woman Just as Slim Unfl jorgh in his mail flying days wa mown for his practical iokes and larnilcss horseplay Born in Englewood X T n onablo suburb across the Kudsc from Xcw York Miss Morrow is 2 years old five feet five inches tall ha large brown eyes and dark brown un bobbed hair The colonel is 1 yoai old more than MX feet tall and blonde Both are Iresbylerians rnpular nt CnlTcec At Smith college Northampton Muss from which rhc was pradiiuted last yoar Moriow wns one of tlin most popular girls of hflr class He sides sbowintr n decided nptitulo in her slndios she was prominent in many social and extra cnrrieolar ncllvittes Hho wrote I lie ivy day FOUR for her elae anI n senior well She was a memhcr oC lite rjiib j the Tnleriialioniil nolallons club the Alpha fraternity and was an usher nt tho junior prom Her mother Mrs Elizahclb Culler Morrow is a trustee of Ihn collego j Alliio kuonn as a studious Jonng woman Anne isless so than her slsior Elirabelh a ffiw years her older who ls a leacher at Hie exclusive Dwlglil school for girls at KliBlewood Anne iii saidby friends to lx fond of attrnc Uivo clofhes and to hivo a greater in terest In people tlinii books STORE OWNER WARNED BOMBED VIeat Grocery Dealing in Wrecked KBNOSHA Wia Feb IS combination grocery and meat mnrltot which police said dealt extensively in grapes was partially wrecked lato last night by a bomb The Angellcl and Toe warred about a year ago to set out of tlio racket Twomontlia later eight shots wero fired thru Hie store windows by Rtm men wlio drove pnst Into at nlulil lon AnRclici son of Allinrt told Io liic bo knew Ihe names of the bombors nit that ho wan afraid iio would lo bumped off if he revealed them Flight from Havana Is Made in Two and Half Hours BULLETIN ISIIAMf Fla Fell IS American Airways Inc an nounced Here early this afternoon flint K 11unlen Lieut Steven Callawiiy hud been rescned ly an aiiKimnhilo ferry novlheast if Key West from the amphibian plane in winch they were down ycsterta Neither hud been harmed altho hey had drifted a nisht n the disabled craft MIAMI Fin Feb 33 rhavlcs A Lindbergh bopped here shortly after noon today In join in n search for an amphibian piano in which T Dunten operations man ager or ranAmerican Airways Inc and Lieut Steven Callaway pilot left Havana for Miami yesterday and which was believed lo havo been forced down in Hie BUlf of Key est Submarine Tender Milliard was as by the commandant ot the Key West mivil base to assist Ihe iind cutter Tallanoosa in Hie sen roll I Altho poovisibility was said to be handicapuins tho searching party little anxiety for the safety ot llio missing amphibian was expressed Searchers expressed tho belief Hint it was rcstine OH calm waters sheltered by keys in tho vicinity of American It was believed to have be come disabled in some manner late yesterday whilecruising in that vicin ily which is southeast of Key West Completes Airmail Fliclit MIAMI Fa Feb 13 With Hie simo air ot unconcern that lins cd all his exploits ot tho nlr Col bold them nearer their hearts and wish them more happiness llian we Mexicans These two families and these two young people arc very dear to ns They have our best wishes tor nd I knowtliey will have a happy larried life Senora ISrnostina Calles Tlobinson daughter ot the former president and friend ot Miss Morrow was especially i happy over the engagement I told I you so one remarked Arrives From United Slates illsa Morrow who arrived with her mother yesterday from tho United States after ft 37 hour delay at the scene of the dynamiting oC the presi dential special Sunday in Guanajuato wag extended felicitations by a small roui of Intimates who dined at the embassy last night In view oC the announcement of the engagement Mexicans look for two visits shortly one from Colonel Lind bergh himself and the other from his mother Mrs Evangellno Lindbergh Mrs Lindbergh left Constantinople a few days ago where she taught ohem stry in the American college for the niteil States It is presumed that her somewhat early return was made in view or her sons approaching mar riage Both Mrs Tlndlierfrh and her KOI ave widely Known n Mexico she hav BISON LABOR BILL START OF ASSEMBLY ROW Lewis Fights Proposal to Extend Contracts Indefinitely TUKN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN Germans in Reparations Stage Center Schacht Presents Berlins Position Regarding Reparations 113 Feb 13 third n of the experts committee on reparations got under way at H oclock this morning with the German delegates apparently still to occupy the center of the stage In the confer MOINES Feb 13 Tlio Iowa senate tliis afternoon lv a ville of ifl to in repealed the pro vision in llio slale liuv denying prciserulhlK attorneys Ihe right In refer In llio failure if i defendant to tnlin tlio witness standin a criminal case liy 1 C KAHTACK Associated Press Staff DIOS MOINES Ieb IJ at lenipt lo strike leaa liian a dozen YOU HAVE IT FIRST IKMliimslralUm it the tendency ot his news lo break evening iiBWSiiaiiers is furnished In this port ot the uvcslrtenffi siKniiiS o the cruiser hill Tho iirinlcd this news 18 Hours before any morifniK newspaper oonlaui Ui the item vrilV reach this lem tory In tact the lonus on so caueil tuorning newspapers ure closed a tew hours tliose ol nlternoon paiwra and four out ot five of their items luve alreuoy been handled ty ilia afternoon pa To flint the itiovnins pur reuclics readers oil tile IuF ft is published is o prcsupposu nn asdmisliiilK ilPRreo of in llio readiiiK Hi Kvoept in tlicir nwn iimnelinlc iwulily the ferin nKiniiiis iiewsnniicr is a misno mer Iniiif on ihe flimsy device of inedntiiiK Its din nriurnoicus lint pefs Kin first brcnlf on of I Inreally iinporlant lieu 3 fills for an International agreement establishing llio rights neutrals at Uea In time of war under an amend ment sponsored y Chairman Koran of llio foreign relations committee and Senator Reed oC Missouri Nd Ceremony at to tlie mcVisur the last major legisla tive project if his administration few mlnutef aficr lift bad The Mil causing I lie commotion was sponsored by G 1 Vnn Burcu ones cmimy a new legislator and ccks to cxteini Indefinitely made by tlm state boaiv of control to niiinutacluiT tioinmoIUies for trade liy striking nut llio provision in thelaw states Uiit such cunlracts must expire on July 1 next After a heated session in the house loaril of control committee the Mil to tlio floor of that braiiili of he with a eomniiltfe recommendation for passage Lewis Bill marlcc a flrirlpq IindUerBh closed another nacc of history today when he lanrtcd hero inrlliiB his flight ranama onco room The German delegates appeared well abend of time and with arms full of portfolios crammed with papers Tlii was regarded ns in evident prcpara tionn for luestions from oilier dele follonlns prescnlntlon of Uic ciermnn cas yesterday by Dr Hjai mru Schacht reijlisbanU president Schacht has tnHcn tlie position Germany cannot maintain tho pay Tl US TO PACE 1 COI01N 1 i IN TRAIN WRECK Swiss Express Crashes Into Train From Paris at Bucharest ViKNNA IVb 13 Laljor officials includins J C Lewj sciigcrs were injured today wlicn president of the Iowa Federation rlst awissArlbers ciiircss from Two Army Flyers Sel Altitude Mark DAYTON Ohio Feb IS flyers In an old army piano rearhed an unofficial allilllclo of SOnftfi feet from field yeslerday and brot down willi them an accnnnt f condilinn above I hi wlncli Ions havo liut never luive Itecn able lo prove 10 riyrrrf Tiouteiinnt Johnsoii nnl Capt A W SlfVPlls pilot mid plviln iirr fmvod tic furl at Norton field Cohiin lha mail ChirHlcristfcally I lie si Mrsjli still iecliind to discuss the new nay attempt aio licforo bis forthconiing mcnts today iirmiaBo ID Mlss Anno Morrow rlau htcr of the American lo Mexico which was announced last night in Mexico City Iment schedule laid out under tlio Iawca plan nil ho and bis colleagues to reinforce ills arjii Similar ISrpiirls Claim Dr Scliacht took Ihe floor at Ihe opening ot tlio mectinpr and continued his cxplanalljn of Hio sltnaiion night in Mexico cxplanaliun or tho sltnaiion in When tlio wlieeln of bis amphibia n np IWPH on Ibc fact that plane touched laoriila soil at m thtrp vnj IO SIJ h dirarenco he llio colonrl ioiinilecl out nn airmail s fi c ftnil r llirr Humors Hint Colonel Lindbergh was iuleresled in the Morrow per almost from Ihe time be first met them a year agii in Ills first svrnl I TURN TO IAGE 2 COLUMN 3 Americas nnrl linking llii tw from lo 1 diOs trum tlie cpmt olt snilint 1 imp conef Tlio round trip Feb I when tJiidlviuli winged EOiilhwail lo upon Ih route which the TViiiAmerican Airwiys plans to riilcnd inU Suiith May Visit City HAVANA and James tilcadman uC Cily fongiit llio bill uusuccesafnlly in committee The opponents of tlie bill alguecl from tile standpoint that tht mcasmo seeks to placo prisonmule goods into perpetual competition with iuinrnotlities mndo by Union labor anil will seriously delay complete operation of tho stateuse plan approved by a prvious legiplativo assembly By staleuso is meant that gooilo maniifiirttircd by prisons shall he Jiy anil tmvnsbip jorninciual units anil not placed in tladn clinncnls lnbor IH represented by the niimn st cfinlinsent is nor adverse to ii iliUnso Plan and is artUrly pomot Ibis ppRivim by tlie ylnte biarl if to Iuclinresit crashrd into a local r train near Tnllenorbach tril Tho fast train maldns nti hour when the acrilnnt ook Ambulances were l ilalicd from lwririB Ibn vccont of Gllbrn iseut l for ns thnc was the cuncluslons clravv n from from them ilherl wlm still nbeil nfle an iiltaeli or inthieiira Ifi AUNT HET By Robert Quillen J5S The inslriiniriits nltncbeit t tli pin no used in many test and allilud hisbts indientrd that tliV haci iuslKd an nlliinrto onlipacbimr record of frrt hrd li y Ticut C Cnmplon f bo lnilr1 navy No rrenrl claimed rules or tho FeUrrlliou Arrnu i rnternatinnalc rivrtvilli that ill laml at Ihc flou from which it left j tlio carlli 111 i j lrouscl tcMly lo whether Col hut us n matter ot course irl A MiKlbergli would fly 1ir Selisicts fellcw cxp nitrnl Thr board ilesiics t comrinls for mnUing rl Ins and fiirnitnrr hecairw such coni Iracis nnnirilly add thousands oC 1I lars to the stales general revenue Van Ituren IMTonris Hill Van Hdnii v bo rfMdlH at Anamo in huni of dm slrilo rcforniiitory f and is PXpucted t lie hinrd by iM of not on a tuiinal iiritatiun Mexico City o visil bin fianece Mss confused by 1 noiired forth of figures tntivfl Fred lcvricn of llumholdt iiinty Oiiposint the proponents poured forih hourly ivspectinK The I In Ibililinil lo ay aliout the iDneernlnK Ihe Hi in confininff his voiimv They expected to examine uukH to aviation lie outllnod a fllsht statistics in manuscript but there ap TIHN TO IAGE 2 COLUMN 1 i TLKN TO 1AOli J COLUMN 5 Tleprisentnlives ly lrml Allen o L B iVln Virtually ited l t une up i entire UIF bill uici order of busi TlUX TO iAGE I COLUMN 4 Emmie pretended sli was just doing her wcckl clcnnin but people tba wash bod slats aint atte cobwebs   

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