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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                II North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home ANB MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FJVH CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT HOME EDITION MASON SATURDAY MAY 25 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 196 FLYERS MEMBERS QUIT British CONFERENCE ON FARM AID BILL FOR 200 HOURS knvoy Will Give Up Importing Liquor House Conferees Await Indication of Sena tors to Yield WASHINGTON May 25 The house conferees on the farm relief bill left the conference today with a declaration that when the senate group was ready to yield on the export debenture plan they would begin arbitration on other phases of the differences The conference after almost a week of negotiations with little progress toward a reconciliation of the differences apparently had reached a deadlock which brot what amounted to an ultimatum from the house group House conferees expressed a wil lingness to reopen the conference when the senate group was ready to have the export debenture plan removed from the bill They have declined thruout the negotiations however to take up any other phase of the differences until this has been struck from the measure The house group left the confer ence room after 30 minutes during which it apparently had been made clear that the senate conferees were not ready to abandon their po sition in support of the debenture plan Ten minutes after the house mem the senate conferees fecenoe there was rib bad feeling and that the conferees had by no means given up for an agreement1 Askeawhether he intended now to bring the question ofdisagree ment over the debenture plan before the senate for further instructions Senator McNary said this was im possible because of the parliament ary situation The senate asked for the con ference he declared and the house has the papers They must act first We can do nothing IOWAN KILLED IN MICHIGAN 19 Year Old Youth Dies After Being Shot by Officer COLD WATER Mich May Grange 19 year old Iowa youth was shot fatally yesterday by Sigmund L Wing Branch coun ty deputy who said he discovered the youth and his two companions tappingthe gasoline tank of his au tomobile Wing tried to fire over the youths head with a shotgun when he mis took a metal tank cap in Granges hand for a weapon Some of the charge entered Granges brain and he died later in a hospital One of Granges companions Wil liam Cooper 19 is held by the sher iff The other B Bpwen escaped The boys enroute to Ann Arbor to obtain work said they had run out of gasoline and money Will Rogers DETROIT Mich May Did you know that the only bill that has really passed thev house and ate and been signed by the president is the bill appropriat ing the salary of the members of this extra session The farmers can grow whiskers the orphans can grow up the tariff can tear out the vitals of of the ers purse boys there want theirs in advance whether they deliver any relief to any body else or not Yours WILL ROGERS P S Fords city of Detroit is going gteat Dont let em tell you any different As Ford goes so go Detroit Boy Returns Thot Mother Might Worry NORA SPRINGS AUNT HET By Robert Quillen If hell is just a myth like that city preacher said I de clare I dont know whats goin to become o some o Pas folks erTuls caused Saulsbury16 year old high school sophomore here to return to hla home five miles north of Nora Springs last night after being gone since Wednesday morning Raymond who left because ho was tired of sticking around home all the time got as far as Man kato Minn when the thot of his mothers anxiety caused him to turn back The youth was rather reticent about giving his intended destina tion but his parents Mr and Mrs Bert Saulsbury said they thot the boy was bound for the home of an uncle in Ortonville Minn He started from home in his fath ers car Wednesday morning appar ently to go to school as usual He left the car in town and was seen by a schoolmateabout oclock walking on the road toward Mason City He told his parents he had at tempted to visit a friend who was illin a hospital but was not allow ed to see him as it was before visit ing hours Upon leaving the hospital he found another young man who was going north and the two set out along the highway where they trav eled by the hitchhike method YOUNG PRINCE IN EFFORT TO TAKE OWN LIFE Parents Refusal to Per mit Marriage Is Cause of Act DARIS May 25 Prince de Saga son of tho for mer Anna Gould was near death to day at a private hospital af tor shoot inghimself eight days ago when his parents refused him permission to wed until he was 21 years old The bullet penetrated between the lung and liver Surgeons operated almost immediately but pleurisy set in and his condition was described today as desperate His mother the Duchess de Tal leyrand and daughter of the late Jay Gould American railroad financier herself announced her sons grave illness and explained his action She said he while at school in southern Franco had met a French girl and fallen in love with her Returning home he asked permis sion of his father the Duke de Tal leyrand and herself to marry im mediately altho he would not be 20 years until July 16 They tried to persuade him to wait until he was 21 tellinghim they had not the slightest objection to the young woman but thpt Jiim tod young to marry He threatened Seeks New Air Endurance Mark was given but his mother did tak him seriously Shortly after she left the room she heard a pistol shot and rushing back discovered he had attempted to make good his threat He was taken to a hospital and Dr Martel an eminent Paris physician sum moned to remove the bullet Prince de Sagan acquired his title recently when his father renounced it The monoplane Fort Worth lower is shown refueling In its attempt to set a new record for endurance flying Tho plane took tho air May 19 and will have broken tho Question Marks record at dusk Saturday night IOWAN KILLED IN PLANE CRASH Farmer Was Taking His First Lesson in Piloting as HOPOFF TIME SET FOR SUNDAY Both Planes Plan to Takeoff for Europe at 8 OCIock OLD ORCHARD BEACH Me May 25 the hopes of their crews are realized tho airplane Green Flash will start for Romo and the Yellow Bird for Paris at 8 a m tomorrow Roger Q Williams aud Lewis A Yancey of the Green Flash and Armano Lotti backer of the Paris hop decided their planes needed only fueling to put them in readi ness i A plane made by the tion corporation of which Williams is president will pair up with a coastguard amphibian to accom pany the transAtlantic planes dur ing the first hour of flight Camaraderie of the two crews has been in evidence Yancey and Rene LeFevre navigators of th2 two pjanes checked their chrono meters together and later shot the sun with their sextants WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for the period of May 27 to June I For the Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri val leys and the northern and central great plains Mostly fair Monday periods of showers middle of week and again at close variable temper ature but mostly near the seasonal normal GAR OVERTURNS IN LOOSE SAND Manly School Teacher and Pupils Slightly Injured MANLY May Daviea high school teacher and a group of students were slightly in jured when the Essex coach MISS Davies was driving overturned ia loose gravel at the edge of highway 65 in the southern part of town about oclock last evening The party was returning from Bayside park where it had been on a picnic Miss Davies turned out to avoid beingstruck y a southbound car driven by Kenneth Davis which had swerved quickly to go round another car parked on the highway All occupants of the car driven by Miss Davies suffered cuts bumps and bruises and wrenching of muscles It is thot no serious injuries were incurred The students in the car were Marcella Rossiter Gretchen Rumbley Berly Cobeen Julia Bartlett and Dolores Dorsey Judge Exceeded His Authority in Case of 6 Year Old Boy Rule PAINTSVlLLE Kyt May 25 CT Judge John V Butcher exceeded his authority in sentencing Carl Newton Mahan years old to the reformatory until he is 21 on a charge of murdering his piny mate Cecil Van Hoose Circuit Judge J F Bailey ruled today on a writ of prohibition filed by the de fense World War Chaplain to Be Ames Speaker AMES May 2S Rev L E Watson war chaplain now pastor of the Methodist church at Nevada will be the principal speaker at Memorial Day services here The Ames Patriotic council consisting of representatives of all local patriotic organizations is ar ranging the program As lo the value of fame ploaae name three men who were guests on the Mayflower during the Coolicige Express WATERLOO May 25 iam Evans farmer livingbetween jladbrook and Beaman was killed astantly at noon today while tak og his first lesson in tho operation of an airplane Carl Lozenzeu Mar shalltown owner of the plane is in a critical condition Tho plane is believed to have crashed on the Evans farm Lorenzen was taken to Marshalltown I SLIGHT HOPE FOR REPARATIONS Fifteenth Week Draws to Close With Little Progress PARIS May fif teenth week of the reparations con ference was drawing to a close to day in deep gloom Eleventh hour conversations in an effort to find a solution for the long pendingreparations problem con tinued but nobody was willing to say that there seemed much hope of success Dr Hjalmnr Schacht head of the German delegation talked with Owen D Young this morning and resumed their conversation after lunch They discussed mostly how the committees report to the re spective governments shall be drawn setting forth agreement on some points and disagreement on others All the experts have agreed that the committeemust separate with the best possible feeling so that tho threads of the negotiations can be taken up by the governments with better chances of settling the prob lems that will still remain after the committee gets thru There was some talk of continu ing the conversations until after the British elections but the experts de clared that politics never entered into their calculations nnd that they would get thru their work as soon as they could Government in Accord BERLIN May 25 no communique has been issued on the result of discussion in the German cabinet regarding the reparations negotiations at Paris the Associated Press has been informed authori tatively that the German govern ment sees eye to eye with the Ger man delegation in looking upon any demands going beyond the propos als of Owen D Young as unbearable for Germany Now as before the decision is up to the Paris delegates who are inde pendent experts the correspondent was authoritatively told The Ger man government in no way tried to dictate to or influence them But if you ask me what government circles think about the counterproposals of he allied experts I must stale frankly that anything going beyond ROOSEVELT ALL RIGHTTOWNER lowan Would Have Served Another Year in Porto CORNING May 25 M Towner 73 who has served as governor of Porto Rico since 1923 expressed neither enthusiasm or dis approval here last night in regard o President Hoovers announcement that he will appoint Theodore Roosevelt Jr to the Porto Rican post ii he had tendered his resigna tion as a matter of formality after the Hoover administration went into office he had been willing to serve at least another year Towner said He had so Informed the presi dent hi the course of a Washington conversation on Porto Rican affairs Towner explained But the appointment of Mr Roosevelt is all right of course ne said I understood after talking with the president that I was not to be reappointed There were many applicants for the post I had served six years and had no particu lar claim on it even tho I had wished to press one The governor will return to Potto Uico June l he said to remain un til Colonel Roosevelt vt present en gaged in a scientific expedition In China reaches the island 1n Sep tember Mrs Towner remained in Porto Rico wiieu the governor came here recently to look over business Inter ests and supervise remodeling of his home His plans beyond September are Indefinite he said DRAG UNKNOWN MAN FROM GAB Machine Gunners Overtook Fugitive in Chicago Taxicab CHICAGO May 25 An un known man pLeadinp for his life was dragged from a taxicab by ma chine gunners early today and dis identity and fate remain a mystery Ernie remember Im a married man Please the victim cried as his captors cornered the fleeing cab and pulled him into their car The name given to police by the taxi chauffeur who reported his LOCAL RUNNERS ARE FAVORITES TO WIN EVENTS Kenney Bryant Moore Win Right to En ter Races By W C PETERSON7 Associated Press Staff Writer AMES May 25 City high school appeared as the fa vorite to carry off the annual state ilgh school track and field meet here today Five Mason City lacis qualified in eight events in which preliminaries were held this morn and and stood a good chance to garner enough points in finals to win While no records were broken ia he trial heats a forecast of excel ent performances in both hurdle races was given Kenney of Mason 3ity and Moulton of Abraham Lin coln high oC Council Bluffs each won his heat in both high and low barriers and promised to battle for supremacy with Kenney doped to ake the low sticks and Moulton the highs Moulton winner of the event last year sailed over the high hurdles In 147 seconds to win hia heat with out competition His time oE 26 sec onds ta the low hurdles was four secondslower than tha orKentieyV buff like the Mason City lad he was not extended towin Wins Third Heat Bryant of Mason City won he bird heat of the high hurdles thereby giving his school the edge n the promeet dope Osborzic of Perry was a qualifier n three events high hurdles broad ump and discus He had the best mark of the entire group in the dis IUS Becker of Roosevelt high Des iloincs and Proctor of Washington ligh Cedar Rapids were favorites o win the furlong due to their 231 imes in the trials Proctor also ip peared as a possible winner in Uie century He won his heat in 103 a time equalled by Smith of Fm metsburg who also qualified in tle 220 Sir Esme Is Back of New Proposition Virginian Appeals to Dip lomat to Help U S En force Prohibition WASHINGTON May 25 Esme Howard the British am bassador is personally willing to relinquish the timehonored privi lege of importing liquor into the i United States enjoyed by foreign diplomats If the United States intimates a desire to cancel the privilege he said at New York last night he will be glad to cooperate with other members of the diplomatic corps in complying It was made clear in a statement ssued by the British embassy here that the ambassador who is dean of the diplomatic corps was ex pressing his personal opinion nnd was not speaking on behalf of the orps The ambassadors statement was rawn from him after he had been hown an article prepared for pub ication in a number of newspapers his morning dealing with corre pondence between Sir Esme nnd James T Carter Lynchburg Va umberman Article Incorrect Claim The article shown to Sir Esme the embassy statement said was neorrect The embassy declined to make public the correspondent without the consent of Carter whi Cook of Keokuk lived up to ex pectations in the shot put his throw of 47 feet 3 inhces being the best of the lot Cook last week betteed the state record of 48 feet inches in winning the event his district meet Summaries Qualifiers High Abraham Lincoln high school Council Bluffs E Hahn Charles City Critzmeycr Kenney and Bryant Mason City Hendricks Fairfield Kitrell West Waterloo Osborne Perry G Preston Davenport Best time loT by Moulton Discus throw Perry Mountain Valley Junction Wilkinson Independence Blackmer University high Iowa City Baird Greenfield Sieves East Waterloo Best effort 129 feet 2 inches by Os borne Shot put Keo kuk Baird Greenfield Steves East Waterloo Allen North high Des Moines Hurst Webster City Pla hen Reinbeck Best effort 47 feet 3a inches by Cook 100 yard dash Mason Smith FEW HOURS ARE LEFT TO BEAT QUESTION MARK Flyers Plan to Stay Up Until Their Motor Fails BULLETIN FOtlT WORTH Texas May 25 Within a few hours of surpassing tho worlds endur ance flight record of tho army monoplane Question Mark K L Uobhins and James Kelly an nounced todny they were re solved to remain siloft 300 hours or more FORT WORTH Tex May 25 The single motored rebuilt Ryan monoplane christened the Fort Worth today was within a few hours of Establishing a new record for sustained flight Every endurance and distance Ilight record known to man and bird will be perched on the wings of the ship at oclock tonight when it will have surpassed by an hour he record of 150 hours 40 minutes ind 15 seconds made last January y the army monoplane Question Mark If successful in breaking the army Danes record the two civilian pi ota R L Robbins and James Kel y plan to sail onward to answer he question put to the Question Mark on it3 flight how long can an airplane stay in the aVv Stick XJntll Motor Falls A copyrighted article rrom Lynch burgpublished by theWashingtoi Post this morning which was not shown to Sir Esme Bays that Mr arter whom it describes as a pro itbitionist sent the ambassadors etter and a copy of his own orig ral message to President Hoover vith a demand that necessary teps he taken immediately to ac ept the proposal of the British am lassador The lumberman questioned at Lynchburgearly today declared he ad not kept a copy of the am assadors letter and refused to omment on it or divulge the con ents of his message to Sir Esme The Posts Lynchburg article says Carter approached President Hoover with his demand armed vith a letter from Sir Esme How rd intimating that withdrawal he privilege of diplomatic liquor vould be gladly accepted and crupulously adhered to In Reply to Carter The gratuitous offerr of the en oy to forfeit the liquor privileges TTJHN TO 8 COLUMN 3 Jlkhorn Hanish Plover Best throw 51 feet lOVi inches by Baird IOWA HAS CHANCE Robbins aud Kelly said ibok off at a m iastfj that they would stay up until tjie motor fails The Fort Worth already has beat en the dirigible endurance record of 118 hours made by tho illfated Trench Dixmude and the distance of the German Graf Zeppelin vhlch covered OQOO miles in Ut tours and 46 minutes on its Jimplng oyage to America from Fricdrich hafeu last full It is estimated the Fort Worth al cady luid flown between 10000 and 2000 miles nearly half way I round lie earth and if still in the air to light will have flowu farther tlmn he Question Mark The records of 30 hours and 7 linutes set last July by Adjt Louis 2rooy and Sergt Victor Croenen of Selglum was surpassed by the Foit Vorlh on the third day of Its light Stay Close to Field Robbins and Kelly are keeping heir monoplane close to Meacham ielcJ tbcir base during the rcmafn ler of the flight to protect records Iready surpassed Records would TUKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN City Miirdy Corning Emmelsburg Pulver and Avoy was fares abduction was virtually the 1 oy KCnncy only clew and detectives were santl White Keota Stempel Fort Dodge Proctor Washington high of Cedar Rapids Becker Roosevelt high ot Qeg Moines Best time 103 by Smith and Proctor Ixw hurdles Kenney Mason City L Hahn Charles City Whinnery Fort Dodge Moulton Abraham Lincoln high Council Bluffs Hemping Davenport Mc Vvoy Washington Best time 254 By CHAKLKS W DDNKLEY Associated Press Sports Writer DYCHE STADIUM EVANSTON 111 May 25 were ideal for recordsmashing ances as more than 300 perform athletes competed today in the finals of the twentyninth annual track and field championships of the western con ference at Dyche stadium The well balanced Illinois team winner of the event the past two years was favored to retain its laurels altho Iowa and Ohio State were give a chance to gather enough points to win The track was light ning fast and thn runways for the pole vault and jumps were in ex cellent condition A warm sun seat down on the field Orval Martin of Purdue captured the first event the mile run stepping the distance in 410 Martin remained back in fourth pos out to run down Ernie Rossi whose photograph the chauffeur said re sembled the gunner It WHS another in the scries of kidnapinjrs and slayings that began with the murder of Sergt Ray Mar tin a sequel to Philip Blumenthals kidnaping a fortnight ago police conjectured Martin was slain as he sought to decoy the extortionists and Wednesday Detective Joseph Sullivan was shot to death in a 220 jiml insh Jefferson Drivall Grinnell Becker Roosevelt Des Moines Moore Ma son City Levandahl Dubuque Proctor Washington high of Cednr Rapids Smith Emmetsburg Pul ver Keota Holtz Dysart Best time 231 by Becker and Procter It road Creston Osborne Perry Slavick Grant high of Cedar Rnpids Martin Lincoln of Des Moines Schmidt Dysnit Un west side saloon brawl possibly Central high of Sioux City Beat while seeking a stool pigeon for jump by England 21 feet 3ij ition until the final lap when he stepped out to open a big lead Stine of Illinois challenged 200 yards from the tape but the Boiler maker star had enough left to out foot the Illini runner Taking the lead at the gun and racing in front all the way Rut Walter of Kokonio Ind won tho 440yard run for Northwestern in 186 seconds Walter had a margin of five yards over Baird of Iowa at the finish The summaries One mile Won by Purdue Stinc Illinois Fields Indiana third Letts Chica go fourth Clnpham Indiana fifth Time 410 Martin secom Stuilonts Honored Iy Fuculty FOREST CITY May Thn Valdorf college faculty was host at a party In honor of the graduat ing class of 1329 which was held at Mabens private dining hall Tea was served and a social hour joyed Weatti WEEKS FORECAST Mostly cloudy Saturday night nnd Sunday probably lounl xliowttrs wanner in rast nnd central portions Saturday night cooler in west portion Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday 60 Coolest in Night 4X At 8 A SI Saturday 55 Then if ever come perfect days must have been spoken of May too For Friday surely was such a day While the days maximum wag 3 degrees lower than that of the pre vious day the nights minimum was some 6 degrees higher The wind was still out of the south Saturday morning and along about midforc noon the sun broke thru the lnyer of clouds which hnd obscured it in the early hours of the day information on the Martin murder inches Mr Youngs proposals ia unanimous1 Rossi was one of those sought for ily regarded as unbearable I nueationing in these killings GfsU Chicago third Strother Ohio Greenfield State fourth Henke Wisconsin iSeigler Varna Linn Van Meter fifth Time IS G10   

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