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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1929, Mason City, Iowa Edited fot the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES WOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY H Q M E EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE KEPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 221929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 220 j BUREAU FRESNO POLICE MexJ ASK ARREST OF RECORD SEEKER TARIFF BILL Government Again Friendly to Church on Transcontinen Schoenhair Makes lump off tal Flight 4 T OS ANGELES Cal June 22 request from W G Walk chief of police at Fresno Cal for the arrest on a bad check Lee Schoenhair trans continental nonstop flight record seeker was received here this morning a few minutes after the aviator had taken off for New York A telegram from Chief Walker to the police here said that Schoenhah had been sought for SO days In formed that Schoenhair was on his way to New York the police said they would forward tha message to authorities there In a telephone communication Walker later said he did not know the exact amount of the checks in volved but that it was fairly large He said he would not ask for extradition of the flyer from New Tork but would await his return to Los Angeles Frank E Titus general sales manager for the Pacific Goodrich company which is sponsoring the LosAngelesNew York flight of Schoenhair said the fictitious check charge must have resulted from mistaken idenity Tries for New Record METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 3S ANGELES Ca June 22 Schpenhair took at 3 41 iiSfSJ on a proposed nonstop Biifght from Los Angeles to New York in an attempt to break the transcontinental record of 18 hours 21minutes 59 seconds Loaded with 485 gallons of gaso line the LockheedVega monopalnc left the ground after almost a com plete run across the airport field and disappeared in the darkness Schoenhair who hopes to eclipse the mark held by Captain Frank Hawks was delayed in his takeoff by more than two hours when the plane was slightly damaged in a collision with another craft as it was being taxied on to the field The pilot planned to drop mes sages at the cities he passed en route so his progress would be made known Huge signs oa the landing fields at Scott Field Belle ville HI Lincoln field Cincinnati Ohio and at the airport at Harris burg Pa were to notify tho flyer of weather conditions ahead Letter to Major A letter from Mayor George Cry er of Los Angeles to Mayor James Walker of New York was carried in the plane The pilot took only a small supply of liquid food and sandwiches for nourishment r A new motor cowling designed to cut down wind resistance was in stalled on the plane and a new rubber paint for the wings and fuselage was expected to add to tha speed of the craft The plane had a Wasp motor with a top speed es timated at betwwen 185 and 200 miles an hour By his takeoff Schoenhair a veteran southern California pilot ended prospects for a transcontin ental nonstop race with Captain Hawks They originally expected to take oft about the same time but Hawks who has planned an attack on his own record said he probably would be unable to get away before next Monday Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS June All the papers out here are head lining how many heat prostra tions there are in the east No use publishing il for its so hot out here that yj nobody abh to read it Its not the heat I mind Its the perspiration Ramsay Mac DoualO the new ruler of Great Britiic took an air plane to go to his work in London That should be a les son to some of wilt men WILL RQGERF who thjnk thejr lives are too valuable to the country to risk flying J P Morgan after settling how much Germany must pay France yesterday arranged a five hundred million combine be tween Fleishmans yeast and Blue Jay corn plaster and hopes in the next few days to include Gillette razor blades and Boston Garters Yours WILL ROGERS MAY SUCCEED MABEL SPANISH AIRMEN AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Bein big an hcaltliy lookin aint so bad except you cant get no sympathy for a pain in your side FOR NEW YORK Flyers Arrive Safely at Azores on Westward Journey BULLETIN CARTAGENA Spain Junn 22 were received at the airfield here todiiy that Maj Ramon Franco and his companions expect to renew tltsfr flight to JVew York to night The Spanish transAtlantic airplane of Maj Ramon Franco and his three companions was reported lato this afternoon to have landed on tho island of San Miguel in the Azores this morning MADRID June 22 a morning passed in anxiety as to the safety of the Spanish transAt lantic flight under Major Ramon Franco word reached Madrid short ly before noon today that the air men had arrived in the Azores this morning The news was received with great enthusiasm at the Cuatro Vientos airfield and at the aero club where a crowd had gathered in anticipa tion of word from the airmen A first report that the aviators had landed in the Azores came ear lier today from Lisbon where It had been relayed by the Portugtiese warship Vasco Da Gama There had been considerable per plexity here whether Major Franco would attempt a nonstop flight to New York due to the abseuce of definite information His plans called for refueling and rest in the Azores LeaveCartagena The flyers left Cartagena on the south coast of Spain at p m yesterday a m C S ex pecting to make it to Punta Del gada Azores in about IS hours ar riving at a m Azores time 2 a m C S Lack of any official news of the TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN C Tho post oC assistant attor ney gcnefal succeeding Mrs Mabel Walker Willcbrandt re signed has been offered to Thomas J Harktns AshuvJllc K Car TJ S attorney for the western district of North Car olina AsBeat Yanks 7 to 3 in First of Two Contests YANKEE STADIUM YORK June 22 Athletics defeated the Yankees 7 to 3 In the first garne of a doubleheacler hert today as Rube Walberg pitched strong ball against Fred Heimach and Roy Shcrid Jimmy Foxx ami Gordon Coclirane supported Wal berg with home runs A crowd of 70000 saw the game Home runs by Syrd and Lary in the ninth saved tba Yankees from a shutout of Neair Beer M for Dry Spell DBS MOINES June 22 long dry summer loomed for the near beer drinkers of DCS Moines today because one man found a clause in the state law few sus pected exisited Yesterday it seemed there would be plenty of refreshing near beer 150000 bottles of it rolled into the city in twelve railroad cars making up what is said to be the largest shipment ever made in the middle west But John B Hammond former Chief of Police studied the statutes He quoted court decisions he said made it illegal to sell malt liquor of any sort regardless of its alco holic content or intoxicating quali ties in states with laws such as Iowas And so a m a hearing will be held to de termine whether the 150000 bot tles of near beer which came from Manitowoe Wis shall be spared for those who relish it or shall be emp tied into the Des Moines river In the meantime police guard the cars The bottles are not to be dis turbed except a single case which will be taken out for testing to see if it is truly malt liquor That to Hammond today appeared a mere formality for he pointed to signs on the cars which arrived decorated with bunting sayingr A true malt beverage next Wednesday at 10 WATERLOO MAN DIES IN CRASH Car Figuring in Accident Thot to Have Been Stolen at Algona FAIRMONT Minn June 22 One man believed to be Harry Dean of Waterloo a laborer is dead two others who were injured are in a hospital here anU county authorities are seeking a fourth man as the result of an automobile accident near the IowaMinnesota boundary line today The car involved in the accidert is believed by police to have been stolen at Algona One of the injured who said he was Ed Sullivan Wat erloo declared the occupants of the car were himself his brother Harry Sullivan and Dean Harrv Sullivan police said fled In the automobile of a farmer Joseph Buchan while Buchan was administering to the inquest The other injured man is Dr H A Miller of Fairmont hurt when his automobile struck a stray horse on the highway as he sped to the scene of the accident His injuries were not serious Police reported they found five tins of alcoholic pre paration known as canned heat in the wrecked car DAWES TO HEAR GIBSONS PLAN FOR REDUCTION Ambassadors Will Meet to Discuss Naval Policy BULLETIN WASHINGTON June 22 rT of the interested naval pmvers were fully Informed of the nature of the speech which Ambassador Dawes made on tho naval question In London Tuesday prior to its delivery It was learned in high official circles today that Mr Dawes after conferring Iremler MacDonalil called on the Japan ese and French ambassadors tho Italian charge daffaires in London and the Canadian high commissioner and showed them a copy of the speech he later delivered WASHINGTON June 22 For his future discussions of the naval reduction question in England Ambassador Dawes is to have the benefit direct detailed informa tion from Ambassador Gibson who first set forth the American pro posal that a new formula be work for evaluating the strength of sea power as a basis for further disarmament jiegotiatjpns Joned at Brussels and headed the American delegation at the Geneva meeting of the league of nations preparatory disarmament commis sion has been authorized by Presi dent Hoover to go to London next weelc to discuss the situation with Dawes He will inform Dawes on the current status of the situation before the commission and also will give him full first hand details of the formula proposal and its ori gins That information undoubtedly will prove valuable to Dawes during the continuation of the AngloAmerican negotiations now under way which will Tomain directly in his hands for several months at least Meanwhile American officials are convinced that no naval disarmament conference between the two na tions is probable iu the near future even though Prime Minister Mac Donald does come here in two or three moutha They regard predic tions that such a conference is in prospect as shooting beyond the mark especially In view of the presidents position that agreement on a new formula for measuring naval strength is necessary before such an undertaking could be ap proached with hope of success The working out of that formula now in the hands of naval experts of the various powers will require some months of study and negotiation LEADS ANTISMITHS Associated Press Photi Dr William Moseley Brown psychologist of Washington and Lee university has accepted the gubernatorial of tho AntiSmith demncratle convention in Virginia lowan Denies He Suggested Third Party WASHINGTON June 22 A1 Senator Brqokhariof Iowa a re W NATIVES CROWD TO CHURCHES TO OFFER THANKS Mexico Is Restoring All Property of Clergy and Church BULLETIN VATICAN CITY Juno 32 word of settlement of tha Mexican religion contro versy was borno to the Vatican entourage today by the Asso ciated Press and was received with great joy Even the closest collaborat ors of Cardinal Gasparri papal secretary of state were kept in Ignorance tho pontiffs deci sion on tho terms President Porto Gil and Archbishop drew up and forwarded him MEXICO CITY June 22 Mexican religious question which trouble the peace of Mexico for the past three years has been solved by an agreement be tween the government and the church By the accord the Mexican gov ernment permitted a broad interpre tation of the religious laws which the Roman Catholic church found a satisfactory basis for resuming services in Mexicos Catholic RUMOR SAYS THAT CAPONE PLANS TO START FOR HOME CHICAGO June 22 word was around today that Al Capone would be home next week Charles Fischette Capones cousin and Jack Gusik who has often been called Capones bus iness manager returned yester day from Philadelphia where Scarface Al is serving a years sentence for gun toting Just say Al will be home next week said Fischetti Legal ac tion that will lead to his releasa will be instituted in the Philadel phia courts next Wednesday ONTARIO POLICE HEAD AFRAID OF RIVER SHOOTING Will Recommend Greater Number of Men on Border the reactidharjrpreaa had ihterpretcfl his recent remarks about the desir ability of the progressives having candidates for congress as a sug gestion for a third party I had made no mention of a third party he said dn a statement I now see their purpose was to cover up the fact that they had already organized a third party of reaction In the senate on the tariff bill the standpatters of both parties have joined together However I think the vote on the Borah resolu tion together with the public an nouncement by senators shown ithern to be clearly in the minority The senator said there Is an acute political situation at the pres ent moment A third party already has been organized he added not of progressives but of standpatters The Borah resolution to which he referred proposed limiting tariff re vision to agricultural products Tl was defeated by a vote of 39 to 38 MGLURE ADMITS TALE WAS FALSE Accused Man Puzzles Sheriff With Confessions and Denials SANTA ANA Cal June 22 P L McCIure 57 year old Long Beach real estate man accus ed of slaying Mrs Myrtlo Wood Long Beach widow last night puz zled Sheriff Sam Jeraigan with a bewildering mixture of admission and denials McCIure admitted to Jerntgan that his original story of a holdup near Laguna Beach where Mrs Woods body was found and of his subsequent kidnaping by two men was false He admitted that he drove his own automobile to San Diego crossed the international line Into Mexico shot his hat full of holes and wounded himself in the head to make it appear that he had been attacked McClurc was arrest ed at Tla luana He continued to de ny that he had killed Mrs Wood but expressed willingness Sheriff Jernlgan said to plead guilty to her murder McCIure declared that Mrs WoJ had killed herself while they were sitting together in his car near La guna Bench He said he fled and concocted the holdup story because he feared he would be pharired with her slaying JUDGE AND MRS CLARK INJURED Are Taken to Mercy Hospital Following Collision on Clear Lake Road Judge J J Clark and Mrs Clark were seriously injured Saturday morning when the Peerless sedan in which they were returning from Clear Lake collided with a Buick se dan driven by Mrs C H Wilkins Cedar Rapids who with MrWilkins was on the way to the Shrine con vention at Spirit Lake The accident occurred at 10 ocloclc on the Clear Lake road east of tho National Clay Products plant The road is under repair at this point and it is thot that the acci dent resulted as the cars met and endeavored to pass at a point where a third vehicle was on the highway Judge and Mrs Clark were taken to the Mercy hospital where it was found that Mrs Clark was suffering from severe shock us well as an in jury on the back of the neck at the base of the brain Mrs Clark was also lacerated on the face and her right side was badly bruised At tending physicians say that she may have internal injuries Judge Clark suffered a fracture of the fifth rib on the right side a badly bruised chest and a bruised right sbln Both Judge Clark and Mrs Clark are receiving treatment at the hospital Mr and Mrs Wilkins were unin jured The Peerless driven by Judge Clark which waa rolled over thrae times was Buick sedan demolished and the as badly damaged between President Fortes Gil and two eminent Mexican prelates Mori signor Leopoldo Ruiz y Flores arch bishop of Michoacan and Bishop Pascual of Tobasco Simultaneous statements were is sued by the men concerned last night thus bringing toward an end the religious stalemate of the last three years Croud Gives ThanUs MEXICO CITY June 22 Mexicans moved to happiness as hree years ago they watched with foreboding crowded to their churches today to give thanks for settlement of the acute phase of the nations bitter strife own zempoa zuchitl and heap ed high around Guadalupo near the the altar at the capital the thank offering of a now smiling people to their patron saint Some the blossoms were brot from as far as the floating gardens at Xochnill o While the government moved fast to permit return of churches ana church property to the clergy for the first masses June 29 the bish ops themselves announced arrange ments to bring tho countrys priests back to their parishes Agrees With President Archbishop Ruiz y Flores of Michoacan who with Bishop Pi cual Diaz of Tabasco yesterday TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 6 RANGERS HUNT TEXAS CONVICTS Called to Help Find 15 Still Missing After Prison Break BRAZORIA Tex June 22 With 28 of the 43 convicts who es caped from the Clemens State Pri son farm early Thursday accounted for Texas rangers were called on today to aid in the search for the 15 men still at liberty The body of S W Martin con victed at El Paso for forgery was recovered from the San Bernard river yetserday It was believed he drowned in an attempt to swim the stream Four other convicts were wound ed two seriously when they were recaptured The other recaptured prisoners are held In close confine ment WINDSOR Ont Juno 22 Reenforcement tho water front patrol and search of rum craft for weapons during the Unite Statesoffensive against Detro riVer liquor smuggUngf waarTirge today byAlfred E Cuddy depiit commissioner of Ontario police After inspecting export dock along the Canadian side of the Do troit river from Lake Erie to Lak St Clair Cuddy said he would re commend to Attorney General A H Price that additional officers b stationed along the Essex count water front as a precaution agains shooting on the river which migh result in serious complications He said he considered search 9 rum runners and their craft fo weapon and other contraband a mal ter Dominion customs in spectors in which Provincial polic could assist No Boats Found No armed rum runners or boat were found at any of the expor docks he visited he said Cuddy wa sent by Price to survey the Detro river situation Cuddy also investigated the ric clling of a Canadian pleasure oral by machine gun fire from a Unite States customs patrol boat a days ago He said after inspectin the craft that It never had bee used in liquor smuggling The nam of the owner was withheld Charges of attempting murde await on both sides of the river fo the rumrunners who opened fire o a customs patrol boat last Wed nesday Believed to Be Americana On the Canadian side Cuddy said that if they are identified charges would he laid against them in On tario courts He said he was con vinced the persons involved were Americans I am sure that our people arc not mixed up In this he said the persons who are doing the shooting are from the other side They arc mighty hard to catch with arms on their persons when they are over here Walter S Pelty actingcollector of customs for Detroit said that if the men were captured in Canada their extradition to face charges of attempted murder In Unlter States courts would be demanded Another clash between rum run ners and the customs patrol was Indicated last night when firing was heard on the river about 12 miles south of Detroit CONTENDS PLAN FALLS SHORT IN AIDING FARMER federation Asserts More Protection Given to Industry WASHINGTON June 22 American Farm Bureau i ition today entered a protest1 1 gainst the house tariff bill con ending it failed to provide adequate atcs on many agricultural commoI dltics and fell far short of the pro ection accorded other industrial roducts i Cheater H Gray legislative repf esentative of the Jiederation told a onate finance subcommittee that j adjustment of rates as between agj ricultural and industrial products ias been promised by leaders of j oth political parties and that j this adjustment has not been ac complished in the house bill j Other Goods Higher I A comparison of the present an4 louse rates on agriculture and cessed commodities he I showed an average rate of protec ion on farm commodities of 2990 per cent an increase of 405 pep cent as compared with 470T per cent on manufactured goods an in crease of 504 per cent j Two other methods of comparlsort were used Gray said and neither of them showed a material lessening of the spread between farm anJ factory rates of protection Gray on behalf of the farm or ganization submlttefl a number of recommendations foe rate changes Svblctt T TJChan fees Iiive cattle weighing1 less than SOU pounds 3 cents per pound over 800 pounds 4 cents cream 60 cents u gallon flax seed 84 cents a bushel dried fruits cents a pound but not less than 45 per cent ad val orem cherries fresh 4 cents a pound unpitted or unstemmed in brine 8 cents a pound pitted or stemmed in brine 13 cents n pound marschino cherries 14 cents a pound Dried beans cents a pound prepared or preserved cents a pound white potatoes 1 a hun dred pounds Canned tomatoes tomato paste GO per cent ad valorem Hay 56 a ton alfalfa seed 6 cents a pound red clover seed 8 cents a pound Live and dressed poultry 10 cents a pound fresh milk 8 cents a gal lon but not less than 40 per cent fid valorem Police Ask Relatives to Bring Girls Home CHICAGO June 22 Carney and Mary Murray both 10 of Burlington were taken to a po lice station here and their parents were notified to send money to re turn them home They said thev to The poor man has one consola tion When he dies he leaves just as much as the rich one does He leaves it Rnpids dnrette Ackley Voters Decide for Movies on Sunday ACKLey whether or June 22 Voting not to have Sunday movies Ackley yesterday approved i them by a vote of 286 to 123 BANDITS HOLD UP MAIL TRAIN Two Robbers Halt Southern Pacific and Escape With Loot MARTINEZ Cal June 22 A Southern Pacific local train cnroiuc from here to Tracy was held up near McAvoy this morning by two week probably warmer tosvard close men who shot and wounded J H of week One or two shower periods Barnes tlio engineer and rifled mail WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for the week be ginning Monday June 24 For the upper and middle Mississippi and owcr Missouri valleys and the north ern and central great peratures mostly moderate first of IOWA FORECAST Cloudy Saturday night thun derstorms Saturday afternoon or Saturday night in cant and south portions coaler Satur day in enfit and south portions Sunday partly cloudy to cloudy LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday g2 Coolest In Nigh I 65 At 8 A M Saturday 61 Altho much of the time Friday the wjnd was from the north the mercury succeeded in climbing to 82 At 8 oclock Saturday morning the temperature was S degrees lower than at the same hour Friday and the sun was fighting a losing fight thru most of the Cor loon Rain appeared to be in the offing just as it was Friday oveuing but there was nothing more than a Urn sprinkle likely I sacks of all rectal ered
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