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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY HOME EDITION JUNE 27 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 224 HOOVER MAY NAME CHICAGOAN f T t0 Hoover Wants for Domestic c Hoover TESTIMONY IS CONFLICTING ON RATE INCREASE Many Witnesses Clamor ing to Be Heard on Proposal BULLETIN WASHINGTON June 37 m that President Hoover had told Win within the last three months that ho was much interested in protection for the domestic sugar in dustry was given before a seti ato finance subcommittee today by Stephen H Lowe president of tho United States Beet Sugar b association I WASHINGTON June 27 senate finance subcommittee told to consider the tariff proposals affecting sugar imports found itself in the midst of the con trbversy which raged around that schedule of the tariff bill in the house and is expected to be char acterized by even more bitterness the senate Altho all four of the finance com nmtees sub committees are busy hearings preliminary to the house tasiff for consideration by tfitfjsenate after Aug19 and of them pre taking testimony on sharply disputed sections the sugar sub committees hearings are overshad owing all in the interest they are engaging Many Socle Hearing Not only are morn witnesses striving to be heard and more dele gations and individuals striving to hear but the cbmmittea members themselves have clearly demon strated their estimate of thesched ule as probably the most controvor sial in the bill by adopting a policj of crossexamining those who ap pear before them at unusual length The controversy hag centerec mainly on the sugar rates voted bj the house affecting Cuban raw sugar imports which allowing for the preferential reduction from the level were raised in the bil to 240 cents a pound as comparcc with the present rate of 176 cents The house bill places the world rate at 3 cents and leaves sugar from the Philippines and Porto Rico on the free list another point bulk ing almost equally large in the con troversy Most of the witnesses heard by subcommittee thus far have either supported the house increases or demanded higher rates but some have insisted on a reduction Bobby Jones Takes Lead in U S Open RINGED FOOT CLUB MAMAR ONECK N T June 27 Finishing the last nine hoJes with an amazing 31 five under par Bob by Jones of Atlanta the tourna ment favorite took a commanding lead today in the first 18 holesof the national open goif championship by scoring a 69 three under par al together for the rugged Winged Foot course It was the first time Jones has ever broken par in the United States open championship a title which he hag won twice Johnny Farrell defending cham pion in the national open virtually eliminated himself today by tak ing a disastrous 84 12 strokes over par for the first IS holes of the 72 hole test The titleholder went out in 46 with an eight on the eighth hole and came home in 38 Charles Hilgendorf of Grosse Point Shires Mich sprang a big surprise by finishing the first IS holes in par 72 to take temporar second place Leo Diegel national professional champion playing for the Agua Ca liente club of Mexico moved into the leading group with a 74 mad up of alternately poor and specta cular golf Sarazen champion In 1922 came home in another par cracking march totally fl oneunderpar Tplsee Jones The Italian finished the las mnein 35 after going out In 36i GREETING YELLOW CAB AIRWAYS PLANE BARTLETT IS LOSING OUT TO McCRARY Want 5Cent Bate Many also have sought over vig orous objections frsm others for large Increases in the duty on black strap molasses which now enters under a rate of one sixthrof a cent a gallon A rate of five cents a gallon is being urged by the American Farm Bureau federation and similar ad vances have been advocated by others while those taking an op posing view bold that the granting of these demands would injure many industries by addinggreatlv to the cost of alcoho AUNT HET By Robert Quillen There wouldnt be so much clivorcin young folks never went in debt for no kind n vehicle except the kind you push from behind OMAHA FIELD CLUB OMAHA June 27 new transMissis sippi golf champion appeared prob able today as Arthur Bartlett of Ot tumwa Iowa the defending title holder finished the half way mark cf his 3G hole quarter final with Ills former caddy Bobby McCrary of Des Moines 4 down Bud Maytag millionaire golfer from Newton Iowa finished his 18 hole round with Carl Mogenson Omaha youth 1 up shooting a 75 to his rivals 78 Their in cards Maytag 443 444 Mogenson 434 544 Nathan Grimes of Denver finished 4 up on Logan Van Zandt of Tulsa Okla at the end of the first half of their quarter final match The Denver medalist went the route in 74 one over par to get his margin Van Zandt reyuircd a 7S Went Round in 12 The sandyhaired Scotchman from Des Moines whizzed around the championship course in 72 one un der par to gain his wide advantage and to sink the champion in a had hole for their final round Bartlett took a 75 TheBartlettMcCrary in cards ttcCrary 134 443 Bartlclt 344 454 Bartlett wasoff form in his put ting while his rival sank them from ill angles and distances Denmar Miller DCS Moinca wits t Tip on Larry Moeller of Quincy TOURING PLANES MAKE VISIT TO ALGONAS FIELD Arch Peterson Forced to Halt at Wesley Re joins Armada EntMElSBUHG June The Iowa air goodwill tourists after a brief visit at tho local airport arriving from Algona about 2 oclock took oft for Cherokee their next atop ubout 3 oclock this afternoon From there the planes were scheduled to stop at Sioux City for tho night A LGONA June 27 Iowa airtour stepped hero for a three tour visit and a luncheon with the chamber of commerce today Tue lyers settled on to the airport about a m Archie Peterson Mason City orced to halt at Wesley necausb of notor trouble yesterday rejoined he tour today but Jack Walton vho was forced to land at Ventura ecause of similar difficulty had not put in his appearance when the lyers reached here SEIZES NEAR BEER W Henry l0 aro W H Hathorn E H Warner SplKv w V S I Loomis Harry B Heeler C F Kriz pictures on sports page WIN IN DOUBLES WIMBLEDON England June 27 Tildenand Mrs Molla Mal ory veterans of the American in vaders seeking the British tennis hampionships at Wimbledon won heir opening match in the mixed loubles today from Von Kehrlinjj f Germany and Miss J Jamison nhe score was 62 62 Helen Wills and Francis T Hun er eliminated Miss Tyrcll and A Brown 61 00 Betty Nuthall of Great Britain vas defeated in the womens singles y Mrs Leo Michell formerly 3eSffy Saunder also of Great Brif in 63 G3 Mrs May Suttnn Bundy and Miss jMarjorie Merrill of the Unitud States defeated Mr Tiber and Miss Lewis of England G4 63 Wilbur Coen and H Timmer the AmericanHolland combination de feated the Italian team of TJ L ASK DISMISSAL OF BEER CASE ecision Over Legality of Selling Malt in Iowa Up to Judge DES MOINES June 27 legal difficulties no longer impend ing a postponed hearing on con demnation of 150000 bottles of near beer was to come before Municipal Judge J E Mershon this afternoon Altho the case was set originally for yesterda3 John B Hammond dry crusader who obtained seizure of the near beer last Saturday on its arrival from Manitowoc Wts and the state attorneys office asked delay to prevent possible legal irregularities from invalidat ing the records Claim to the near beer which court officials said must be filed three days in advance was not en Iowas western boundary at Sioux City was the goal today for the 50 planes in the second state air tour which took off from here this morn ing First however the squadron was to make short stops at Algnna Emmetsburg and Cherokee As the planes left Fort Dodge Mrs Muril Hanford of Sioux Cay and the three musketeers of Wa terloo were believed tied for first place In elapsed time An official check however had not been rn uounced Fort Dorlge was host yesterday not only to the air tour pilots but to Clarence Chambcrlin Iowas most famous aviator who flew across the Atlantic in 3027 He stopped here enroute to Denison to visit hia parents leaving the local airport in a heavy rain at 6 p m Contrary to early reports he was not accoriipanied by Charles Levine his transAtlantic passenger whom it Is understood he is estranged Levine and I speak but never when we are together was Cham berlins comment on their relation ship Five Powers May Join in Navy Confab WASHINGTON June 27 formal conversations on naval dis armament now in progress in Lon don may lead to a conference of the five leading sea powers well in anI W A V E R L Y Associated Ptess Piota John Hammond dry worker and former DCS Molncs police chief obtained a warrant to sel7o 10 carloads of near beer Ho based his act on an Iowa Inn calling malt liquors Intox icating HAUGHLANDAND FLIGHT RECORD 2 Minnesotans Say They Wont Come Down Until July 4 PLACE ON U S FARM BOARD IS OFFERED LEGGE Harvester Executive in Conference With President UTASHINGTON Juno 27 plane on the federal farm board has been offered by President Hoov er to Alexander H Legge Chicago president of the International Har vester company Leggo called today at the whlla house and conferred with Mr Hoov er for nearly half an hour upou lb9 possibility of his accepting member ship with the board It was said later at the whtta house that no definite conclusion had been reached and that as yet tho president has made no definite appointments to the board Legge has been recommended to tho president by agricultural organi 7atioos as the members oE the board to represent general business Besides Mr Legge the following men are considered to be on the pre ferred list for appointment to the board Carl Williams of Oklahoma Citv editor of the Oklahoma Farmer Stoclcman C B Denman of Missouri presi dent of the National Livestock Pro ducers association Charles C Teague of connected with iho league Wells vice president F H Peavey find company grain dealers Minneapolis MBJ Arthur P ICnapp of Lake Charles La a banker who has hart experience in financingexportation BULLETIN MINNEAPOLIS June 27 II oclock today Owen Maughlancl am Thorwald IThun ilcr Johnson had piissed thelv ono hundred and second hour In lie air in Ihclr finest for a new Worlds record for an airplane refueling flight MINNEAPOLIS Time 27 Nearing the 100 hour mark in its effort to set a new worlds rec ord refueling flight for airplanes Minneapolis piloted by Thunder Johnson and Hie Miss Thorwald VISIT AT WESLEY j WESLFY June flying armarla nf tlie Iowa goodwill tour left the field yesterday for Fort 1 Dodge flying low due in the of o v ii v iiiu iiuitvv Waterloo Man Crowded rain olmidi Pilots stnlcd thev wcro nhin Irt n From Road by Unknown Autoist not able tn make an altitude more than 500 or ROD feet Demorpurgo G4 61 nnd Del Bono 73 Charles Cityan Named vanco of the meerng wilch is to be held in Washington early in 1931 under the terms of the Washington arms conference treaty While representatives of the Brit ish and American governments are taking the lead In these conversa tions the other thre pan France and bein kept fully informed of the situation and their doplimatic representatives are participating to an extent Whilo there is much ground to be covered before a disarmament con ference can be held President Hoo ver and other adminislartion offi cials appear tn be encouraged by uuu en uiais appear tn ne encouraged tore until Tuesday The postpone the outlook and information here is ment provides the necessary lapse that there is a sincere desire on the of time it was part of the five governments I come to an agreement supplemental LI I r n suu Head or Optometrists rileci of time it was understood Motion to dismiss the case on the ground that the consignment was an interstate shipment and not in the hands of the consignee when seized was filed by attorneys for the Manitowoc Brewing company Hammond seeks to condemn the beverage on the basis of an Iowa statute which forbids the sale of malt liquor He obtained an infor mation and a warrant yesterday in the municipal court clerks office charging an officer of a brewing establishment with violation the state law but early today had not to that reached here in 1922 Many factors enter into tho tiations with the one foremost in the discussions now that of whether the reduction in naval armament which is sought shall apply to cniis eiK alone or to cruisers and battle ships ov to all classes of fighting ships including destroyers and sub marines One plane was delayed in getting I off by a broken brace on the mag ncto and didnt make the hopoff and was killed i bakery at Waterloo had gone when hi1 truck wai crowded off the grade on primary road No 2S a mile and a half north of here late yesterday after noon Towiisley tttcmptcd to jump but was caught under the running board as the truck rolled over on its side An Illinois car driven by Rich ard McEaehron of Worth III also crowded off the road by the car which speeded on Townsiey who was married and lived in Waterloo wvs on his way there when the accident occurred The truck was only slightly clam aged i Turkey and Rumania Dispute Over Island ADAKALT Rumania June ITil tiny island situated pictures in the Danunp almost at tho entrance of the Great Danubian rfej fie known as the Iron Gates hasl It may hn that in advance of a become a subject of renewed dispute general conference in which the mi betwnnn TitrVm ri val experts of the various govern ments would participate there will be a meeting of the diplomatic rep resentatives at which an ngreemeni would he sought on the rlassen of shins whirh would be af LI l GIU WCU Ul3 between Turkey and Rumania Hayficld Mans Ciir Burns HAYFIELD June 27William i Broziks sedan caught fire and i burned while he was enroulc home y flonl Hollnndalo Minn Wodncilnj rectrrl and perhaps tho tonnage limii evening Th car was a tola 1O tations in cadi category jTho cause or the blaze is unknown Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS June See the Lindberghs are flying west They have their camping outfit with em IC someliodj lands in your back yard anrl you smell bacon frying It wont be a soul but Annie and Charley He the first ana tor to carry his own cook Lucky for avia tion that he picked that sen s I b 1 f girl Where w n u I d we have been ROGER he had married some girl that thot her husband was too valu able to fly Sec where Fletcher our am bassador to Rome in retiring He always struck me as being about the hast man we had Yours ROGURfi Owen Haughland early today flew thru rainstorms which had begun early in the night As the plane passed Hie 03 hour iolal this morning officials at airport reported the single motor appeared to be functioning perfectly With more than half the neces sary time elapsed toward setting a new record the Miss Minneapolis last night gave up its system of lap Hying temporarily Since the start at 15 a m last Sunday the plane has covered an 30mile course between Minneapolis Hastings and North field Haughland and Johnson it was indicated decided to take all possible precautions against termi nation of the flight as the opportun ity ncared to beat the record of 172 hours 32 minutes ant one second net recently at Fort Worth Texas It was estimated the plane had been flown 6600 miles After last nights refueling notes were dropped by Haughland and ROBBERS SHOOT NIGHT OFFICER Policeman Told to Put Up His Hands Draws Gun Instead MENOMINEE Wis June 7 I PI Harding night policeman VM shot and wounded by robbers he in terrupted as they were looting the Herman Michaels Clothing store early today The men flee without any ioot Harding was not seriously injured Harding wag ordered to put un his hands when lie opened the door of the store after finding it un locked Instead he drew his gun and fired five iimes before beiW wounded Authorities believe Hard ing hit at least one of the men sinca blood was found on the floor of the IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Thursday night nnrt Friday preceded by fun lerstorms Thursday afternoon nnd Thursday night In extreme Pfist portion nit much chance In temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGasi6tte weather figures for moppeu ny Haughland and OA lor 8 I m their crafts performance John son sairl the Miss Minneapolis was good for 200 liourH more in the air Another note informed the world that they would not be down until July 1 14 AH 70 54 HAWKS ON TRIP ROOSETOLT FIELD N T Tune 27 Frank M Hawks took off at a m E E T on a round trip flight to Los Angelts TURN TO TAGIi 11 COLUMN 1 GLOBEGAZETTE FIGHT RETURNS PARTY WILL START AT 8 OCLOCK The GlobeGazettes fight re turn party is scheduled to begin at 8 p m Blow by blow returns of the SchmclinfrPaullno bout will be announced In front of the ttlobcGaretle building on PJat Stale street m Thursday Warmest Wednesday Coolest in Nlpht At 8 A M Thursday Knlnfall A most welcome rain it wag tiat descended intermittently during iha afternoon and night Wednesday At oclock 15 of an incn of precipi tation had been registered in the GlobeGazettes official rain gauge anrl an additional in of an inch fell during the night Thursday morn ing the nun wan smiling again and vegetation which had begun to show the effects of about two weeks without a nubatantial rain was reg istering appreciation for the drinl receiver Wednesday   

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