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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                V Howard County Towns State Budget Director to Celebrate Fourth on iour of MASOTT CITT GLOBEGAZETTE CRESCO June is not to celebrate the Fourth this year but Is giving place to other Howard county towns which are planning big celebrations Lime Springs thirteen miles to the northwest will have a bfg par ade oration and various kinds of sporta Frotivln 12 miles south of Cres co has prepared a program with patriotic addresses parade ball game and other sports A free open air movie will be given In the even tag They say the dangerous age of womenIs 18 to 19 and fromthen on There is no danger in buying our FURNITURE Every thing wo sejl is fully guaranteed Damon Igou Co DBS MOINES June 28 Oscar Anderson state director of the budget Is engaged in atourof inspection ol all state institutions The director who last spring for the post left vacant by the death of E L Hogue will visit all of the institutions under the jurisdiction of the board of edu cation and those under the board of control Anderson will include in his itin erary as he goes a tour of state parks inorder to familiarize himself with conditions in the parks All of the information gatherd will be reduced to a permanent recl ord to be used in compiling the next budget he stated Garner Woman Iowa Delegate June Thom as McMahon will start Saturday night forGalveston Tex as one of the six delegates from Iowa to the convention of the Catholic Daughters of America Mrs Mc Mahon will spend Sunday in Kansas City with Mr and Mrs Tom Whit taker former Clear Lake residents Miss Ella May Murray regent of the Brltt chapter will accompany Mrs McMahon Plane Now on Sixth Day of Record Flight FROM PAGE I I shudder to think how near dry we were I was looking for the motor to quit any time At 9 a m they had been up 124 hours A defhdte far extra value In our buy a used car you be sure the price is cot fat ahoTB the actual worth of tht or to allow the dealer to recoup an excessive tradein allowance Under the Ford policy there Is no incentive for this sort of the price of new Ford car is so low and the whie so high unreason able concessions are hardly possible We allow the buyer of a Mode A JIMS whet bis old car is worth and we offer that car for sale en the same bansModel T Fords are re conditioned throughout and guaranteed Prices for othec of cars are based on the Mrrice you will get from them Right now we are offering nn cmzl bargains in unused trans portation Stop In today and look orer these and Whippet Cabriolet Pontiac Coupe Leissring Motor Company Phone 922 If you would judge modern fairly think how this country would have turned out if the pioneers had beon like Rapids Gazette HAWKS BEGINS HOP BACK TO NEW YORK METROPOLITAN A IR P O R T rOS ANGELES June 28 hours and 14 minutes after he had landed here establishing a new non stop transcontinental flight record from New to Los Angeles Capt Hawks took off again this morning in an effort to break his ownmark fora westeast cross continent aerial dash Hawks flew from Roosevelt field to Metropolitan airport in 19 hours 10 minutes 32 seconds yesterday shattering the mark of 24 hours 51 minutes set last year by Capt C B D Col Iyer and Harry Tucker Hawka had expected to take ofl again after about an hour and a hall and fly back to New York in about 14 hours thua crossing the conti nent twice in 36 hours Trouble which appeared In the plane while mechanics were groom ing it for the return ed him from taking off on schedule First the stabilizer had 1o be re paired Then a leak in the carbur etor was found to be Irreparable and a new one had to Jbe obtained When Hawks took off for New Yorkat oclock this morn ing he was out for speed declaring he would In New York in 14 hours going to fly high perhaps 12000 feet and give her all shes got he said My course Will be the same as the westward flight the more im portant cities in the line of flight being Flagstaff Ariz Albuquerque Wichita St Louis Terrs Haute Columbus and Pittsburgh If Hawks reaches New York In 14 hours he will have flown from there to Los Angeles and return in alittle more thari 40 hours and will have smashed his previous record of 18 hours 21 minutes 59 seconds for the transcontinental course from west to east Such a schedule would bring him to his goal at p m easterndaylight time THE NEW FORD Quick as a flash on the getaway NO NEED for us to tell you how quickly the new Ford accelerate You can see it any day in traffic Few cars any price are fast on the getaway Come in auid arrange for a demonstration Youll get a real thrill in driving the new Ford because it is so alert and and so easy to handle under all conditions Roadster Phatton Tudor SeJtn Business Coiifw Coxpt Sport Coupe wlthrumble itat For Jar Sedan All trie I e t DttroU flu thrt tar frtljfit ni ffnrrf gumftn ini tffre tirt txtrt LEISSRING MOTOR COMPANY Penn Ave at First St S E IN THE sultry dusk of Summers evening at the end of aiong hot day when the very thought of eating much less cooking a hot meal just wilts all appetite away there is real and downright relish in a supper of Cold Cuts The very freshness and the coolness of the s 1 i c e s in their sum mery array in va riety to pique the pal ate tempts the ap petite anew Served with some refreshing salad and a bit ofcool ing drink such a supper is a treat Particularly enjoyable is this kind of meal when prepared with care and served in the pleasant surround ings of our dining room MASON CITYS JENSEN STILL UP EVENING DINNER In season and in seasoning our Eve ning dinners Invari ably please Daily change in menu brings some new de light each time 50c to SODA GRILL A Delightful Place to Dine 16 South Federal TTieres a Real Appeal in Every Meal ROOSEVELT FIELD N Y June 28 monoplane Musketeers was crawling thru a heavy fog over Long Island today in quest for a new endurance re fueling flight mark with Its crew unmindful of the tragedy which be felU The Answer Viola Gentrys plane which took off last night in another assault on the record Martin Jensen pilot of the Three Musketeers saw the Answer disap pear into the fog however and in a note dropped to the flying field asked What happened to Viola I saw her disappear at low altitude Am worried The Three Musketeers was re fueled at 7 a m The operation was carried on 2000 feet In the air as the two ships were forced to climb above the fog bank Jensen later dropped his note which in addition to the query con cerning Miss Gentry requested that a hand drill some wood screws and a counter sink be sent up as the top of the Three Musketeers cabin had loosened 6000 See Air Tour EMMET5BURG June crowd estimated at 6000 greeted the second Iowa annual air tour at Emmetsburg Thursday The park ing space set aside in the 80acre air field was packed and the auto mobiles blocked the roads on three sides of the landing field The TriState Airways plane driven by James Barwick of Sioux City was the first plane to land The Swallow driven by T H Con nell of Wichita Kana was the sec ond plane to reach town and the Iowa made plane the American Eagle piloted by Ray Schenck was the third planeto arrive The Emmetsburg field was pro nounced one of the best in the state by the visiting air pilots The Three thrilled the crowd with several stunts and the graceful landing of the other planes and the beautiful takeoff when they left town amazed the spectators There wasnt a single hitch in the program from the time the first plane arrived until thelast one departed at There were 29 planes in the caravan that visit ed Emmetsburg Seeks New Record MOLINE 111 June 28 Phoebe Omlie of Memphis Term will make an attempt to establish an altitude record tomorrow after noon at the Moline airport she an nounced today BERLIN RESENTS ALL BLAME FOR STARTING WAR Organizations Protest Continuation of War Guilt Lie BERLIN June 28 On the tenth anniversary of signing of the treaty of Versailles with its charge of blame for the World war the German nation today staged or ganized protests at continuation of the war guilt He President Paul von Hindenburg headed the signatories to a state ment which termed today a day of mourning and rejected the asser tion that Germany alone was re sponsible for the war With the exception of the Rhine land where an interdiction of the interallied Rhlneland commission interfered there were demonstra tions of protest all over the nation Nationalist opposition in the relchstag strengthened probably by the manifestations yesterday pre vented prolongation of the defense of the republic act requested by tha government The defeat will make it legal for former Kaiser Wilhelm to return to Germany at expiration of the present act July 22 Papers in Mourning German newspapers appeared with borders of heavy black mourn ing and one Berlin organ Her Tag surrounded scenes from Danzig Posen KattowUz and Straasbuig with borders of chains A huge sky In the west end of Berlin ad jured German citizens to unite in repudiation of the war guilt lie There tenseness In the sit uation which led the government to request that its functionaries high and low refrain from joining in the public demonstrations the authori ties fearing unpleasant conse quences President von Hindenburg himself refused numerous invita tions to preside at meetings called to hold the shameful treaty up to obloquy Chancellor Mueller contributed an article to todays Vossiche Zeitung relating his experiences as one of Germanys signatories to the treaty He said the moments of signing were the most terrible of his life Demonstration Planned A great outdoor demonstration was planned for the Berlin stadium at p m when the reichstag will open its doors to a joint mani festation of German patriotic soci eties One of these the Kyffhaeuser and claiming to be the greatest as sociation of exservice men in the world called upon the gbyemnient to have the confession of guilt Goold Still Claims Right to His Wine CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 ter private homes for the purpose of determining whether fruit juices were fermenting unless it was es tablished that the beveragei were to sale twtaional datedMayli Senator Gould wrote Jw I come from a prohibition state and I am supposed to a prohibitionist but I am about loyal to the prohibition ele ment as some of these southern are to the democratic arty While I am from a prohibi tion state and find It is not policy to be too outspoken as to my statements I dont mind telltoK vou and the worldthat I believe ali censefor light wines and beer would be a great improvement over the present prohibition law Voted Against Jones Senator Gould who was elected In 1926 to fill the unexpired term or the late Bert M Fernald voted against the recently enacted Jones law which Imposes stiff penalties for liquor law violations because he had always stood that He has not announced his candi dacy for reelection The Rev Frederick W Smith of Waterrille executive secretary of the Maine ChristianCivic league said the organization would oppose Senator Goulds reelection Tlie league represents the antisaloon league of America which has no branch in Maine Mrs Althea GQulmby state president of the W CVT U iat Senator Gould was not the candidate of the W C T U Cer tainly the organization will be even more frank and outspoken against his reelection Bund containing 3000000 members inarticle 231 of the treaty elimin ated thereby paving the way for real reconciliation of the peoples Bells tolling at S p m were the churches reminders of the day of mourning This demonstration was eliminated in the Rhlneland where the consistory decided to abandon the church program also after hear ing of the Rhlneland commissions prohibition Afterward the Coblenz authorities consented to the church celebrations but It was too late for reinstatement of the program There was a double coincidence in the date which was little stressed it being also the fifteenth anniver sary of the assassination of the Aus trian Archduke Ferdinand at Sara jevo the spark which set off the Eu ropean powder keg jtd brot on the World war v LEAVES FOB VISIT c 3 Broms left this morning for a few days visit with Mends at Estherville A party of Esthervllle young women have been thejsruerts or Mrs aroma thepast few flays Pilot Frantic as He Sees Girl Crash CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 her Preparations were made to do this on the chance that in a lucid intervalthe women flyer might be able to say aword perhaps her last word to the man she continued to call for in her Hcmiconsclous mo ments PLANE HIT TREE WESTBURY N Y June 28 Ashcraft aprofessional pilot was killed and Miss Viola Gentry known as the flying cash ier critically Injured today as their biplane in hicb they were atempt fag to create ah endurance record crashed Into a hickory tree Ashcrafts necl was broken Miss JtJNE 28 Gentry suffering from internal in juries a broken arm and laceraf taken to the Nassau county hosDital In scmeola She was conscious when pulled from tha wreckage and ansked what pened A Their plane took off from Roose veil field at p m yesterday with 116 gallons of gasoline Henry Hicks proprietor of the nursery who heard the accident said there was no noise fromthe motor The gasoline tanks and car buretor were later found to dry The plane landed on its nose the motor buried far in the ground Ashcrafts body was wedged be tween the motor and the ground Miss Gentry was found on top of the gas tank with one foot tangled up In the wreckage She was bleeds ingprofusely and hysterical She lapsed into unconsciousness on her way tothe hospital in an ambulance At the hospital it was said the full extent of her injuries could not be told immediately but it was ad mitted her condition was critical VJ i f THE NEW SILENT KELVINATOR brings you everything in electric refrigerati 1 CURRIEVAN NESS Co HI FOR Electric Waxers PER DAY Just phone 17 We deliver the waxer to your home and call for It when you are through with It JOHNSONS WAX 1 Pound Can SEMDAC 1 Pint Bottle 75 CurrieVan Ness Co FHONE 17 MaintainedBy Merit 7V i NORTHFEDERAL I 4 Borah Letters Are Magic Want Claim CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 of the soviet government has trav eled far and wide in this country with a result that the Idaho EC iior receives almost daily requests for such documents These come not only directly from business men and scientists but from senators and members of the house of representatives in nehalf of constituents with one from Wil liam Howard Taft chief justice of the United States During May and the forepart 01 this month Senator Borah Issued from one to three letters a day These are not addressed directly to any official of the soviet union but merely to whom this letter may be presented They are issued only to persons known personally to the senator or vouched lor by a person al acquaintance While most of the bearers obtain passports from Russian diplomatic representatives In European cap ilals some of them have gone dl lreetly to the Russiaribbrder and ob tnined on the strength of the I otters and without any diplomatic credentials of any kind Got Party Out of Jali Some of those returning from Russia have given various accounts of their use of the Borah docu ments some amusing some inter and some bordering on the Iramatic They have served to re las after arrest and have opened untoms lines for travelers who had i almost despaired of getting their baggage thru After two visits to Russia with Borah letters Dr William J Mor flen of the American Museum of Xatural History recenly wrote for A third explaining that he had found them a great help to himself and his campanlons He once re counted how such a letter had ob tained the release of himself and the other members of his expedition af ter they had been detained three weeks by Mongols Starvation in China a great wheat surplus in America Tn some particulars however civilization seems StarCour ier DamonIgouCo CROSS SHOE 2nd Floor DamonlgQuCo 2nd 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