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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North B AIL Y PAPER Edited for the Home XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT H o mm EDITION MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SCR VICE NO 227 ILOT DIES CRASH TO HEAR PREMIERS VIEW OF PEACE King Wont Attend Opening of Legisla tive Body ONDON July 1 new parliament with a plur igjty of labor member will open i r irmally at noon tomorrow leading of the speech from the I 1throne The speech is expected to I Rbe the longest m the history of par 1 liament and also will be the Never framed by a labor government f Altho King George is in London ill health will preclude his attejd so there will be no state cer yiemony The spsech of the monarch VJwntten by hia ministry headed by Ramsay MacDonald win I jbe read at a combined eession in tii Ihouse of lords by tho new lord chau Lord John Sankey V It was believed today the fore Jliiost place in the speech would be the question of peace and dis armament with particular referI jPLcnce to the recent conference of Ambassador Dawcs and the premier I and anexpression of satisfaction ad attitude of the United States on VJarmameut and the British rela KiFtma with America f The governments desire for an Jnuament conference is expected tlso to find expression with refer to the reparations issue 2nd gjjicuation of the Rhineland which now known the government out at the earliest ent probably wijl layout a w orlc sibout 13 JmtuisfflpibJlHhjpt and electoral reform among the items which probably will be Runercd ir tari to Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD July ident Hoover is about finished appointing the committee that to bring milk and honey to tha famished agrarians It looks like an awfully simple problem iiave to solve All they have to do ia to get the farmer more money for nis wheat corn and cotton without raising Uie price to the man that buya aprint of Womans Heel in lud Onfy Clew to Illi nois Murder ANKAWAN juiy i body of an unidentified mau as found burning on a luntry road two miles west of here pst night by two boys kit was wrapped in a patchwork t which had been soaked in gas A Jug nearby believed to avo contained the gasoline was rapped in a Peoria paper dated Jjme 2B J M Young who fie body said the man who was bout 45 years old had been doau tbout 12 hours from a blow on thej position with the arms ild across the face indicating the pctor said that the man had made w effort to keep the flames from Baching hi3 head The only clew is the imprint jf a The committee will meet and then appoint subcommittees then ths subcommittee will ap point an investigating commit tee and just before the njxl presidential election the investi gating committee will a report after due examination we find the farmer really in njd of succor and we adVise making oiA out nf him at the coming Tours J ROGERS Pfemier and Advisors to Resign TRQUBtlfoVER KELLOGG PEACE PACT IS BLAMED HOOVER CHOICES FOR FARM BOARD Associated iveu Phot JLaacialtl Press Phota A long tho men either actually offered placed on the federal farm ouard or mentioned for It are Above left to right C C California CnrJ Williams Oklahoma City James C Stone Lexington Ky To the right is Alexander H Lcgge Chicago who has been offered a place on the board Hoover Will Complete Board Within Few Days Three of EightPlaces Have MEW Creager Says Actions of Iowa Senator Are U S Debt Is Cut DouOn to Lowest Ebb WASHINGTON July 1 I government entered its new fiscal year today with the public debt cut to the lowest figure since l the World war and tm j hand it still further Largely because of the widespread 11 Largely because of the widespread LOWardly i prosperity and more specifically the mnrip h irtrliirfrttiol Texas July 1 a threeday session in San An i profits made by individual income security announced tonio where bitter charges made against against and refuted last by Rene B Creager n commiUeeman the senate f age committee moved to Dallas toi l I refuted itotal n the last fiscal republican were greater tha p i compared with e i f nnn nnn 1 day to continue its hearing than ex a sur In tlie Been Definitely Filled resraeiitHoover hopes to complete by the end of this week the selec tion of virtually all of the men who as members of the federal farm be entrusted with the task of bringing prosperity to agri culture He has filled three of its eight places and has offered one other to a business man and two to farm leaders one of whom however is expected to decline Cotton is to be represented by1 Tanaka Likely to Be Suc ceeded by Leader of Liberal Party TOKYO July 1 Japanese government will fall probably tomorrow with resignation of Premier Baron Tanaka and his cab inet The action was decided upon this morning at an urgently sum moned cabinet meeting after a crisis precipitated by handling of the Kellogg antiwar pact and the investigation of the assassination of Marshal Chang TsoHn at Mukden last year Other high officials such as the governor general of Korea and the president of the South Manchuria railway were expected to resign shortly It was believed Yugo Hamaguchi leader of the Mlnseito or opposition liberal party and home minister n the 1926 government would be re quested by Emperor Hirohlto to form a cabinet with Baron Kijuro Shldehara Japanese ambassador at Washington in 1922 as foreign min ister admiral The cabinet crisis is the out growth of the assassination of Mar shal Chang TsoLin defeated north war lord last year at in territory over ted Press fkete n i VJULLUII ia to oe represented Dv Carl Williams of Oklahoma tobacco by James C Stone of Kentucky and livestock by C B Denman of of Iowa had not said definitely what evidence would be presented but Jt was known that Prank Hamer cap of the years surplu with from the sinking fund and other debt requirements chargeable against ordinary re a tor Hhomas B Love who supporter Hoover called to testify democrat had been tomans high Tlud heeled shoe In the To Get New Stadium JSOUTH BEND July 1 jErection of a stadium at le University of Notre Dame will i under way this fall Heretofore fooden bleachers have been taxed fy the crowds that trek here to see lie famous Rockne teams in action 6 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen If a man looks down at feet when Im settin I think Im sliowin too much stockin but if a Iwoman docs it I know Ive Igot a I have come to Dallas to see whatmud they can dig Creager said We are bitterly indignant at the methods of Senator Brookhart who in the most cowardly manner imaginable taking advantage of his position as a committeeman has cast insults and reflections at the citizens of this state Hiding behiun his senatorial immunity he says things he wouldnt dare say to those same citizens outside the committee room I defy any one to find a angle point so far introduced into the record ivhich reflects on our organ he continued We resent the accident from Iowa coming to Texas to tell us how to run oiir busi ness The south got sick of carpetbag gers in 69 we are now sick ofthese carpetbaggers of FIRST MALT TAX Tennessees Coffers Enriched by After Month of New Law NASHVILLE July 1 The first months revenue from a tax levied on malt extract for the avowed purpose of making the home industry has yielded the state of Tennessee Experts in the state department of finance and taxation who said their data showed virtually all of the malt extract sold went into home today made public figures showing the sale of pounds in malt extract in June This was the first month laws operation TUHN TO PAGE 6 COLUMN 5 FLYERS STILL UP Four Attempts to Refuel Plane Fail Because of Bad Weather CLEVELAND July 1 Weariness and the buffeting of choppy winds had made their ieat today of the endurance pilots By ron and Roy L Mit chell as they neared the end of tle third day in the air in an attempt to break the worlds record of hours for refueled nights The pilots last communication the ground crew as darkness settled last night wag need rest mere than any one thing right Previously four attempts to refuel their plane had failed partly be cause of hazardous flyingand part ly the flyers admitted because Ihe strain of fighting adverse weather conditions had begun to wear them down Two efforts to make contacts failedbefore the first load of fuel was safely aboard Then when the gasoline had finally been exchanged he pilots were unable to snare the canvas bag containing provisicns and other supplies Another Record Attempt LOS ANGELES July 1 other assault upon the refueling en durance flight record of 172 hours 32 minutes 1 second was under way here today Leo Nomis and Vfaurice Morrison who hope to re main In the air 10 days took off from Metropolitan airport at 7 a m yesterday As Nomlaand Morrison circled Missouri These three have definite ly accepted appointment Those who have been offered ap pointments are Alexander H Legge of Chicago who would represent general business W S Moscrip of chosen to speak for the dairyingindustry and Charles C Teague of California identified with fruit growing cooperatives Teague is quoted in press dispatches as saying private business will pre vent him from serving Two places remain to be filled from other industries with a spokes man for the important wheat sec tion to be selected In addition Hoover announced when he signed the farm bill that one membership would be filled by a man exper ienced in the field of banking and finance and equippedto advise his colleagues in the administration of the fund There have been no definite in dications as to who the wheat man will be altho Hoover has a long list of names under consideration Prominently mentioned are James H Sinclair of North Dakota and H L Hartshorn of Kansas Thousands in Greeting to JZ o of the new Metropolitan airport two oth ier flyers L W Mandell and R B Thus the state obtained Rcinhart were making ready for a revenue for approximnlely Inkeoff at Culver City in the hone twplvp minrn hnttlop efUeU FOUR DEAD IN PLANE WRECKS Airmail Pilot and Official of Air Line Are Among Victims By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS An airmail pilot and an Official f an airline were among the vic tims of fatal aviation accidents over the weekend Mishaps on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and in he middlewest cost four lives Waido E Robey 24 Kansas City mail pilot for Continental Air Lines was killed when bis plane struck a radio antenna mast at Columbur Ohio during a heavy fog Ira I official of the Capital Alnvays company and his stepson Charles Wilson 18 were burned to deatii in the wreck age of an airplane which fell in the residential district of Sacramento and burst into flames Ira Mar tin the pilot escaped Nicholas Engleman of Philadel phia an amateur aviator was killed LONDON July 1 George his face shining with happlj ness and renewed health came home to Buckingham palace at noon today to the acclaim of one of the greatest popular demonstrations of his reign Leaving Windsor castle an hour earlier with Queen Mary in a closed motOjT car the royal pair changed to an open landau with resplendant livery at Albert hall Kensington garden and from there rode be tween throngs of applauding thou sands At Buckingham palace one of the largest crowds ever seen outside its gates had gathered and their majes ties after entering reappeared on a balcony As his figure remarkably straight for all the travai of the last few months was seen on a little plat the palace bands started to the British national anthem form play God Save the The music stirred the throng to tumultuous enthusiasm cheer after cheer coming from thousands of throats while hands waved hand kerchiefs and flags King George removed his tall hat and smiled and waved af the crowd The little Princess Elizabeth was led out and Queen Mary lifted the little curly headed blonde baby daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York to the railings His majesty appeared thin in the face but he looked well He took evi dent care not to respond toomuch to the excitement of the notable hour and at times seemed to re strain himself in his acknowledge ments Insane Man Has Made Escape Twice Before AMES July 1 IjP Albert Jacob Wetzel 38 of Buffalo New York has been committed to a state hos pital for the insance by Judge J Y Luke of the Ames municipal court It has been learned that Wetzel was an inmate of and escaped from the insane in Wisconsin and Minnesota Ho had vestigation of the assassination ab solved Japanese military officers of blame it was understood but pun ishment was insisted upon for cer tain officers for failure to notify the home office of withdrawal of their supervision on the nlglit of Changs arrival The minister of war protested this and was understood to have maintained an attitude which pre cluded further cooperation with cither him or any other officer of the army which backed him Another contributory factor was the handling oC ratification of the Kellogg antiwar pact its friends claiming that it was bungled by al lowing so much opposition to ma terialize This opposition principal ly was centered about the phase in the names of their respective peo which it was claimed violated the prerogatives of the emporor ACClFNTSTAKE LIVES OF EIGHT PILOT KILLED Wllmer Stultz nho piloted Amelia Earharts Friendship across the Atlantic ivns killed while stunting abovo the Long Island air field Monday Two companions on flight were also hilled SPAIN AWAITS ARRIVAL OF 4 RESCUED FLYERS Tumultuous Reception Planned for Quartet Tuesday Four Persons Drowned in Iowa Over WeekEnd Cars Kill Two By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eight persons met violent deaths In Iowa Sunday Four lost tholr lives by drowning two were killed in automobile accidents one committed suicide and one was killed by light ning Six persons were injured in the auto crashes The drowned Fred A Jenkins 39 Waterloo Henry Jones 47 his uncle Waterloo A J Paul 159 awaited the arrival tomorrow of H M S Eagle airplane carrier Maj Ramon Franco and his three companions of their ill fated transAtlantic flight attempt aboard The Eagle radioed it was making ordinary progress from a point 10 miles southeast of Santa Maria Is land Azores where Saturday morn ing it picked up the four aviators and their DornierWal plane They had been down on the water seven days There were Indications a tumultu ous reception would be accorded the missing airmen when they arrived liere with the Spanish premier Gen Primo de Rivera and members of their families among those greeting them There was the keenost curiosity tc earn the detailed story of the avia tors the only word received here be ng the official statement given out jy the British admiralty at London This mentioned starting and landing times but contained little real infor mation of the flight beyond that a strong wind had caused them to fly over the Azores without knowing it At Madrid yesterday thousands of Spaniards participated in a mam moth demonstration of joy aud waa planned todav bv Lindhp thanksgivingat finding the missing airmen The manifestation wan or ganized by the Spanish Aero club as a public expression of Spains JWILMER STULTZ AND 2 OTHERS FALL TO DEATH Amelia Earharts Pilot in Ocean Hop Had been D OOSEVELT FIELD N July tv i Stultz Amelia Earharts transAtlantic pilot and two companions were killed today in in the crash of a plane Stultz was stunting between here and Ineola The two men with Stultz were killed as the plane went Into a tail spin at an altitude of about 300 feet and crashed Stultz died after he reached a hospital in Mlneola It was the fourth fatal airplane accident at the Long Island fields within the past few days In the first Francis Phillips son the late John Phillips Queens sewer pioe magnate was the victim Next an endurance plane fell Jack Asncraft being killed and Miss Viola Gentry critically injured A few hours after that an army plane at Mitchell field caught fire in the air and Corporal Elmer Barry was fatally injured The two men with Stultz were Identified as Patrick Costiluchi of Roslyn and Charles Hanvard of Mineola personal friends of Stult Stultz and hia two companions had driven up to the field in an automobile and had only been in tha air a short time Stultz was buried under the wreckage He was unconscious when they pulled The airplane Belongs to John Whitney by whom Stultz was ployed as a wire GLIDER FLIGHT Aviator and Bride Guests oJ St Louis on Tour of Inspection ST LOUIS July 1 Charles A Lindbergh had his first flight in a glider here yesterday at LambcrtSt Louis field with more than persons as spectators Lindbergh paying his first visit to hin legal home since his mar riage to Miss Anne Morrow spent most of Sunday at the airport and when offered the opportunity by Harry Kuchins owner of the glider readily accepted The automobile of Maj William B Robertson one of Lindberghs packers in the Now York to Pans flight two years ago furnished tho starting power as the field is leve He sail he was well pleased with he glider flight Inspection of the Kansas City air port and a flight to Wichita itude to the British French Por tugilese and Italian governments for their aid in the search for the men Cheer after cheer was given for the British navy and the British air force before the British embassy Ambassador Sir John Grahams re sponding was said the other uncie Waterloo A J Paul n was saici tne otuer Odebolt Leo VanDorn 20 transAtlantic aviators Captains Killed in auto accidents Mra Jimiiiez and Iglesias would conic Nellie Reynolds 48 Council Bluffs here for the arrival of the Eagle Rrnnrlsl ptfpr Irt Rnrlo I VETERANS RITES ARE AT HAMPTON Benjamin F Ferris Died at Age of 90 Following Accident HAMFTQtf July services for Benjamin F Ferris were held at the J W Barry home Sun uay morning at oclock con cms y Lduiauu ji an atducted by the Rev M B Pringle tendant at a fireworks stand was in the Hampton ceme Kcnneth Brandsletter Iti Bode i The suicide L O Johnson 39 Hampton Killed by lightning Alice 30 Lament Jenkins was drowned in an unsuc cessful effort to rescue his uncle after Jones had stepped into a hole while fishing in the Cedar river Paul a stockman was drowned when he fell into a well after trip ping over loose boards as he wat ered his cattle VanDorn was drowned while swimmingwith several companions in the Iowa river near LeGrand Mrs Reynolds was killed when the car in which she rode crashed into a drucr store A daughter Lena 18 and Wary Peterson 37 an at side the drug store were iniured Brandstettev died from injuries received when his automobile over turned near Spencer Johnson proprietor of a shest metal and furnace works at Hamp ton hanged himself in the hay loft lery Mr Ferris who was 90 years old was a Civil war veteran and an ac tive member In G W McKenzie post G A R His wife died sev eral years ago Mr Ferris had been IOWA FORECAST Gencrally fnir Monday night and Tuesday cooler Monday night J LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 31 hour period ending at 8 oclock I a m Monday Warmest Sunday 85 Lowest in Nlprht fin At 8 A M Monday 73 Kalnfiill For like period ending at S oclock a m Sunday Warmest Saturday Coolest in Night 71 At 8 A M Sunday 80 Saturdays maximum equaled the seasons record and Sunday the mercury started out on what ap peared to be a recordbreaking ven ture but ran into storm conditions in midforenoon and failed to get above the S5 mark At S oclock it was a bit past SO Monday dawned clear with promise of inspiring warmth to augment the benefits of Sundays intermittent ralu totaling 15 of an inch state hospitals for of his barn in good heftith a week ago Miss Collins a former school when he fell fracturing his hip teacher at Aurora and Lamont wasl He is survived by four daughters m struck by lightning while standing MrsRp LSaey Mrs J E Dovey in with her brother Mervin under aMrs J W Barry of Hampton Mrs during Cary cene and two   

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