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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV yiVE CENTS PER ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE EEPORT H O M E EDITION i 7 t A j 18 HURT IN IOWA o Surplus of If Starts fa NATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICENO 228 AIN WRECK DEMOCRATS ATCrashes SpurPilots to J llh I TV TIME IS RIPE Smoot Replies Nothing Doing to Queries About Reduction WASHINGTON juiy 2 months of discussion about tax reduction which are to come in con gressional circles have already be un THIN If Jokes and More Flying I nilln Morale of Profession Be Maintained Despite j Accidents j ROOSEVELT FIELD N T July 2 is doing all the flying he can these days at Roose1 velt and Mitchel fields Pilots and mechanics and officials have de veloped a manner that is elaboratelv casual J New York Takes First Game From Boston 6 to 3 CHICAGO PLANE WILL CHART BOSTON July 2 Giants hit Harry Seibold hard here today to win the first game of a double v c ait uaUy BC tunwith the 5185000000 treasury surplusas theinspiration Except an assertion by Secretary Mellon rnnf 3 jne kitu U aughter that curls up the corners of the mouth but leaves little fur rows between the vis ible a deadly a kind of mental tightening of the belt ThTele nave been at that the question of recom1 onS Island fields since last has riot been cslaVp Seven persons have j administration officials I 1 killed including two of the have withheld comment on the nroslm pilots along the At pects lantic seaboard Members of congress still in thi Fought Thru proposal isto come from the admiu be T wiii ILIC xirsL gunie or a double all this activity j header from the Braves by 6 to a sort of Fred Fjtzaimmons scattered the eight Boston hits Melvin Ott into the right field bleachers in the seventh for his twentythird home fun retaining the major league lead ership JSTew York 020 030 1i 1 Boston 000 011 8 1 Batteries Fitzsinmions Hocan SRibold Spohrer NothingDoing Says Smoot Democrats of the senate AS7 SOLONS4 s craft desperately trying to find his PHILADELPHIA July W3V untK Avnnfr J f J CttllAB fog that dropped its deadly white curtain to the ground Yesterday It was Bill the tariff revision hearings lost no time m raising the question and Chairman Smoot frequently an ad Ministration spokesman on financial was equally prompt with the declaration nothing doing ruf simraons North Car committee democrats who sougKl greater reductions than were pro posed by the last administration during consideration of the present tax law pointed to the surplus as vindicating their stand and dis closed their intention to press xor further reduction Senator Smoot cited the treas urys opinion that most of the sur plus was built up out of additions to individual incomes from stock mar ket profits and argued that quite a different result might be shown syear from now since those who showed grains last year might incur losses this year which would reduce their income tax payments Sees More Kxpenditiires Chairman Hawley of the ways and means commitee which originates all tax legislation wants to know what the treasury situation will be in December before commit ting himselfon the question transAtlantic flyer honorary pallbearer Stultz who was an at Ashcrafts In other hazardous professions survivors are vously iul vvullv when one of their fellow workers is killed When a workmanfalls off a steel skyscraper for instance every Kody lays off for the remainder of r But aviation is that There is for Instance that rule in the army flyingservice whereby a pilot alive The league leading Philadelphia Athletics won the first game of to days doubleheader with ton 7 to 4 He sees increased expenditures ahead In farm relief Boulder Can yon dam and Mississippi flood con trol work but if these can be nnt without producingan unfavorable fiscal situation he feels a reduction might be possible Third LJn titled Premier if he conies out of a crash and not badly injured im mediately takes up another shit and flies it until he is all cnred of his nerves Grim Jokes Go On And so all day yesterday at Roosevelt and Mitchel fields planes zoomed up again and again off The grim jokes go on Its your turn next and then mine one pilot will say to another Then they both grin Hey hey its the good old jinks they tell each other over hot dogs in the canteen but its rough as hell on the ships And there are elaborate farewells J and jokes about funeral arrange ments as they take off At times there is an irritability along with the humor When Marten Jensen forced down from his endurance flight Satur day night bitterly upbraided the crew of his refueling plane as he climbed out of his cabin haggard and lame and from the roar the motor he was answered just as sharply as he had spoken altho everybody really sympathized with Washington Philadelphia Hndfoy MoCullough Ituel Wal Cochrane nno ion 7 i OSO 220 n 2 INDIANS4CHISOX3 CLEVELAND July 2 to 3 Chicago IJtO flOO 12 0 Cleveland JOO Tc 11 2 Thomas Berg Shaiite Myult Washina ENDURANCE HOP Cement Workman Is Killed RTELLS Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July Well lets see what happened over the weekend About the worst thing that happened J over the end happened to Al Espinosa th golpher He was u n f o r t u nate enough to tie Bobby Jones and then foolish enough to play the tieoff him so ne was listed the automobile and airplane casualties notice read A WILL ROGER Espinosa died a natural death He met Jones when his putter was working The French had n calamity over the weekend al most comparable to the war Their chamber of deputies con sidered paying us our debt Yours WILL ROGERS 10 COACHES OFF TRACK LOOSE WHEEL BLAMED Injured Passengers Taken to Hospitals in Des Moines TAX COMMITTEE PLANS MEETING 111 2 B Eighteen pos sns were Xfured five of them seriously enough to require hospftS m a wreck of the faaf wes bound Chicago Rock Is tnd train The passengers numberingabout taken the taken to Des Moines on an equip ment tram The passengers the westbound train No 23 were transferred to that train fT Injured Q t0 DCS ntor pastor of the German tlonal church MusoatZne Ohto Stewart Cleveland RocK Littla Rock Of Japan Is Installed Ws disappointment what pilots crave runp IP iinrnn LEGGETEAGUE Is Hit ENDS AS MOTOR ACCEPT PLACESWhile Riding OF PLANE DIES ON FLIGHT fLikiFi1 fDj boiler maker o truck by Nomis and Morrison Hurt Farm Board Trestle While Doing Repair Work Chief Problem Is to Re lieve Burden on Real Estate Wrecking Silvus in and were expected to have the ren cleared away within 12 hours trains C i TOKYO July 2 Kama guchi the third untitled premier in Japans history and the new min laeito cabinet were installed late today in the palace in the presence of the emperor Osage Man Will Speak at Little Cedar Celebration OSAGE July Cedar will celebrate July 4 with a comrr in times the jokes in Forced Landing at Los Angeles CULVER CITY Oil July 2 W Mendell anil R B Keinhart hopped off at a m in nn effort tobolter the rc fueling ondiiranrp flight record f 173 hours S3 minutes nnd one second AIRPORT LOS 14 ANGELES Cal July 2 attempt of Leo Nomis and July 2 I Alexander Legge orf Chicago iind C C Teague of California have ac jcepted appointments to the federal i farm board I will be chairman of the board for the first year arid James I C Stone of Kentucky will be vice chairman The president expressed satisfac tion today with the acceptances say I ing that both men made great sac i rifices to serve the government Lcgge he said had taken the Jace in the face of the fpct that it his salary from 300000 to miui3 crfLVc I vjin o uiy II J 1 A u i like these Activity and allThe attempt of Leo Nomis and If nrnend ms salary from 100 is that can be mustered tip Morrison to establish a new a vcar wmch wns v i record for endurance flying came to ce hls cicslrtt be of an excitin end this lo the farmer record for endurance flying came to an exciting end here this morning i when the motor of their tiny plane stopped iOOO feet abnve the airport an service AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn DE PRIEST HITS BACK AT CRITICS imuHsea at me neld ai Negro Congressman Calls itheY Declared they wou e i T i as soon ng their Southerners a Lot or lifk Cowards CLEVELAND Ohio July 2 Charges of cowardice and hypocrisy 1 Sa were flung by Congressman Oscar and they nosed down thru a tog bank and crashed at the edge of til field Both flyers were cut on the fare and head Their injuries were dressed at the field after which ld take off Teague the president said also made great financial sacrifices ii accepting the appointment Leo E Block 30 boilermaltcr for the Northwestern States Portland Cement company wis killed Tues day morning when he was struck Uy a trestle as ho oil top of u lo comotive repairinga valve The accident happened about R oclock thin Block receiver a fractured back and other injuries Trainmen discovered the violim some time after the locomotive passed under the trestle Block trainmen believe imiEt have sloixl up while at his work mf knowing that the engine vas so the overhead bridge Tha ffirce of Llip olow Block re ceiveI did not knock him from the Attracted Attention to Spanish Flyers GIBRALTAR Inly 2 How he clung to a forlorn hope and fol lowed n fantastic light gleam near the Azores Saturday morning to save the lives of the Spanish traus AUantic aviators was told by Lieut R A Kilroy of H M S Eagle upon his arrival hero today Lieutenant Kilroy who is also at tached to the royal flying corps was watch before dawn Satur day morning of last week The weather haj been rough the day lie fore and neither he nor his feliVv officers believed there was n chance tlin Dormer Wai plane of Ma Raj Not Hurt Those injured but requiring no hospital attention were announced by the railroad officials as follows Louise McAninch Rock Island bruised E Bernard Morris ni TURN TO PAGE S COLUMN 2 MUSCAflNETs BACKING PAVING RAPIDS July 2 First meeting of joint legislative committee on taxation and revenue will be held in Des Moines Inly n Senator C F Clark chairman an nounced heie today A conference will be held by the committee with the stato tax com mission to he appointed by Gov ernor Hammill with the executive the executivecouncil and other of ficers executivecommittees or committees on taxation of nny statewide or local organization or taxpayers UIR chairman said Suggestion1 on taxation and levenuc will be welcomed from any source Senator Clark said To Hold CunfernnccM It is the purpose of the commil Ice aH part of its work to hold conferences in various parts of Ihe slate during the summer and fall in order that we may meet and dis cuss thees qucsl ions with Interested parties individually and as repre catine countys 000 road bond i wnhitivcs of organizations j issue by a vote o 1 m to With the city of Muscatine voting to 1 for the proposition a 2 tql Bond Proposal Carries by 1432 to 1043 to Surface Highway MUSCATTNE July 2 MFav ing of the longest unpaved stretch of highway between Des Moines and Davenport was assured today with the Emmie reminds me of a yellow dog we had once If you kicked it out o the way it acted so humble you felt ashamed an if you spoke kind it tried to alobber all HOLD TEETH CLEW IN MURD They rfr 41 lours and 3f m1niIlMin the Postmortem Reveals Illinois N f SisUin Nomli aaul tue wiring of the have gone hud as or southern states wblclTrecentiyi passed resolutions censuring M he cvash Nomis praised the and ability of Morrison We must the controls have skidded a hundred fuselage before Herbert Hoover for invllmgMrs De Priest to a white house reception Congressman De Priest was speak ing before 2000 persons at a mass meeting of the National Assnciatirm toppcu said Morrison for the Advancement of Colored own forwarcl bV tne People lureuj impact and we got a good bump Theyre just a lot of lhe wllns the Illinois congressman called the southern legislators This is myi country and your country Ive beeni elected to congress the same as anv other congressman and Im going to Man Beaten to Death With Cluh locomotive and the workman found on top of he engine by rcl low workers The exact manner of The Ienaut mans death rould not lie deter mined since no one snvv the acci j dent I Block who lived at ir South j Eighth street was married mcl had j one child He WHH taken to Meixy hosjjital i uble where he died without jcommitlee hnve been files Sin Wniid Oloani r H n thele was a weird of revenue and taxation laws in r T rim Slirfllco of sea other stntca together with reports idi to the Mouth of him It migbl i have been most anything hut Liou Ienaut Kilroy turned the Eagle nbotit and in a few minutes was to make out the plane with the Spaniards aboard waving and lo him Lieutenant Kilroy WHS reticent lint Major Franca was mure Vol i four ANNA WAN 111 July 2 i postmortem over thebody of unidentified man found burning along a roadside west of here Sun clay revealed that the man had been stabbed twice and beaten with a He told how they sent out wireless messages after they came I flown southeast of Hie Azores These Mieir position hut Appjirenliv i they were not picked up I Day after day they drifted with the wind And on their fifth and sixth day afloat Thursday and Fi l I lay June 27 and 28 a heavy sea made them fear they would bo their Saw Lights of Vessel club His stomach had slasheii Report Plot to KidnaO Chili On the morning of Saturday Jims i 29 Maj Gonzales Gallarzn saw hau have the rights of every other weather than has bncn more and no granted the endurance pilots Byron ft s in the congressional barber shop K Newcomb and Roy L Milrhell f they set out last Friday io break the worlds record for sns ue rained night was forecast for the Priest at the white house tea was an next 24 today as they passed TURX TO PAGE 8 COLUMN S i and his heart penctraled by a instrument Accordingio Dr J M Voting i Deputy Coroner Phineas Morrow or Oeneseo and Sheriff Charles Nash the man had been murdered near where the body was found Hi hands and feet had been tied his I Julv 2 CPI with a heavy conl July 2 and his jn ron dren ofMrs Max Ossr WEATHER BETTER or at a white house tea De Priest said the criticism of reak Mrs Hoovers receiving Mrs De incident used by southern demo cratic politicians seeking to win thei solid south hack into their party However added all racial pro dition The teeth the only remaining means of Identification were ordered evtracted to tion j vessels lights probably 20 miles j away The aviators flashed CHICAGO July 2 detectives are guarding the goid cortsl homo of Harold B he1 Committee Reports i Read at Conference Presence of the guards has given rise lo reports that u plot to kid nap Ihft children Is feared but at TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 FEDERAL AGENTS UNDER ARREST Officers Accused of Convoy ing Fleet of Trucks Carry ing Liquor NEW YORK July 2 federal prohibition agents wore un der arrest Inday Accused of convoy ing ii fleet of licjuor I rucks on Island The agents John J Kerrigan and John J Calnan were held in bail each after Deputy Sheriff Wil opposition in the rural precincts waa not sufficient to defeat the issue Following the approval threa the county was paved and the re mainder of the pavingis provided for in the present issue Jim their liam Lindsay of Peconic N Y told I a United Slates commissioner he j found them escorting a caravan jfive trucks thru Riveihead N Y on t the night of June 19 Lindsay said he stopped thre i large trucks and two smaller ones 1 i inn the Nassau county road Ker Ol Lutheran LhUlch rigan and Otlnan alighted from racted and will be turned ovur Inap lhft children is feared but at Denmark July the sheriff for further investiga1tlie McCormiek home nnd at police 2 Delegates to the second n The body was buried in tne j headquarters it was stated today Lutheran world convention today Ancawan cemetery today a in the i headquart ae oay that no threats of any kind had beun considered reports made by the ex Wheat Harvest Starts Soon ly 2 IJP received John P Stegc deputy police com i missioncr said private coupe which was fourth in the pro cession and explained they were es corting a liquor seizure to the army base in Brooklyn While the deputy vy tiii c was talking with the agents the two eciitive committee and suggestions smaller trucks and the drivers of for the future organization of the Lutheran world n The re July 2 held A southwestern Ill begin in this week Pros be the three large ones escaped Both agents were suspended pend IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Tuesday niffht md Wednesday somewhat winner Wedmsduy tinrt in north imd cnsl central portions Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fpy 24 hour period ending at S oclock am Tuesday Warmest Monday 84 Lowest in Night 40V Al 8 A M Tuesday 67 When the weather records July arc complete there bo few days with a greater range of tem perature than occurred Monday and Monday night From a maximum of 84 In the afternoon the mercury idm inivdit MULUCIiVCK uuujci m wuim convention tie re Both t vers constantly on guard nl the Mv maimler of I ho day was spent in nn ing Lht l nosKMe where in theJSUtes Attorney nrook y VAN TIT Mn nrt 1 I l n I t f He had not hoard nfinncicnL the nishop uf preached in Enclish and they would he   

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