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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES O M EDITION1 VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE YANKEE FLYERS LAND ROME DIVERS READY TO INVESTIGATE SUNKEN VESSEL Official Expresses Belief There May Be Life Aboard Sub BULLETIN LONDON July 10 fP An Evening News dispatch from Pembroke Wales today quoted an admiralty official as saying There is a possibility that someone may be alive on the sunken submarine H47 We hall carry on until we have sat isfied ourselves BULLETIN PEMBROKE Wales July 10 The British submarine L69 today dived in the vicinity of the stricken H47 and tried to communicate with the 21 trapped within her but avail DEMBROKE Wales July 10 Jt An impressive array of life saving1 apparatus the most elabo rate the British navy could muster was In position today over the spot where the spbmarlne H47 went down yesterday with 21 persons after collision with another under seas boat the L12 First efforts were to discover the position of the sunken vessel which it was believed may have slipped from Its original location la the heavy weather of last night A buoy moored at the spot where oil bubbles Indicated it went down Divers Beady to Descend Divers aboard a diving ship were ready to descend and attempt to fasten the tackle to the boat de 7 Via her position was ascertained Fou r mine sweepers an antisub marine flotilla of five vessels and seven destroyers searched the area the lifting lighters made ready All awaited a decision whether the navys new deep water diving apparatus could be used with any prospect of success Continuing rough seas and a heavy low lying mist hampered the salvage work As the morning ad vanced the wind increased and it appeared more and more probable that efforts to locate the sunken vessel would be in vain Details Are Lacking The admiralty revised its list of casualties to 24 Lieutenant Bick more two subofficers two tele graphers 16 artificers seamen anc stokers who sank with the H47 were listed officially as missing A subofficer and a signalman ul the L12 also were listed as missing One seaman of the L12 died of in juries Only two men aboard the H47 were saved Until there is an official inquiry the public is not expected to learn the details of the disaster There is information that several flotillas which had been holding maneuvers off the coast of Ireland were returning to base Flyers Will Sfey Up Until Their Motor Fails Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July I always knew the farmer not only needed relief but be needed some help and l had become kinder discour aged as to him getting it for there did nt seem any ac tual way But this new farm board has come thru with an original idea for one hour j every day the I farmer is to re i ceive assistance over the radio WILL ROGERS Different cg arets have had an hour and they are all doing pretty well So they figure that an hours advertising over the radio will just about put agriculture on the level with cigarets and no farmer could ask more than that Yours WILL Be Named Ambassador to Turkey Italian Auto May Be Factor in Appointment OMAHA BANK IN AFFILIATION OF FINANCE FIRMS WASHINGTON July 10 The post of ambassador to Turkey where the market for American au tomobiles is complicated by severe Italian competition is expected by a number of Washington observers to be offered to John N Willys vet eran Ohio automobile manufacturer Contrary to the report circulated in Wall street after itwas learned that Willys was disposing of his in dustrial holdings that he was being considered for appointment to the diplomatic post at Paris made va cant by the death of another Ohloan Hyron T Herrick the white house las disclosed that the president has another assignment in mind for manufacturer The presidents choice for the Paris post is believed to have set tled fairly definitely on Senator Idge of New Jersey An offer of the Turkish post to Willys is regarded s fitting not only Into the competl ive trade situation there but into he impression here that Joseph C Irew present ambassador is to be transferred to a LatinAmerican Mapleton Marshal Is Charged With Murder ONAWA July 10 war rant has been issued by J F I Cooper justice of the peace charg ing Allen Coe Mapleton night watchman with murder in connec tion with the death of Fred Ship ley who was shot after he liacJ been ordered off the Mapleton streets With in Bancorporation The United States National bank of Omaha the oldest bank in Ne braska and its allied United States Trust company with combined re sources of 523000000 has become affiliated with the Northwest Ban corporation it was announced by Col Hanford MacNider at the First National bank here Wednesday morning This addition increases the aggre gate resources of the institutions in the Bancorporation to The holding company now controls 22 banks including the Northwest ern National bank of Minneapolis and its allied institutions as well us 16 institutions situated at key points in Minnesota the Dakotas Wiscon sin Iowa and Nebraska Becomes Vice President Robert P Morsman president of the United States National bank and United States Trust company will become a vice president and di rector of the Northwest Bancorpor ation Other officers and directors of Omaha institutions will have seats on the Bancorporation board are W B T Belt president of the Northwestern Bell Telephone com pany and Edgar M Morsman Jr Omaha attorney directors G H Yates vice president of the bank and H M Bushnell vice president TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen My stomach dont never bother me that way no more except when I watch Minerva takin on over the boy her girl is goin1 to marry capital For the ambassadorship to Italy the two names most prominently mentioned to succeed Henry P Fletcher are those of John Work Garrett of Baltimore and Irwin Boyle Laughliu of Pennsylvania 6 Year Old Slayer f Is Paroled to His Parents in Kentucky FRANKFORT Ky July 10 The controversy over the fate of Carl Newton Mahan 6 year old time waKxunder sentence to serve until he was 21 in the state reformschool was at an end today with the boy paroled in the custody of his parents Mr and Mra John Mahan of Paintsville Carl will be subject to the juris diction of the Kentucky childrens bureau The decision on the disposition of the boy bringing to an end a case that had attracted nationwide in terest was reached at an executive meeting here yesterday of the mem bers of the bureaus governing board which the parents attended FARGO N Dak July 10 More than 150 persons were in jured 14 seriously as a bleacher sec tion collapsed at the North Dakota state fair here last night Twelv lundred persons were in the staucis that fell The seriously injured in eluded Mrs H C Webb Sibloy Iowa possible fractured legs 150 INJURED IN BLEACHER CRASH Fourteen Seriously Hurt Stand at North Dakota CraigMKee Beats Bud in 1st Round By WILBUR C PETERSON A P Sports Writer OUNTRY CLUB COURSE CE BAR RAPIDS July 10 Craig McKee Des Moines youth who ost the capital city championship to his brother Bob former state and TransMississippi title holder sprang the surprise of the opening round of the Iowa State golf tourna ment today by downing Bud Maytag of Newton 2 and 1 in an 18 hole struggle McKee held a four up advantage at the turn and had to fight off a determined rally by the Newton star who was runnerup in this years TransMississippi Maytag had beea figured as cer tain to go to the quarter finals McKee had Lloyd Nordstrom of Davenport as his opponent for the second round this afternoon Allen Won Victory Ira Allen chief hope of the Dav enport delegation won a 5 and J victory over Clark Tilden of Ames and was paired with Arthur Bart lett defending champion this after noon John Vavra Cedar Rapids ace bad a narrow escape from defeat at the hands of Carlton McLaughlin Sioux City Three putts on the six teenth green cost McLaughlin the match Vavra winning one up Vav ra had Pat Wilcox of Des Moines as his opponent for the afternoon Wil cox haying beaten GeraldSnider Mendell Reinhart Set New Endurance Record Now Nearing 200 Hours TWO COUNTIES ARE VOTING ON PAVING BONDS Contracts Are Awarded for 74 Miles of Work in Six Others A viators Want to Learn How Long the Motor Will Run W PLANE LEAVES SPAIN ON LAST LEG OF FLIGHT Americans Forced to Hall at Santander for More Gas place in which a girl keeps most of her clothes when shas dressed City Press ROBBER SUSPECT IS HELD HERE Man in Mason City Jail May Have Committed Theft at Manly Authorities are expected to inves tigate the possibility that a man be ing held in the Mason City jail is the one who robbed Samuel Holland 69 year old Manly recluse after he had knocked the old man senseless with an iron bar The description of the man held is said to fit exactly that of Hol lands assailant He was known to be working at Manly on a rond crew when the crime was com mitted He disappeared immediately af terward and was later arrested in Mason City for drunkenness ENVOYS WIFE MAY BE TRIED Chinese Law Is That Trans porters of Narcotics Be Put to Death SAN FRANCISCO July 10 A demand that Mrs Ylng Kao wife of the Chinese vice consul In San Francisco be tried under Chinese law and put to death if convicted for her alleged part in bringing a large consignment of opium to this country was made here last night by the executive committee of the Kuomintang of America The committee representing the American section of the political or ganization behind the Nanking gov ernment announced it had voted for the application of oriental justice to Mrs Kaos case and had demanded of C C Wu Chinese minister in Washington that thewoman be re turned for trial It was explained that the nation alist government had enacted strin gent laws against trafficking in opium in China and that such Jaws provided thedeath penalty in case of their violation by persons con nected with the government Ying Kao upon the advice of friends terminated his connection with the consulate Neither Mrs Kao nor her husband have been ar rested lowan Mentioned as Court of Claims Judge WASHINGTON July 10 large number of persons have been suggested for judjje of the United States court of The list nounced by the department of jus tice includes F L Anderson Mar ion Iowa Air Tour Aviator Scores Management of Jaunt Thru Iowa DES MOINES July 10 P Whiting official referee in the second Iowa air tour has denied statements made by W F1 Mar shall Waterloo flyer that the tour was turned into a race contrary to a preliminary agreement Marshall has criticized Whiting and George Yates chairman of the tour for nl lowing it to develop into a race The whole thing was put on a written basis and understood at the start of the tour Whitine said Have You Ever Been Talked About I Of course you have nnd thats why you will want to read CHATTY Goddess of Gab By Beatrice Burton Author of Sallys Shoulders The Flapper Wife Her Ufan Honey Lou Starting Monday in the GlobeGazette By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HILE two counties today were voting to see whether they would increase the mileage of their paved highways other counties were preparing for improvements re cently approved The state highway commission at Ames yesterday awarded contracts for 74499 miles of paving to cost in Black Hawk Car roll Dubuque Linn Lucas and Webster counties The average cost including grading and the necessary drainage was approximately a mile Contracts were also let for bridges and culverts in Crawford Harrison Jackson Page Tama and Union counties at a cost of 577300 graveling In Carroll Ida Woodbury Monona and Muscatlne counties to easy victim winning 0 and 4 he went out in even par 35 to take a five up lead He went 6 up at the tenth and 7 up at the eleventh but dropped the next two to a pair of threes Par four on the fourteenth clinched the match Carroll Stuart Waterloo high school youth won 5 and 3 from F TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 5 Moef Shooting 3 Under Par Gets First Round Play MISSION HILLS KANSAS 1TY July 10 a 3 under par on the first nine the low est score of the tournament Don Moe Portland Ore the medalist easily won his first round of match play in the western amateur golf championship today The Pacific coast college youth a favorite for the title downed W S Crltcblow Ardmore Okla 6 and 5 Robert McCrary of Des Moines recent winner of the transMississ ppi championship was ousted in he first round by Clarence Hubby merchant of Waco Texas Hubby beat the Iowa youth 3 and 2 ULVER CITY Cal July 10 Having set a new worlds record for endurance flight L W Mendell and R B Reinhart continued circling above Culver City in the biplane Angeleno today determined to stay aloft until their motor fails At a m they were passing their one hundred ninetieth hour in the air When the flyers would come down remained a question Originally they hoped to remain up 400 hours Air port officials conceded them a chance of stretching the time to 200 hours or more when they passed the former record of 174 hours 59 seconds established in Cleveland four days ago without showing any marked signs of phy sical exhaustion Before taking on a full nights supply of fuel last night the pilots dropped a note reiterating that they would continue the record smashing flight until their engine falls apart A E McManus chief backer of the enterprise declared then that A true endurance test to determine how long the motor would run was the object of the continue flight The Cleveland record made b Roy L Mitchell and Byron K New comb was broken by Mendell an Reinhart at p m yesterdaj Reinhart stood in the rear cockpi waving jubilantly to the cheerln were being passed on to day in Dickinson and Emmet coun ties Dickinson county was consid ering a 5850000 bond issue while the proposition in Emmet county is for authorization of 5723000 Dickinsons bonds would be used for improving highway No 71 from Milford thru Okoboji and Spirit Lake to the Minnesota state line and for improving No 9 from Spirit Lake to the Emmett county line Emmett county would use its bonds for improving No 9 from the1 Dickinson to the Kossuth county line and No 17 from Estherville to the Palo Alto county line lendeUvchiefplIpt aoirdateSflilj BULLETIN ROME July The two American flyers Lewis A Yancey and Roger Q Williams landed In Romo early this eve ning from Santnnder Spain where they had been forced down by a shortage of fuel ANTANDER Spain July 10 tip Undaunted by fatigue and Ill ness the American aviators Capt ewls A Yancey and Roger Q Wil iarns set out to finish today what hey could not quite conclude yes terday their flight from Old Or chard Maine to Rome Lifting their plane from abandoned airdrome at Albericia Dear here at a m a m C S T they dipped once in salute and headed due east along the 8SO mile route to the Italian capital They hoped to take less than 10 hours for the trip arriving at Clam pino airfield south of the city be fore dark They were two Urea and weary aviators During their long flight from Old Orchard to Albericia which ended In a landing forced by lack of fuel at p m yester day p m C S the nerv ous tension kept them going But once here the reception sapped the last of tlrir strength and it was difficult either Williams xir wide grin The biplane then was spiralled high and dived down once more to ground swoop close above the TO PROSECUTE FEDERAL OFFICER Murder Charge Facing Pro hibition Enforcement Official SHAWNEE Okla July 10 County Attorney Randall Pitman said last night that W W Thoma son federal prohibition enforcement agent will be prosecuted on a mur der charge resulting from the slay ing of two farmers in a raid near Tecumseh July 4 Pitman disputed a statement from Washington that the prohibition of ficer would not be prosecuted on the contention that it was a state raid and that he went along at the re quest of state officers BEATTY GETS 17 YEARS IN PEN Suspension Revoked Given 10 Years More for Robbery Judge C H Kelley City sustained the motion of Coun ty Attorney Roe Thompson in Uia district court Wednesday afternoon and revoked the suspension a seven year sentence given Harold Beatty some time ago on a convic tion of cheating under false pre tenses Beatty also pleaded guilty on a county attorneys Information charg ing him with entering a dwelling house in the night time and was given 10 years addition this sen tence to start at the expiration of the other penitentiary sentence Beatty admitted entering the home of J B Dennis 122 Eleventh street southwest and Inking in money and other valuables PROBE FOURTH RECLUSE ATTACK investigation of Death of Glenwood Man Is Under Way GLENWOOD July 10 vestigation of the death of George Shakel the fourth Iowa recluse to be attacked within two weeks is under way here by a coroners jury Shake was found in his home last week suffering from severe bruises on his head He said some person attacked him with a baseball bat He was taken to an Omaha hospi tal where he died George Hardy was found stabbed of Charles 1to death June 26 in his store near They supervised Aiviii ubok ofic refueling and Parncll Four days later Samuel Holland was beaten and robbed in his home on the outskirts of Manly W Scott Rouse was found beaten and robbed July 1 at his home near Montour He died the next day completed inspection of their plane prior to taking off on th6 last lap of their long flight They estimated their trip yesterday at having en tailed 3400 miles during 31 hours nnd 42 minutes flying time During the night an English aviator named Harris went over their machine thoroly The aviators were acclaimed by housnnds when they arrived at the irfield this morning Beautiful enoritas who only a few weeks ago reeted the French Yellow Bird viators when they landed threw oses at them a real Spanish fare ell Civil Governor Sallquet and he English consul gave the official mllos The Pathfinder appeared first ver Camillas yesterday and then antander just at dark one of the viators waving his hands to watch rs to indicate an intended landing plane circled over the field at Ubeceria and by the light of a uge bonfire which the natives built anded without difficulty The aviators first words were Where are we Avlntors Cheered When Informed that they were at dberceria and a few miles further TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 4 T Milwaukee Wants to Discontinue Line Running to Farley WASHINGTON July 10 W The Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Pacific railroad applied to the inter state commerce commission today for permission to abandon its seven mile stretch of railroad between j Worlhington and Farley Iowa POLICE SEEKING IOWA BANKER Former Bookkeeper Accused of Taking From Onslow Bank ONSLOW July 10 tives of two casualty companies to day were seeking Otto Hunsward en 25 former bookkeeper of the Onslow State Savings bank who is charged by bank officials with em bezzling 35600 Hunswarden has been missing since June 10 when he went to Ce dar Rapids Later he wrote he had a position there and would not re turn Auditors discovered a shortage in his accounts the bank announced today He had worked for the bank for three years and is alleged to WILL ENTERTAIN BOARD MEMBERS Legge Stone and Williams to Be Guests of Hoover Over WeekEnd WASHINGTON July 10 W Three members of the federal farm board are expected to arrive in Washington by Friday and Presi dent Hoover is planning to take them to his Virginia preserve for the weekend They are Alexander H Leggc chairman James C Stone vice chairman and Carl Wil liams of Oklahoma City who wil represent the cotton growers The party will return to Wash ington late Sunday and early Mon day the first meeting of the boart will take place President Hoove will be present and outline in a general lems which it faces The problem of moving the whea croj In the southwest was discussei with President Hoover today b Chairman OConnor of the shippin board is expected t way the prnb Rock Fnlls Man Injured ROCK FALLS July hauling a disabled cow from nort of town just after the heavy rai Tuesday Glen Harmon was throw have taken funds during the the wagon and his collarbon year and a half broken Wea IOWA FORECAST Generally fair Wednesday night warmer In west and north portions Thursday In creasing cloudiness nnd possible showers In north portion wiirmer In extreme east por tion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures fur 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock m Wednesday Warmest Tuesday Tf Contest In Night At 8 A M Wednesday 71 Tuesday was the second day of he first nine in July with a max imum temperature of less than 80 degrees Wednesday morning thi mercury was doing a rather rapid ascent and a maximum of at Icftst 35 appeared to be well within the range of probabilities   

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