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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa JVbr ih lo s AILY PAPER Edited for the Home TIMES O M E EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASES WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA JULY 12 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 238 RUSSIANCHINESE WAR LOOMS Daylight Robbery 2 OTHERS HELD FOR HOLDUP OF FINANCE FIRM Most of Loot Is Found in Apartment of To peka Couple fOPEKA Kans July 12 1 comely young brunet mother or a T year old caugater and two others were in jail today following her alleged confession thatshe com mitted the 514000 daylight holdup of two employes of the Security Benefit association here June 28 The woman Mrs Vivian Scraper 25 and Cecil Streit 24 employe of the association were arrested JCB terday in an apartment where they were living together Marie Rainey 16 who lived with them as their niece and was Mrs Scrapers only confidante after the crime was held for investigation Officers found hiddenIn an overstuffed chair and behind a picture in the couples apartment Mrs Scraper told Sheriff Wayne Horning he said that it was because of love for Streit that she committed the holdup after forcing A G Perlich Kansas City sales man to drive her to the scene of the robbery in front of the Security Benefit assbciatibn building Pilots Are in Good SpiritsV as Eridurance Plane Passes 245th Hour Flyers Freshened by Bath Give No Indication of M y Quitting BULLETIN CULVER CITY Cal July 13 endurance contest be tween men artd metal contin ued In the skies above the air port today with neither the pi lots nor the plane showing signs of the flag of surrender as the two hundred and ttrtyftfth hour was passed at p m pULVBR CITY Cal July two tough hombres and heir second band biplane still were n the air today At a m hey were in their 237th hour aloft nd ground observers looked in vain or signs that the record breaking ath their first since leaving the ground July 2 Pilots L W Mendell md R B Relnhart were reported to be in very good spirits The degree of isolation afforded by their flight provided insufficient privacy for them to take a without curtains for the cabin win dows it was revealed in a note from MendeUwhich said Tried to take a bath but four irplanes flew by and had to quit Slade jiulbert of A the refueling sto her Mysweet man is innocentand I am going to do everything I can to get him out of this hot jail she told the sheriff Mrs Scraper admitted accord ing to the sheriff that she planned tiie holdup a month but de layed it because she lost her nerve She also said the revolver she used was not loaded EL PASO IS HIT BY HEAVY RAIN Large Boulders Are Carriec Thru Streets by Cloud burst EL PASO Texas July 12 IF El Paso i today surveyed wreckage and ruin in the wake of one of the most disastrous cloudbursts ia it history that hit an exclusive resi dential district yesterday Damage was estimated at a quar ter of a million dollars Without warning a solid blanket of water was released from clouds over the Franklin mountains A wall of water swept into the streets carrying boulders as large as office desks The stone foundation of one house was swept from under the building Parked wagons and automobiles were picked up by the current and smashed into poles and buildings Chunks of asphalt pavement were torn up and carried away Adobe houses of Mexicans in the lowlands were washed away by the water whichstood three feet deep until late last night lijfht would end soon Freshened late yesterday by a 6th rieii were MKee Loses to Bartlett in 18 Holes Health Again Worries Great Britain By WILBUR C PETERSON Associated Press Staff Writer f CDEAR RAPIDS COUNTRY CLUB July 12 defending champion appeared heaned for the finals of the state golf tournament today but whether ills opponentwould be 47 yearold Tom Hayes of Chariton or youth ful Carroll Stuart of Waterloo was a matter of conjecture Bartlett went to lunch 5 up on Craig McKeeofDea Moines by virtue of par 71 morning round while Hayes held a 1 up advantage on Stuart largely due to p 34 one under par on outgoing Journey The Des Moines youth was in trouble on several holes Pitch shots to the green failed to hold on the first three holes and he lost two of failed to take advantage of the only opening Bartlett gave him and took three puttson after half dub bing andtaklngtwo to rr up spick and span The curtatosvhad beep supplied when their supper principally fried chick en was1 sent up Chicken sure wa food and much enjoyed said other note They passed the previous mark of 174 hours 59 seconds Tuesdayafter noon Since yesterday morning however they have been sticking close to the airport probably be cause of the N A A requirement that to make an official recorda plane must land at the Airport from whichit takes off was made last night that Paul Whittler one of the back ers of the flight and pilot of the re fueling plane is a millionaire pilot A son of the late MaxB Whittler southern California oil magnate he is many times a mil lionaire by inheritance the love of it Bartlett out 444 434 out 465 434 BJ Toni Hayes Chariton whose47 years have earned him the itleof of the Tourney played betterthan par again on the outside toassume a two up lead on Carroll Stuart Waterloo youth Both had two birdies but Stuart vent one over par in three holes Stuart allowed Hayes to go into he lead on the last two holes play ng safe after getting into woods on the eighth and hanging bis putt CONTINUED ON MARKET PAGE Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July I sure would like to fly to Rome f it just wasnt for one thing I wouldnt want Mussolini kiss Ing me I would be afraid ha would bite me Sec where thy Mayos at Ro chester deny that they had anything to do with trying to put the country on grape fruit and lettuce for 18 days They say the country is goingM crazy without WILL their Indorsement Wliy would the Mayos prescribe a diet There is more fbom to operate on a fat person than on a thin one Fortyfive nations includinr the United States have objectec to the new tariff but not Reed Smoot Yours WILL ROGERS He flies for AUNT HEX By Bobert QuilJen Amy pretends shesmy friend but she served that sticky stuff at the Aid So ciety meetin knowin good an well my upper plate would stick an pull loose when I bit it LITZINGERAND PAL ARE GUILTY Chicago Judge Sentences Convicted Mail Robbers to 25 Years CHICAGO July 12 itzinger and John Red Flannery he last of the band that dynamitec a Grand Trunkmail car 17 months ago and fled with lout ivere convicted today The jury had deliberated less ban an hour last night and re urned a sealedverdict of guilty efore Federal Judge Walter C Indley The court sentenced each to 25 years imprisonment and overruled all motions for new trial and stay of execution Oregon College Boy Finishes 6 on Lehman MISSION HILLS KANSAS CITY July12 Moe 19 year old college boy of rPortland Ore sweep toward the Western Amateur Golf cham pionship today by finishing six up on JohnLehmanGary Ind for mer Big Ten titleholder at the1 end of the first 18 holes of their 36 hole semifinal match Art Sweet Chicago ended the first 18 holes of his semifinal match one up oa Gilbert Carter bt NevadaMo ASKSMREST OF SMUGGLER Wife of Conadi to Be Turned Over to CkineMi Author ities for Trikl WASHINGTON July 12 Chinese Minster Wu today requested Secretary Stimspn to turn Mrs YingKao wife of the Chinese vice consul at San Francisco over to Chinese authorities for trial on charges of opiunVsmuggling Secretary Stimson takenth requestunder consideration Unofficial opinion however was to the effect that the secretary would not grant it Are Issued SAN FRANCISCO July 12 Warrants for the arrest of Susie King Kao Ylng Kao and Suen Foon charging them with facilita ting the transportation and conceal ment of a quantity of opium in vio lation of the JonesMilleract were Issued from the United States com missioners office today 18 PERSONS ARE HURT IN STORM Three North Dakota Towns Hit by Tornado Cars Blown From Rails DEVILS LAKE N Dak July 12 persona were in jured thousands of dollars in prop erty damaged and telephone and telegraph comiriunication inter rupted in a tornado which struck this city Chary and Ardoch last night John and Frank Vanderlyn farm ers living near Crary were severe ly Injured when a barn on their farm was demolished and George Jacobson hired hand on a farm near Crary received a broken leg Fifteen laborers were injurcj none seriously when eight cars of GreatNorthern train were blown near here railway work from the rails YANKS MAY FLY BACK TO U S Italian Hying Boat Will Be Used by Pilots of Pathfinder NEWYORKYJuly 12 American Aeronautical corporation announced today that acablehad seen received from Italy stating Lhat Roger Q Williams and Capt Liewia Lancey arecontemplating a return flight to the United States in a flyingboat The message was from the Savola Marchctti company of Milan manu facturers of flying boats in Italy The pilots flew the monoplane Pathfinder from Old Orchard Maine to Rome in twohops would make three stopsin their proposed return flight to America They would stop In Spain the Azores and Bermuda with New York the terminus Dispatchesfrom Rome where the flyers are being entertained how ever announced that before return ing to the United Statesthey plan to visitParis fora meeting with the crew of the transAtlantic plane Yellow Bird andthen go on to Lon 3on crating the Pathfinder for ship ment to Amrlcn Will Visit Paris ROME July 12 Lowis A Yancey and Roser Q Williams accompanied by Under Secretary TURN TO PAGE 8COLUMN 5 it MEDICAL FEES BIG PROBLEM Sioux Gity Creamery Company Figures in Plan for Big Merger SIOWX CITY July 12 ournai today says Negotiations or thesale of the Hanford Cream ry company of Sioux City a sub Id ary of the Central Distributers Incof New York City to the Bjr den company of New York City are under way Transfer of the property here will be a part of a gigantic merger of all of the properties of the Cen tral Distributors Inc a concern with the Borden compauy Wahan Will Take Charge of U of Iowa Extension IOWA CITY July 12 o he double administrative load shouldered for the past two months jy Edward H Lauer at the Univer clty of Iowa will be relinquishec Aug 1 when Bruce E Mahan as sumescomplete charge of the ex sion division r Morgan Says Publics Outcry Against Cost Needs Attention PORTLAND Ore July William Gerry Morgan of Wash ngton presidentelect of the Amer can Medical association address rig the congress of his organization Herelast night declared that as means of combating the outcry against increased cost of medical services was one of the problems confronting the profession The problem perhaps most acute fromthe public point ofview said Dr Morgan is the cost of medical re Certainly It may be said that the Individualfee received by physi cians cannot account for the com plaints against us and It may be that the true difficulty may lie in the elaborate and expensive diag nostic procedure which the public has demand The house of delegates of the as sociation voted to raise the limit for annual dues to from Fur ther investigation was asked of a proposal to urge state legislators to provide for mental and moral ex aminations for automobile drivers The supreme court has ruled that a pacifist cant become a citizen but there is nothing to prevent ft citizen from becoming a Virginia Pilot Have You Ever Said Promise Me You Wont Repeat This Of course you have and thats why youll enjoy CHATTY Goddess of Gab By Beatrice Burton Starting Monday in the GlobeGazette HOOVER NAMES NYFARMERTO DETECTIVE HELD IN SiO ROBBERY Chicago Saloonkeeper Iden tifies Officer as Hold Up Man CHICAGO July 12 ive Daniel Allman member of the Grand Crossing station dry sqnad which has I been especially active against saloonkeepers was arrested ast night charged with robbery i armedA saloonkeeper menl Charles Wilson Widely Known for Dairying Operations w ASHINGTON July 12 IP SOVIET TROOPS READY TO MOVE INTOMANCHURIA Seizure of Road May Lead to Serious v Consequences HARBIN Manchuria July 12 Northeastern China boiled today in a ferment SinoRussian antig onism which admittedly may hfxvs the gravest consequences Harbin itself spent a night bor dering on panic with near riots and wild scenes occurring every time a train on the Chinese eastern rail way seized yesterday by the Chi nese authorities departed from ths station Russians fought with Manchuriah police in many parts of the wealthy province and there were repurtn here that soviet troops in eastern Siberia were ready to move east ward into Manchuria at a moments notice Russians Ordered Out Thirty expelled Russian officials of the railroad were started at G p m yesterday for eastern and nearly 300 others with orders to move in 12 hours were leaving tUa rovlnce today Chang ChingHui governor oE the Harbin district handed 0 N Melnikov soviet consul passports for the expelled Russians 1 II Enshanov manager the rail way was confined to his residence under heavy guard being forced to give up jhis post rLu YungHuangpresident of tbji Chinese eastern Russia had been responsible for tha expulsion of the Russian railroad officials and employes and the rup ture it represented He concluded with the statement that China waa prepared to combat Russian retalia ory measures Sovfct Agencies Closed Actual seizure of the Chinese eastern followed seizure first of its elephone and telegraph agencies Charles A Wilson former New York state commissioner of agri culture has been appointed to the federal farm board One vacancy now remains to be and the president is looking identified Allman as one of two men who held him up and took 50 from the cash register Charles Fisher described as a po ice informer was arrested with the detective and identified by the sa loonkeeper William Christian In Fishers possession was the police badge of Detective Joseph Hennes sey who was being sought today for questioning The cleanup squad of which De tectives Allman and Hennessey are members has been one of the most active in the city The saloonkeepers story was that Detective Allman and toda r that bfi expected unlll I the ppoint spme time next week after the first meeting of the board scheduled for Monday Wilson operates a farm near Rochester N Y and has had an extensive experience with the dairy ing and fruit growing industries of the northeast He was recommend ed and sponsored by agricultural or ganizations and individuals for a place on the board Alexander H Legge chairman of the boatd and Carl Williams spokesman for the cotton growing industry arrived in Washington to day and will be guests of President Hoover over the weekend at his Fisher had fishing preserve in the mountains and arrest of certain Russian offi cials and employes M Melnikov mmediately demanded release of the imprisoned men by noon yester day The Chinese seized the re mainder of the road AU soviet agencies in churia were closed unions disbanded It was understood the Chinese ac northeru Man and the labor lion was meeting the at direct outcome of a Peping of Chang HsuehLiang overlord of Manchur ia president of the Nanking gov ernment Chiang KaiShek and for eign minister C T Wang who or dered immediate seizure and full control of the railway Former Tama Man to Be Journalism Teacher IOWA CITY July 12 H Gallup asosciate professor ome to his place flashing stars Virginia had fa nd saying they were from down own They demanded for rotection Christian said When he efused thetwo drewi pistols lined p seven patrons and took 550 from he cash register police were told KEYES DEPUTY IS CONVICTED Aid of Former District At torney Accused of Pay ing Bribe LOS ANGELES July 12 other episode In the bribery scandal hat resulted in the conviction and mprisonment of Asa Keyes former district attorney here in connection with the Julian Petroleum corpor ation promotion was recorded ycs icrday with the conviction of Harolc L Davis who was chief deputy un der Keycs A jury In superior court fount Davis guilty of bribery the charg being he paid to obtain th acquittal of promoters of the de funct Julian corporation tried in 1927 on fraud charges Davis and Keyes prosecuted th Julian promoters nil of whom wcr acquitted Davis who was not implicated i the trial of Keyes and who servo as a state witness then was indicte later In the confession of Be Getzoff who made a statement af ter his conviction as an accomplic in the bribery journalism BLAME REVENGE IN IOWA DEATH Gun ThatKilled Anthony Held Close to Body Jury Decides WATERLOO July 12 ore P Anthony who was found hot to death in his automohile here arly yesterday was killed by a ullet from a 32 caliber pistol held vlthln four inches of his cheat it vas learned at an autopsy today The bullet waa removed before a oronera jury which then mljourneci until 10 a m tomorrow in the office f Sheriff H T Wagner acting cor ner Police and the sheriff were work ng today on the theory that An hony was killed for jealousy or re venge Officers alleged ne had bcec attentive to two married women Anthonys mother Mrs A J Kempton his brother Rex Anthony and his divorced wife Ethel An hony all of DCS Moines were here oday and have asked lo lake the aody to Des Momcs in at the University of Iowa will be succeeded by F A Mulrhead formerly on the Tama News Herald and now with a Chi cago advertising firm Gallup will become head of the department at journalism at Drake university FORECAST lineal thumlcrshowers able Friilny night nmJ Satur day somewhat cooler in west nml north portions Saturday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Friday Warmest Thursday 8S Coolest In Night CD At 8 A M Friday 7J Rainfall 05 Altho not the warmest by 5 de Tees Thursday was perhaps the sultriest and most uncomfortable day of the summer in Mason City The rain which came early Friday morning was probably the result of that condition of humidity Y Plans ThrccMllo Swim ST PAUL July 12 St Paul Y M C A is planning a threemile swim to be held Labor Day at Lake St Crolx The swim which Is expected to attract a large entry list from Minnesota Wiscon sin North and South Dakota be sides some paddicrs from Canada is to be made an annual event