Tuesday, July 16, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa s Edited for the Home ANB MASON CITY PAILY TIMES HOME EDITION OL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 16 1929 UNITED PRESS iSTERNATlbkAl NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 241 WATCH ALGONA PARADE Moscow Clamors fcj War Troops Move Toward Border CHINESE STILL STUDY DEMAND SOVIET NOTE Report Troop Movements to SiberianManchur BULLETIN SHANGHAI July 36 nationalist government is under stood bo replying to the Rus Bian yltimatum on the CJhincse eastern railway controversy this evening within tho prescribed time limit of three days By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS the expressed belief in China that no further serious consequences may be expected front the recent seizure of the Chinese Eastern railway considerable ten sion was reported to have developed in Moscow International circles in Paris London and Tokyo have expressed doubt as to the developments of any hostilities but there were ru mors of troop movements along the SibcnarfManchurian border Mass demonstrations against the Chinese fascists were held in Mos cowduring the night and the press published unofficial warnings that Russia Would oppose violations of ultimatum reported to havebeen sent toChina byRus sia demanding a conference to clear up the situation expired today but delay in its transmission caused be lief this tirfie limit wouldbe extended Chinesfl Ship Destroyed s Censored dispatches from Harbin indicated Russian troop movements toward the Siberian border while Chinese advices from Peking re ported that Russian troops had crossed the border last week and destroyed a Chinese ship on the Black river These latter advices were not confirmed Foreign Minister Wang at Tsing tao denied knowledge of the soviet ultimatum and said he did not ex pect further serious consequences Communists in Berlin held a demonstration yesterday against the Chinese consulate and extra po1 TURN TO PAGE Ifi COLUMN 2 Wtll Says BEVERLY MILLS July I see where England has recog nized the government of Russia That menus 5 that war is i vaatically as u r e d with Russia and Ghi na and tbat they are ting all set for the old var I contracts They all learned something from us in the lost one and watch us start recog nizing too You know them is o t h i n g that disreputable natloii WILL makes look respectable as quick as to have it give you a fat war con tract All our highly civilized nations are great humanitarians but if two countries are going tn kill each other off neutrals at least would like the privilege of furnishing the ammunition When the Judgment Day comes civilization liave an alita I never took a human life I only sold the fellow the gun to take it with Yours WILL ROGERS BERGMAN AFTER HAMMILLS JOB Newton Senator Will Enter Race for Nomination for Governor NEWTON July 1C Newton Dally News was authorized today to announce the candidacy of State Senator A H Bergman of this city for the republican nomin ation for governor at the primaries next June The senator will make his cam paign on his record as a legislator He was a leader in the good roads legislation at the last assembly Bergman is president both of the First National bank here and the One Minute Manufacturing company as well as being Interested in a number of other business and in dustrial enterprises AUNT HET By Robert Quillea I reckon the town will have to help the poor wo man Since her husband died its all the boys can do to buy gasoline MEETING PUTSItlOK ON PARK PLANS Waucoma Man Elected to Head Fourth District Organization ELKADER July fourth district American Legion organ ization in convention here yesterday with the largest attendance it is said since the district meetings were started did these things Elected 1 F Snilttlo of Waucoma commander Jack Gcmghty McGregor and A M Fry Dccornh vice commanders and Ncls Malm Mason City adjutant nnd Col E E Stoup Oclwcin chaplain Deferred notion on un invita tion from the Clear Luke Le gion post for this 1030 conven tion and left thn matter to bo decided at Ji district caucus tu bo held in connection with the stato convention in Murshall tovvn next month Voted down a resolution which woulit linvo put the jrion in Ihls district down jis opposing a national policy of preparedness nnd adopted i substitute which placed an in dorsement on n program of ndenimtR defense so long m tlio remainder of tho world its faithin force as the nant factor in international re lationships Adopted 11 resolution pre sented hy Sheriff G E Cress of Mnson City whereby eacli post of the American Ixsgioii will foster a plan of education In the prevention of nccldcnln nmonjf our school children niu driving public to tlio end thnl the enormous loss of life anil limb be decreased Adopted n resolution pledging thedistrict organizations sup port to the national park pro ject or northeastern Iowas voted to urge the state department tit Its Marshnlltown comentlon tn get back of the project ns an Iowa proposition All of this business was trans acted at an afternoon session held in the opera house with some 30 posts of the district represented A banquet in the evening and an open air boxing exhibition at the fair grounds afterwards closed the dajs events State Commander George of Onawa State Adjutant R J Laird of Algona and Kraulc Miles editor of the Iowa Legion aire were speakers at the banquet TURN 5 COLUMN 6 BALA TRIED TO SAVE FLYER FROM AIRPLANE Crowd Kept Aviator Out of Cabin After Flight Companion HORTA Azores July 16 Casimlr painfully in jured himself tried In vain to rcsj cue his comrade Maj Ludwik Idzikowski from their burning j plane the Marshal Pilsudski wheni it crashed on Graciosa IslandSat1 urday night ending a transAllar1 tic venture The first complete account of the disastrous termination of the two Polish flyers brilliant attempt to fly from Le Bourget to New York was given to the Associated Press today by a witness one of thoso who sought to save the lives of both airmen His narrative revealed that both Kubala and Idzikowski were found strapped inside their plane which was upside flown in a corn field I near the village of Santa Crur Idzikowskis legs appeared to be broken anpVso pinioned beneath him he could not be extracted from the cabin before the gasoline tanks ex ploded and set the plane afire Thot One Was Dead Thoseattempting rthe rescue be lievedIdzlKtiwski was already dead when frailly the1 la we s made them desist Kubala slightly dazed with fumes from the gaso line tank which had been opened to permit dumping attempted to rush into the cabin a virtual cauldron of TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN I ITS FROM OUR HEART ALGONA M ASON CITY was pleased to extend Its hand EMMONS GIRL WALKING ALONG ROAD KILLED LAKE MILLS July Emmons 36 daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Emmons Emmons Minn for whose family the town won named died about 10 oclock last night as a result of injuries received when she was struck by a truck driven by Knute Aidahl farmer liv ing four miles north of here Miss Emmons with three compan ions was walking west on the Wil son highway just beyond the M St L station about 9 oclock The quartet was intending to eat watermelon one of them was car rying at a convenient spot along the road The girl was walking with her cousin Eskel Emmous when the truck comiJIg from behind struck the pair Both were knocked down the boy receiving injuries to his log and the girl an injury to her back Shewas taken to the Lake Mill hospital and died there an hour later Mr Aldahl is reported to have said that he was blinded by the lights of an oncoming automobile and did not see the quartet walking on the highway That whitecapped yellowcaned and ribbondeco rated delegation a halt hundred strong which dropped in on a sister community this noon born credentials for transmitting the high regard and tho congratulations of the several thousand Mason Cityans not privileged to participate In Algonas big day those who regretfully stayed behind A LGONAS big day Perhaps that is putting it too mildly Would it be ton much to refer to It as Algonas biggest day since Asa Call first sur veyed tho present site of the city in the fifties noting the river and bluffs in tho offing and observed I believe this Is the place lor our Ilty The day on which the first railroad train reached Algona surely would be the only runner up for this distinction w T OOKING back a year on Its own seventyfifth anniversary celebration Mason City regards t as an epochdividing event If caused neighbors to work together for a common cause It gave us n community consciousness There came with this event a new confidence in our city Lasting bene fits both tangible nnd intangible grew out ot that celebration Some not given to flights of ccstacy have referred to it as the birth of a new Mason City One hopes for like returns for Algona Tho unity into which Kossuth county has been welded for this historical occasion is amazing 1robably no city of Algonas size has over marshalled such an extensive showing ot products from the earlier days na is represented this week In the store win dows pnrnde with more than a hundred floats could have been accomplished by no other method than the one employed by Algonas com mittee Eveji superlatives seem tn fall short of describing this community undertaking t ALGONA nnd Kcssuth county have given other communities something to shoot at Kxcept that tho area is singularly fortunate Irt having more recorded history than almost any county or town In the slate there were no special advan tages The success of tho project is based on the disposition to pull together to select able loadnr hhlp nnd give an unflagging loyalty and support to those lenders citys foremost hope with respect to Al gonas celebration Is that the congratulations It seeks to extend may be accepted as sincere and from tho hcurt There is a genuine scnso of ap preciation for having been permitted to participate in and enjoy your delightful party Farm Board Will Labor Long Hard PAGEANT TO BE REPEATED FOR CROWD AT NIGHT jTowns History Over 75 Years Depicted by Colorful Floats BULLETIN ALGONA July was announced at noontoday the historical and educational pa rade scheduled only for the afternoon would be repeated tonight at under the glare of powerful flood lights A LGONA July 75 WASHINGTON July 16 Burdened by only one promise from its firmjawed caution s tongued chairman Alexander H Legge of Chicago the federal farm board already was engaged today at the task of fulfilling hia pledge to work long and hard A spokesman for the wheat grow ers was still missing from its mem bership owlpg to the difficulty President Hoover has encountered finding reasonably unified sup jport for such an But the urgency of the wheat problem up tu L parently had been alleviated by the sharp rise in prices on the Chicago r fh market which Legge described as U S GUARDS RUN Daylight Service Provided in New Orleans UnderPro tection of NEW ORLEANS July 16 Daylight operation of street cars went ahead today under federal armed guards without indications of any settlement of differences be tween the street car company and the employes who walked out ot their jobs July 2 The service began yesterday with 14 cars on the St CharlesTulaie belt route before the curious gnzt of hundreds and with a fair sized number of paid fares The test was carried out In the absence of a single disturbance The cars put up in the barns be fore darkness fell Twentyfour hour service will be resumed when federal authorities feel assured the stage of possible vi olence is passed said Victor Loisel United States marshal charged with enforcing the federal injunc tion restraining intimidation of workers and molestation of proper ty A citizen committee for a week has sught to bring New Orleans Public Service Inc into negotia tions with the union You never realize how many friends you have until you buy or PLAN RITES FOR BELMOND EDITOR Funeral of Rankins Likely to Be Held on Wed nesday BELMOND July definite arrangements for the funeral of Roy A Rankins 36 publisher of the Belmond Independent who died sud denly at his home here yesterday afternoon have not been announced tho it will probably be held at the Congregational church on Wednes day Burial la to be made in the Belmond cemetery BY AIRPLANE The of Zetteiisbyvaifplane As the big press in our office rolls off this paper an airplane owned by the Pioneer Flyers Inc of Mason City and pi loted by George Barrett gro cercouncilman is warming its motor at the airport west of the city waiting to take to the skies with the 500 Al gona papers The paper should be in the hands of Kossuth county readers 40 minutes after it is ofE the press Texas BREMEN OUT TO BEAT RECORD Giant Liner Is Expected to Complete Crossing in at Least 6 Days BERLIN July 16 shipping makes its renewed bid for worldwide patronage this afternoon with departure at 5 p m 11 a m E S T of the giant luxurious new liner the Bremen for New York Leaving Bremerhaven the ship will call at the channel ports of Southampton and Cherbourg and probably will attempt to make a new westward crossing speed record radfo operator of the monoplane to America A six day crossing from Southern Cross on its flight from Bremerhaven is expected One of the ships chief construe Flyers Quit Frisco Ship Still Up BULLETIN HOUSTON Texas July 16 Glass and Glen L Loomis who took off yesterday in au attempt to a new rn durnnve flight record landed in a field southeast of the air port Their monoplane chris tened Dollar Oity had been in the air less than 20 bourn SAN FRANCISCO July 16 An attempt to break the newly es tablished endurance flight record of 246 hours 43 minutes 32 seconds was In progress here today The monoplane San Francisco piloted by Barlett Stephens acting superintendent of Mills field the municipal airport and Fred McKin ley San Francisco flyer entered its twentieth hour in the air at a m Four contacts were made with the endurance plane early last night by Its nurse shipx the Californian piloted by Don Templeton and James Warner The latter was the CLAIMS LIQUOR Wickersham Thinks Burden of Enforcement Should Be Divided NEW LONDON Conn Tilly 18 Franklin D Roosevelt of New York speaking at the gover nors conference which openedhere today read a letter from George W Wickersham head of President Hoovers law enforcement commis sion in which Wickersham admits the weakness of the federal prohibi tion enforcement act The letter described by Gover nor Roosevelt as the first public expression of the law enforcement chief on the subject points out that enforcement or the Volstead act has rested chiefly on the shoulders of the federal government It suggests that some feasible means of dividing the burden of enforcement between states and national government be found and that states be given police jurisdic tion over the retailing end of the pecuniarily profitable crime of liquor law violation and the na tional government retain policing power over the wholesale end of this business Wickershams Idler assured Gov ernor Roosevelt that prohibition being a mast serious subject will be one of the chief national prob lems to be investigated by the law enforcement commission a break of luck at the start Attack Farm Problems Confronted with a number of re quests for aid from representatives ot various commodities besides wheat out of the now available and the addi tional authorized by congress the seven men who have up their private connections in business and agriculture to attack the mvilti tude of agricultural problems lost DO timo in beginning Secretary Hyde as colleague the work before them They hope as Legge cautiously phrased it to get something done which will ofbenefit to the pro ducers of this years crops a few hoursrafterrVtney formallyorganized yesterday in the and before their second meetingwith Presldet Hoov er at dinner last night they were I established In temporary quarters in the Mayflower hotel Will Sclent Advisors Much of the boards work Is to be directed toward the strengthening and building up of cooperative and other agricultural organizations al ready In existence One of the first major tasks looking to that end will of the dwellers Indian unfolded itself before a crowd or 3HOOO to 20000 persons this afternoon in a parade here of more than 100 floats and marching units Floats many of which were works of art in crepe and stream ers broL in in symbolic forms stor ies of the arrival of the first sit tiers The pony express the beginnings of social and business life the de velopment of agriculture fights against grasshoppers and hard win OTHER ALGONA ITEMS Other items concerning the Al gona jubilee are on pages 5 and 1 10 of this edition The order of floats will be found on page oe the selection of advisory councils for different commodities These Tera r p hasca otthe lit the times agricultural and dairy floats bringing1 out the wide ex tent of the work of the Farm Bu reau and cooperative organizations were features of the parade Shows Old nnd New In particular emphasis was ths change from the olci to the new The vast difference between the life and surroundings of the ploncerand those of IUH descendants were brot out in bold relief About a dozen hands took part in the parade prominent among them un uiiiereiiL uummotuues inese Mason Citv and Aleona I and the Fort lization corporations to be set up by producers thru their cooperative marketing organizations and fi nanced out of the boards SnOOOOO 000 revolving fund Another big task which the memj drum corps The Mason City band headed a delegation of about 100 business men W V Lorlng led the Mason City contingent Horses in Pageant Too hers confronted within the first 24 Reverai nundrcd horses took part hours of the boards existence wasjjn the historical pageant These in the beginning of a study to acquaint i Trnori B of Lhe fourteenth themselves with the full extent of their authority under the farm re lief law Feb 8 1893 He received his early education in the local schools At the age of 10 in August 1903 he was afflicted with infantile paraly sis which rendered him nearly help less as to his ability to get around Since that time he had been con Clned to a wheel chair WasProlific Writer Early in life he became very much interested in editorial work rent a roomy c lage at n summer Review J and from his pen have come many tion engineers said Despite repeated press state ments that Bremen is not out to capture the blue ribbon of the ocean there is no doubt she will try to establish a new speed record on her maiden trip Speed tests made before the Bremen passed into the possession of the North German Lloyd com pany make me confident she will prove the fastest liner on the At lantic The previous westward crossing record was made by the Mauretanla in July 1028 being 5 days 3 hours 17 minutes The Mauretania in Au gust 3024 made an eastward record of 5 days 1 hour and 40 minutes jthe Rodfl Cincinnati on its flight from Oakland to Australia last year Gas oline and supplies necessary to keep the San Francisco un thruout the night were transferred Rally in Ninth Gives Opener to Cincinnati Reds JOHN SNIDER 68 SUCCUMBS HERE Heart Disease Fatal to Long Time Resident of City John Snider 68 a carpenter In the city for several years was found dead In bed Monday after noon by K S Hubbard a friend of the dead man Death which was due to heart disease occurredin his rooms at East State street Mr Snider was unmarried HP was a retired farmer and a former deputy sheriff here He had resided in this vicinity for about 50 years Surviving are a brother living in Chicago and a nephew W A Ames Clear Lake BROOKLYN July 16 ral ly against Dazzy Vance for two runs in the ninth enabled Cincin nati to defeat Brooklyn by r to 3 In tho first game of a douhleheader here today Upri Lucas pitched for Mother Dies From Gun in Sons Hands i TRIPOLI July 16 Her man Pinchelmann was killed this morning by the accidental discharge of a shotgun In the hands of her son Stanley 18 The boy was using 11 GIRLS DIE IN DEATH PLUNGE 10 Passenger Truck Carry ing Picnic Party Dives Abyss TEGUCIGALPA Honduras July 16 and happy at the end of a perfect days picnicking 1 Honduran high school girls yes erday went to their death when the truck In which they were riding crashed into a thousand foot abyss near Sauce a few miles from here Twentytwo were hurt some seri ously The driver Luis Medina was killed outright Salvador Corlcto minister of public works was seri ously injured in attempting to reach the bottom of the abyss to aid In extricating the bodies from the wreckage The class of girls had been to a not far distant for a box Sunch dancing and native games After a day spent In fun making they piled on to the truck for the trip hack to Tegucigalpa many seated about the edge of the truck with their feet hanging over Its sides It was not known exactly what caused the truck to go over the side of the road but it was thot possibly the drivers attention was distracted momentarily at a dangerous spot in the road by their laughter nnrt gaiety All theaters and concerts were suspended here and national mourn ing will be declared for the funeral day the gun in an attempt to kill a skunk near poultry house on their farm The French havent forgotten the war nnd they probably expect that 001 200 10 1 jHfalne boy to cleim all the credit for A Jot of child welfare work can be Brooklyn 90lthe YHlow Birds TUBA TO PAGE 18 COLUMN 3 done with a switch 1 Lucas Oooch Vance Deberry1 Rapids Gazett J i cavalry Fort Des Moines a score or more of ponies bearing Farm Bureau hoys and horses from all the townships of Kossuth county carrying riders who bore the ban ners of the townships they repre sented The oldtimers of the coun ty rode in the parade in cars pro vided for them The entire line of march from the fairgrounds past the athletic park along State street around the court TUKN TO PAGE IP COLUMN 1 Achievement Day Planned PRESTON Minn July 16 JF An achievement day program for Flllmore county 4H club members will be held here July 20 with en tries In hreadmaking cakemaking and sewing contests A picnir din ner and a stunt program Is also planned Wea IOWA FORECAST Inrtly cloudy Tuesday night nnd Wednesday thundershow ors Tuesday afternoon nnd Tuesday night in southeast por tion warmer in extreme east portion Twsday night nnd in south and extreme past Wed nesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette waather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Tuesday Warmest Tuesday 81 Coolest in Night 61 At 8 A M Tuesday 15 After a rainy Sabbath the weath er man smiled on North Iowa Mon day with the result that the mer cury was pushed almost 10 degrees higher than on the previous day Tuesday morning at 8 oclock the temperature was within 6 de grees of Mondays high point It looked like a good day for Algona whoopee party