Mason City Globe Gazette, August 8, 1929

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 08, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home ANDMASONGITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS IiEASED WIRE REPORT H O M E EDITION TtlTTPQTS A V ATTPTIgT O IftQQ TT AUGUST 81929 UNITED PRESSAND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 261 TO BUY WHEAT I Briiaiid Rqvt Rhine Evacuation 1 GERM AN ARGUES WITH BRIAND OVER METHODS French Want Commission to Keep Watch Over Territory BOtJLETIN v THE HAGUE Aug 8 Philip Snowden British chan cello r of the exchequer declared categorically today in the fi nancial committee of the Hague conference to put into effect the Young plan thatGreat Britain would not give way on her de mand for an Increased share of German reparations and that his government regarded the point as a fundamentalone THE HAGUE Aug S and German views on evacuation of theRhlnelarid werestated flatly todays to each other by Premier Briand of France and Gustav Stresemann Germanforeign minis ter in aprivate conversation at the Hotel Des Indies While the French premier and German foreign minister were in acppr4 on the general principle of evacuation of the occupied district they at complete variance on the measure of cpntroj which Is to substituted for military forces ra5sed njt objectlo evacuation should be concluded withlft three mpnths after Adoption of theYoungpian sncb ob jections as physical difficulties of removing the men might preseijj Consider Rhine Commission He told Dr Stresemann however he couldnot acquiesce so readily in his refusal to consider the setting up ofa commission on the left bank of the Rhine to oversee armament activities The two statesmen exchanged viewsas a prelude j of the committee political mat ters which was decided upon yes terday by the conference of the gov J ernmehts meeting hereto devise ap plicationof the Young plan Tney eacn other real izing that upon their discussion resc ed inlarge measure final resolution of problems growing WcrkVwar out of the The German argumentwas the Rhineland must be evacuated in any case in five yearsunder the treaty of Versailles and the treaty provides for no such commission or other organ towatch over the Rhine ter ritory hence there reason for introducing it in any arrangemen i to be made Objects to Committee Dr Stresemann objected even t I i temporary existence of such a corr Jilmittee to cover the period interven I Ing between adoption of the Youn f plan andthe legal date for evacua tipn He contended that Germany ex pectedas a consequence of the ado tion of the Young plan and corame h clalization of the unconditional an i nuitles tnat the Rhineland would b evacuated within month j from the payment of tha first In TURN TO PAGE I2COLTTMNl Will BEVERLYHILLS problem is thisdiscon tent in our prisons Hardly a day passes that prisoners dont show some lit jt 1 e outward sign of uneasi Iness such as shooting afew I guards burning some buildings ian d giving some hint pub jliclyUhat they jwanFto partlci Jpate in thisera lof prosperity thru which we ends meet It Just looks like the boya in there dont appreciate how fortunate they are have no installment payments to meet The next political campaign is liable to be based on and better Jails for bigger and better prisonersA satisfied prisoner means a satisfied nation Per sonally r would like tosee all turned out as I bave always felt we had the wrong bunch in there Yours WILL ROGERS NEPHEW OF ONE i ITALIAN PREMIER FREE From Franceso Nitti Escapes Fascist Prison on Island DARIS Francesco Aug 8 TI NtU nePhew of the former Italian premier and two other AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I reckon every triflin scamp like Ben has a sneak in notion hell get to Heaven on account of his wife beinso good f LWU umer prominent members of Italys sup pressed political opposition have escaped the fascist prison isle of Lipari and have made their wav to Paris Antifascist circles here today ac claimed the escape related in wide y published stories asthe greatest nsplration given their movement in months Accounts of their imprison ment werewelcomed in theseGir lies as revealing tactics employed iy the fascist regime in checking growth ofopposing elements Escaping with Nitti were Carlo Roselli formerprofessor of po litical economy at the Genoa Insti tute and Emilio Lussu war hero four times decorated ny the Italian government Rosellts account of the escape made to Paris newspapers saic they eluded 400 guards which the Italian government placed on the small isle off Sicily to watch 500 political prisoners and swam along the shore of the island to a seclud ed spot where some friends awaited them with a small sailboat Endurance Plane to Shuttle Continent Twice ed Photo tissQciazca ness raote Refueling In flight a standard Boeing air mall blplano will take off from Oakland for two round trips from const to coastthence to Cleveland to stay up as long as possibles The army air corns und post office department are cooperating with Capt Ira EaUor chief pilot who was pilot of the Oues tlon Mark ovver plnno is the flight ship Upper is one of the four refueling craft Map shows points for nonstop plane SOVIET PLANE STARTS FOR NY Five Flyers Plan to Make United States in Easy Stages LONDONwAug 5 change Telegraph company disp today fromBerlin said the soviet dirpaneLanoT of with a crew of five took off at Moscow today on a trip to New York bj wayof Siberia and Alaska The first stop will be Omsk 1400 miies eastward POSSIBILITY OF MURDER PROBED Man Found in River Near Clinton May Not Have Been Drowned CLINTON Aug 8 theory hat drowning might not nave been he cause of the death of a man be ieved to be H G Hervey whose spdy was found in the Mississippi near here yesterday has been advanced by Sheriff E R Cooke Aff autopsy last night revealed that the man might have met his death in some other manner man might beHervey a former watchman for the St Louis md San Franciscorailway at Ok ahomaCity was Indicated In a let er found in a tirunk here The runk delivered here July 17 was unclaimed In the dead mans pocket vas found a baggage check for it Besides the letters tho trunk ontained a bank book for the First National bank of Memphis Tenn where Harvey had deposited May 9 The aviators are Boris Sterligof navigator Sernyon Shestawof pilot hilip Bolotof alternate pilot A Shestakof mechanic and D D oofayef The airplane ia an allmetal am phibian biplane with two 600 horse power engines It was built by popular subscription Their route covers about 12000 miles roughly jncroas Siberia the Aleutian Islands Alaska Seattle Ian Francisco and Chicago The northern Pacific section of heir itinerary has been flown but wlce before once by English avi ators one of whom met disaster and again in 1924 by the first Unit ed States armyworld flyers when ne of the four planes had to turn ack before reaching Japan WILLJAMWILL TESTAIRPLANE E x p e c ts Mystery Ship to Make at Least 318 Miles an Hour ATINAPPLIS Md Aug 8 ieut Alfofd J Williams Navy Iyer here to test the Mercury racer that may be a Schneider cup entry said today that he would take Friends Foes in Mourning Over Berger BUIXETIpi MILWAUKEE Aug S Simple funeral services nn ious as possible for a note will be con ducted here Saturday afternoon for Victor L Berger socialist leader and editor Burial willbe here af oclock Eustace Hayddn of the dhlnitjschool of the Univer sity of Chicago will conduct the services Oscar Amerlnger tor of the OldnhonmLender Oklahoma Cltj and ofthe 1111 noLs Miner a newspaper col league of Berger also will de liver an address ARBITRATION BOARD NAMED Canadian and U S Repre sentatives Will Discuss Sinking of Im Alone WASHINGTON Aug 8 commission which wn arbitrate the differences betweenthe United States and Canada over the inlclng of the runt rtinrter Im Alone in the Gulf of Mexico last March has been designatedand is expected soon to select a time and place for its hear ing TheUnited States is represented brithe commission by Justice Willis Van Devanter of the supreme court arid Canada by Eugene Lafleur K CMontreal George Wharton Pep per former United States senator MILWAUKEE Aug S Pennsylvania and John E Mourning the death of their partys Reac1 legal adviser of the Canadian leader prominent socialists from all department of external affairs have parts of the land today were deqlenated the npfmfn of ihoir lingto arrive in Milwaukee for the SNOOKJNTEARS ADMITS HE HIT MISS HIX FIRST Weeping Broken For mer He Feared Attack pOURTROOM COLUMBUS Ohio Aug 8 James H Snook wept on the witness stand today as he told the jury in his first degree murder trial today how he killeQ Theora Hix As he approached the telling of the fatal minute when he struck the first hammer blow on the girls head his steady voice faltered his eyes filled with tears and he cried openly For more than a full minute he sat struggling for speech and dab bing at his eyes with his handker chief Struck First Blow Dr Snook testified that he struck the first blow to protect himself from an attack by the girl as they sat in his car parked on a lonely rifle range The blow stopped her he said I and she jumped from the car shout ing Damn you Ill kill you too Her purse won in her handand the defendant fighting forhia life from the witness chair declared he thot she had apistol n the purse and was leaving the car to shoot I was sure she was going to shoot me My only thot was to stfp her I sprang after her and struck her again Dr Snook at any time that night when you struck the first second or third blow did you intend to kill Theora Hlx Max Seyfert defense attorney asked the plane conditions were favorable to de termine how it would riso from the water and whether it would perform as expected No test for altitude or speed will be made today Declaring he did not know the sourceof what he termed 100 mile the speed ace said he did not know anything about the speed the plane would attain but that he expected it would surpass Ihe existing record of 318 miles an hour Iowa Goal Operators Meeting With Hammill DES MOINES Aug 8 coal operators miners and consum irs methere today with Governor to devise ways of in creasing the consumption of Iowa mined coal A committee recently appointedto study thesituation vill report its findings to the group hisafternoon funeral of Victor L Berger 69 pub isher of the Milwaukee Leader and former member of the national representatives who died vesterday afternoon The funeral services will be con ducted either Friday or Saturday afternoon with Interment in Forest Home cemetery here While It was understood members of the Berger family preferredtheformer it was expected the services wouldbe con ducted Saturday because some of Bergers colleagues mayrfind it dif ficult to arrive before then It was however definitely an nounced that the former socialist leaders body will He In state here Friday Funeral services to be as simple as possibleat the request of his family Hundreds of messages ofcondo lence and tribute poured into the family liome 3esterday Foes Friends Send Messages They came not only from his political partisans but from his foes as well Among them were mes sages fromGovernor Kohler of Wis consin President Glenn Frank of the state university Representative John C Schaffer Milwaukee repub lican colleague of Berger from the republican and democratic leaders in the state from men who served in the national congresswith Ber ger from newspaper associates but for the most part from men promi nent in the party of which Berger was deemed the head by virtue of seniority and accomplishment Fort Dodge Man Is Iowa Pythian Head CEDAR RAPIDS Aug 8 Of Clydo C Gusllin FortDodge was elected grand chancellor of the Iowa Knights of Pythias here last night Mrs Mabe Haywood of Dy sart was named grand chief of the Pythian Bisters A navy matt has a hard row to hoe If he needs more money he an write for the magazines but after he is kicked out for it the nagazines dont want his Kesslniers Revlow Damage to Bridges in Johnson County IOWA CITY Aug 8 age estimated at has been lone to 32 Johnson county bridges jy recent heavy rains County En gineer G M Griffith reports Re ports from 25 other bridges wesre not yet available Heavens no she was a good friend of mine I never thot she would do It Asked for Reading of Replies As he answered the question Dr Snooks voice broke again he pulled jrg nave off his nose glasses and rested his been designated the agents of their nead in llis hand while he wiped respective governments to appear TURNTQ PAGE 4 COLUSIN 3 before the commission while W N Tilley K C Toronto and Airne Georggrlon of Montreal will assist Read A number of points of disagree ment involving interpretation of provisions of the 1924 rum smug gling treaty between the United States andGreat Britain as well as differences on questions of fact will be argued before the comniis sloniri view of the circumstances of the Tm Alone sinking LIQUOR TO GET SPECIAL STUDY Prohibition in Class by Itself in Probe of Crime Group WASHINGTON Aug 8 W Prohibition has been assigned a place by itself in a program of 11 investigations worked out by the national law enforcement commis sion after four months of prelim inary of itageneral problem No other single body of laws was singled out for such concentrated study andthe indicated the commission further importance it at taches to prohibition by its own chairman George W Wick is rsli am as head of the committee with Chafrman Wickersham as an exofflcto member of all Judge William S Kenyon of Iowa was designated chairman of the committee on lawlessness by gov ernment law enforcing officers which was made one of the subjects inquiry Thecomm on juvenile delin quency will be headed by Miss Ada L Comstock president of Radcliffc college the only woman on the com mission that on causes of crime ny Henry W Anderson of Virginia statistics of crime and criminal jus tice by Dean Roscoe Pound of Har vard law school police by Frank J Loesch of Chicago courts by Judge William I Grubb of Alabama pros ecutions by Monte M Lcmann of New Orleans penal Institutions Dy Judge Kenneth Mackintosh of Washington state criminal justice by Newton D Baker of Ohio and cost of crime by Judge Paul J Mc Cormick of California Tiso Defeats McAuliffe in 18Hole Match FOREST PARK STV LOUIS Mo Aug 8 Tiso 19 year oW New York student who tied for tournament medalist honors de feated J J McAuliffe of Buffalo New York 6 and 5 in the first 18 hole round match of the national public links championship at Forest Park today Carl Kaufmann 8f Pittsburgh the defending champion romped to an easy victory in his first round match defeating R H Albeck of Chicago 5 and 3 Irl Davis one of St Louishopes defeated Gus Fetz Chicago 3 and 1 Gordon Denney of Louisville Ky state amateur champion edged out Harold Cook Toledo Ohio 2 up Louisville placed another golfer in the second round when Cooney Schaber defeated Michael Frledtem St Louis 3 and 1 The first upset came when Henry Fabrizio of Brooklyn who topped the first day qualifying test was de feated by John Conway of Detroit by a 2 and 1 margin Conway meets Kauffman this afternoon in the sec ond round for another upset at tempt Wesley Casper another Louisville entrant also breezed into the sec ond round handing Abe Fordham of St Paul a 6 and 5 lacing Work on U S Barge Lines to Be Pushed WASHINGTON Aug 8 retary Good said today that work on federal barge lines in the future will go forward with a little more push than usual He declared if It were shown thut barge lines will effect reduction in transportation costs the present generation should be given advantage of it Button The point on the chin that is tapped to make one uncon scious also a disk on the steering wheel sat on In traffic jams by per sons habitualy tain Inn Tribune REPUBLICAN AIDE Associated Press Phon A Dawson of Davenport lown banker and formor U S representative is reported of fered tho post of executive sec retary of the republican nation al committee GRAF ZEPPELIN SPEEDS TOWARD HER HOME PORT Tail Wind Helps Airliner on Start of Trip Across Atlantic By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IffESSAGES from the world gird VI ling dirigible Graf Zeppelin her self and from ships that sighted her at sea indicated today that the queen f the ocean skies was roaring over he first part of her Atlantic flight at approximately 100 miles an hour Within a period of about two hours from to E S T this morning the Graf reported her own Josition and the three steamers the Commercial Traderthe Rocham beau and the President Roosevelt reported sighting her at given posl ions The three positions and their times made possible the computation that during these morning hours the leiin was beyond Nantucket Shoals Lnd proceeding practically due cast at a rate some 15 miles an hour faster than her maximum cruising presumably due to strong tail winds They reported the weather fine and clear Prior to these reports her aver age speed from Lakehurst which she left at E S T last night was Xnly about CO miles an hour altho this slower speed was no doubt argely due to the fact that consid erable tirnc was spent circling over New York STABILIZATION APPEALS MADE ON DEAF EARS Experts Tell Farmers to Hold Grain Past Con gested Period By RAYMOND Z HENLB Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Aug 8 federal farm board has refused eo engage in wheat stabilization op erations in spite of Inslaten requests to do so as a means of preventing1 recurrence of Tuesdays six cent market price drop Telegraphic appeals to buy up tho surplus wheat and store It In any available place have flooded tha boards offices It has decided however to await perfection of the machinery of the farmers national grain marketing corporation which will be charged with handling any emergency and IE advising farmers meanwhile to hold back their product whenever pos sible May Ba Shortage A formal statement by the board said there was a prospective world shortage of wheat this season and ascribed the immediate situation to hurried and to some extent at least unnecessary marketing ol wheat by farmers If the farmers can lie induced to hold tack their shipments past the congested period It Bald el of stabilization will be accom plished and tue farmers generally will benefit by the alow marketing movement Plans for the grain corporation projected at the recentChicago con ference are progressing It went on and In the meantime and until thn corporation is set up and can func tion the board hopes that farmers will observe orderly marketing pro gram Appeals Wore Urgent The board also hopes that all lo al financial institutions will help he farmer to carry out this pro rram Most of the appeals made to the board were worded In moat ur gent style One suggested that the Joard use Its revolving fund to buy up a number of ships load the wheat surplus on these ships and anchor them until condi lons improve Others recommended Lhe commandeering of private ware houses to store wheat LONG LONG TRAIL NAVAL AIR STATION LAKE HURST N J Aug 8 a band played Its a Long Long TUKN TO PAGE 12 COLUMN 1 CHARLESCitYAN HURT IN WRECK Auto Smashed in Collision With One From Sioux Falls CHARLES CITY Aug automobile driven by Fred Lcssn Charles City was wrecked and Mr Lessln badly injured when it col lided with one driven by Marcella Savage Sioux Falls S Dak on the last evening The Lcssin car was turned com Council Bluffs Chain Laundry Burns Loss Placed at COUNCIL BLUFFS Aug 8 Fire oC undetermined origin to day destroyed the Bluff city laun dry on North Main street with a loss of The blaze started about 1 a m and broke out a second time with greater fury after it was believed the flames had been extinguished About half of the loss Is covered by insurance The laundry recently was sold to a chain organization Wea IOWA FORECAST Somnwhiit unsettled Thurs day night and Friday not much change in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GloheGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Thursday Wannest Wednesday 84 Coolest in Niplit At 8 A SI Thursday 71 After almost a week of relative ly cool weather the mercury Wed pavement south of here to Nashua nesday was back in the torrid eighties And it was makinga good start toward an even higher mark Thursday pleteiy around by tho heaclon col lision The auto went into the ditch and smashed into a telephone pole The Savage car stopped just short of the ditch and was only slightly damaged Miss Savage was accom panied by her mother and a sister Mr Lessin received a scalp wound a badly bruised shoulder and 3 tlep cut in the leg Mrs Szvnge the1 only other person hurt cut by I broken glass ;