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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa ROCKWELL FIELD DAY CLOSES WITH MUSIC PROGRAM Quartet Features Evening Program Large Crowd Attends ROCKWELL Aug usual and entertaining musical pro gram at the bandstand before aa audience that more than up in numbers for the smaller crowd which took part In the afternoons festivities marked the close of Rockwells annual field day celebra tion here last night The appearance of the Rusty Hinge quartet of Mason City sing ingv popular songs of all ages was feature event of theprogram Besides quartet numbers there were vocal solos by Dr R F Kunz tenor violin selections by Earl Dean and accordion solos by Fred Shaffer all members of the quartet VEarl Hall bass acted as announcer The Rockwell municipal band un der the direction of George Piersol opened the concert at oclock and gave numbers between selec tions by thequartet The concert whlcli lasted two hours was tal lowed by dancesat the Legion hall and the Odd Fellows hall Street sports were the morning and early afternoon TheYband gave a street concert at in the morning and played at the baseball game betweenRock well and Swaledale which was ths feature of the afternoons enterr tainment Swaledale was the victor by a 5 to 1 score Northwest Bankers End 2Day Meeting CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 the conferenceincluded G H Yates vice president United States National bank Omaha Hen ry G Dahl cashier Fergus Falls Fergus Falls Minn Robert K Evans assistant cashier Strong Winds Speed Graf on Ocean Trip CONTINUED FROM fAGK 1 airship for Tokyo on the next lap of her long trip within three days FAVORED BY WINDS NEW YORK Aug by favoring windsthe German dirigible Graf Zeppelin was ap parently well ahead of schedule to day on the transAtlantic leg of her glpbe circlingflight The fact that Dr Hugo Eckener commander was taking fuU advan tage of the propitious weather con ditions was indicated in the progress and speed ofthe airship reported ini radio messages to the United States navy department Less than 24 hours after sheleft the naval station at Lakehurst N J for Friedrichshafen Germany the airship was more than half way across the Atlantic with the pros pect of severaliBibre hours of flight with a fresh west wind to add 20 to 25 miles an hour to her normal speed Made 70 Stiles an Hour The Graf Zeppelin left Lakehurst with 22 passengers 21 men and one woman at p m E S T Wednesday At 10 pm K S T yesterday she reported to the navy that she was in a position 1500 miles east of New York and was making 70 miles an hour At p ml she had reported a position 1025 miles east of New York indicating that she had cov ered 475 miles in four hours and 30 minutes The weather bureau forecastthe following conditions Relatively low pressure north of Belle Isle with high pressure south of Nova Scotia will nause fresh west winds and mostly fair weather for the Graf Zeppelin in the next 12 hours at least Such conditions should add 20 to 25 miles per hour to her normal speed May Turn Northward FRIBDRICHSHAFEN Germany Aug 9 officials today believed Dr Hugo Eckerier com mander of the Europe bound Graf Zeppelin would turn somewhat northeast from his southerly course today and fly over northernFrance instead of retracing his westward Journey by Gibraltar and the Rhone valley Unfavorable winds were reported JFevailing between the Azores and Spain Doubt was cast here on reports that the Graf would fly over Lon donon her way home The big air ship was expected to hurry across France in order to reach her home port late Saturday night The dir1 igible might pass pverParis if Dr Eckener goesfar enough north tho the usual irpute isiip the valley of Nanates and and o M Hegnes cashier Security State bank James T Noble assistant cashier First Na tional bank Rapids Cty S Dak Camden Rayburn vice president National bank of Huron Huron S Dak Roger Peavy assistant cash ier Security National Bank and Trust company Faribault Minn R P Smith vice president First National bankof Mason City Iowa R Oi Lien cashier Northwest Sav ings bankMason City Iowa H M Hanten cashier and Bert Morgan assistant cashier Citizens National bank Watertown S Dak R D the river Loir past Gpepfert vice president and C H cashier First National 1 Wont S Dak S H P1 Murray cashier Citizens National bank Wahpeton N Dak I E Hujrglea cashier National bank of LaCrosse LaCrosse WIs B P Schmallen cashier First National bank Fargo N Dak H Hallen berg president First National bank Moorhead Minn William Andrews assistant cashier First National bank Lead S Dak C Q Gorder cashier First National bankDead wood S Dak W H Johnson ivico president Commercial National bank Sturgis S Dak J E Koch assistant cashier First National bank Aberdeen S Dak John L Jlvans First and American National bank Duluth Minn Melvin I Orms assistant cashier Security National bank Sioux Falls S Dak W E Tooley assistant cashier First National batik Minot N Dak A J Rulon James River Na tional bank Jamestown W Dak L N Brown auditor United States National bank Omaha Nebr Britain Is to Quit Conference CONTINTTED FBOBr PAGE 1 leaving Great Britain to do the same Object to Arrangement The principal objection to this ar rangement was that it was not con ciliatory and that while itsettled Europes difficulties in one direction it raised other difficulties in an other It was alsopointed out the proposed international bank re quired British cooperation Arthur Henderson British for eign minister today called on Aristide Bjriand French foreign minister and premier but it was understood they discussed political aspects of the conference rather than Its financial problems Mr Henuderson later had an ap pointment with Gustav Stresemanu German foreign minister Emlle Moreau governor of the Bank of France met Dr Rudolf Hil HUU A 1 tk11 Wlidi I j vmM y AT DCTUn S Dak S H will probably not fiv Berlin on Cohstitution day the German Fourth ofJuly oh Sunday had been reported he would do He is ina hurryto complete the flight around the world before the season of typhoons sets in iu Asiatic regions Preparations here were completed today for getting the dirigible ready for the Tokyo takeoff within three days after her arrival passengers so far have been booked at the HamburgAmerican off ices in Berlin for the Grafs world light The passenger list howevftr has not yet been made public Snook Again Claims He Didnt Cut Throat CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 he being held for examination He made no attempt to base his ex amination directly on Dr Snook confession as such but held his questions to the conversation be tween the defendant and thecib and county officers whoobtaine the confession t Asks About Compact The confesion has been attacked j c en aicacKec by the defense as being obtained un der duress and therefore outlawed the events of the killing had been recounted Chester took the story to the next day and asked JJr Snook about a womans com pact alleged to be Theoras tha1 was found in the furnace of his Jiome Dr Snook denied thaLhe had put the compact in the furnace am how it go there The burned compact was in troduced In evdence ferdlng finance German minister of Slab Crushes Eagle Grove Childs Hand EAGLE GROVE Aug the 9 year old son of Mr and Mra E CAkiris lost his left hand in an accident at the ruar of Steve Angnos candy kitchen Thursday He with other boys was playing in the private driveway in the rear when a large marble slab three feet by six and four inches thick which was leaning against the rear wall was pushed over knocking the boy down and pinning his left hand under the slab COSTETOMAKE LONG FLIGHT Flyer Seeks Long Distance Record in Straight Line Destination Unknown Chicago Convention ALGONA Aug W Wehler Is in Chicago this week attending the jewelers convention France Aug Dieudonne Coste French transAtlantic aviator after scan ning weatheV reports today an pounced he would take off at dawn tomorrow for a long distance flight record in a straightItne Field attaches began their pre parations for i take off tomoiW morning on what no one doubted was to be another attempt to reach America In an eastwest flight from Paris Secrecy was maintained however so as not to run afoul of restrictions of the air ministry on transAtlantic flying conditions over the At lantic were said to be favorable The lust 3029 Community Dollar Day is to be held in Mason City Saturday August 10 Seasonable merchandise will be on salo MASON CITY GLOBEfQAZETTE Building at Clarion Remodeled toUse as New Junior College CLARION Aug work isnow well under way on the Conn building in thebusiness sec tion of Clarion which ia being re modeled for the purpose of housing the new Junior college which will open in Clarion on Sept 3 Ail partitions nowin the build ing are bemg torn away and re placedby hew ones so there will be two large on the ground floor when the remodeling is completed On the second floor the front room will be used for the school bandand the rear room for the library A third room onthe upper floor will be used as a classroom The basement is being put into condi tion for use as a laboratory Old Time Resident of Algona Succumbs ALGONA Aug Daniel Murphy died suddenly Wednesday morning She was in her usual health on Tuesday evening but died in the morning Sne had been a resident of Algona for 20 years Fu neral services were held Friday ar a m at St Cecelias Catholic church Saturday August 10 will be Com munity Dollar Day in Mason City Many articles will be on sale at one dollar All Pastel Felts Also SILKS Many Styles 1 and Colors Formerly j Priced to j ALL SUMMER STRAW AND HORSEHAIR HATS formerly KilliansInc Radios Biggest thats why leads Q1 J Power De nd the new 45 tubes plus four tuned of radio frequency Absolutely no hum or oscillation at any wave length Automatic ty control gi vca uniform range and power all over the dial Improved Majestic Super Dynamic Speaker Hca vy s turdy Majestic power unit with posi tive voltage bmlUat insures lone life and safety Early 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