Mason City Globe Gazette, August 24, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1929, Mason City, Iowa NortKIowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV BTVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY O M E EDITION u I Se Be 1 uii i 1UWA SATURDAY AUGUST 24 PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE ZEP RIDES SAFELY THRU STORM V MIGHT VOTE ON TARIFF BEFORE WINTER SESSION DemocratsThmklVIeasuie Will Be Good Cam paign Material By FRANCIS M STEPHENSON Associated Press Staff Writer Aug 24 contending tariff factions in the senate again are professing a will ingness to bring the issue to a deci sion before the regular session be gins m December Leaders of the democrats and the republican independents give this informal assurance coincident ivilh I he rumor of a threat from the re publican camp that unless the tatx HE bill is acted upon by Jan 1 it will be laid aside until next years political campaigns are over That threat seems to have em anated from high authority in th administration leadership at th capitol which neither confirms no denies it The administration appar ently is determined not to have th controversy over such a vital issu dragged along and injected into th primary campaigns Democratic leaders have repije that they concur Their answer i that they feel the republican tarif bill is good campaign material fo the democrats and they are ready to settle the question in congrcs and go to the polls on the result Senator Borah of Idaho a spokes an for the western republican the tariff mea Raftnient by the administratior a Sfrl be fc1 STriOTOGRAPHER OUTWITS LINDY Lone Eagle Forced to Land When Cameraman Moves in Sight HICKSVILLB N 1 Aug 24 Charles A Lindbergh had Mrs Lindbergh up for another training flight today but the pri vacy they hoped for was denied them Insead of a practice flight It developed into a desperate effort by the colonel to escape a following newspaper plane with a pher After one short practice flight in the dual control fledging ship in which Mrs Lindbergh yesterday made her first solo flight the fa mous flyer and hig bride took off again They had hardly left the ground before a plane carrying a photogra pher was circling over them The Lindbergh plane went ove on its side in a wingover certain evidence that the colonel was at the controls himself and then zagge and zoomed and dived The photographer was in a faste plane and Lindberghs efforts weri In vain Finally seeing he was out maneuvered the colonelIanded As the photographers plane zoomec overhead Lindbergh shook his fist fit the other pilot Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Aug Bobby Jones the amateur golfer arrived in our city in a private car Two professional golfers left for the east in a day coach One of them had a sleeper ticket and wa accused of be ing an amateur The poor old professional in all our sports now just prays for the day when he can af ford to be an amateur Clar e m o r e has just Will Off an an other distinction Its the only town between Santa Monica and Cleveland that the Cleveland race officials didnt make those poor girl aviators stop at Talk about Pyles bunion derby run ning thru every town that would put up and give anything This race makes these girls land in every buffalo willow that has a chamber of commerce and put up a hot dog sandwich They mad Yours WILL ROGERS Harbin Considered Imminent RUBYJIALL WINS BATHING BEAUTY CONTEST EPGElAULE Every bone in my oody aches grumbled the pessimist you ought to be glad you are not a herring responded Blade II AUNT HET By Robert Guillen When a mans polite to his wife in public lie may be off but if hes polite at home theyre still sweethearts or else hes mad MONTANA FIRES Thousands of Acres of Timberland Already Destroyed BULLETIN HELENA Mont Aug 24 of the Montana na nonal guard in fighting forest fires at Columbua Falls Belton and Apgar where the half moon blaze is beyond control of hundreds of park forest and railroad crews was authorized today by Gov J E Erickson yjlSSOULA Mont Aug 24 Fanned by high winds the half noon forest fire which already has urned over 75000 acres of timber nd today was spreading beyond ontrol of the hundreds of men who re fighting the blaze The Lewis hotel at the head of Lake McDonald was evacuated last night and it was feared would be destroyed forest service men park employes railroad men and resi dents of the district threatened by the fire have combined to fight the blaze which has been the most dis astrous of any in the state this sea son On the Lolo Pass highway be yond which a small army is wag inga desperate battle to stop the flames advancing on the Montana border from the Bald Pate moun tain fire in Idaho all traffic except that of the forestry service was banned Miss Ruby Hall of Mason City winner of Fridays Uidirlnir in the AtwatcrKent bathinc beauty contest nt Clear Lake Is shown at the right Sho was chosen out of this field of 20 entries shown above iiic six girls who IICLV In the contest arc grouped tofiethcr in tho first row Reading from left to rijrht they are Miss Mnurine Miller sixth place Ruth Ferguson third place Miss Jesse Rounc fourth place Miss Ruby Hall first place Miss Adeline Mark second nlnec and Miss Gladys Nltzkc fifth place Ruby Hall Wins Bathing Beauty Contest Brilliant Water Parade Is Staged 5000 Persons LakeCarnival Second Day Events to Include Another Beauty Competition Weak Case Against Huckins Barngrover Defense Lawyer Says CEDAR RAPIDS Aug 24 falter J Barngrover attorney for George E Huckins Cedar Rapids man charged with his father El mer S Huckins of Milwaukee Wis yith using the mails to defraud be leves the government has a weak case or it wouldnt be trying it in the newspapers if statements credited to federal officials are au hentic The charges grew out of a finan ial arrangement whereby the riuckma paid clients 20 per cent n their money Barngrover ex sressed doubt that Lev H Ban croft U s district attorney made the statement credited to him which was in effect that actual losses bv investors need not be shown Such a statement he said would be R frank admission of a weak case Necessity may be the mother of invention but laziness Is Ha father Features Inc CLEAR LAKE Aug painted ships on a painted ocean trie great Venetian Water Parade beautiful under the light of brilliant flaresand softer lighting effects climaxed the first days program of tlie Clear Lake Water Carnival and Atwater Kent Radio Bathing Beauty Contest here Friday With perfectweather and a monster crowd on hand to witness the launching of the halfmile parade a remarkable panorama was un roiciccl Every imaginable type and color of float was depicted Soft its from Japanese lanterns shaded softly into the calm waters of the J flares at intervals portrayed a vivid picture oC breath taking beauty to the spectators Beauty Contest Held program the Atwater Kent Radio Bathing interest of a large throng in the Clear Lake irtytwo beauties paraded around the boardwalk following r amed Miss Ruby Hall as Miss Atwater Kent prize winning beauty and queen of the carnival The selection of Miss Hall who is a bruuet came after the field had been narrowed down to five by the judges The Mason City girl was at tired in a white suit with lightning stripes making a vivid ensemble She is the daughter of Mrs Harry Hall and for this summer has been employed as a waitress in the Lake Shore hotel dining room over which her mother has charge for the sea son Other selections of the judges were Miss Adeline Mark Mason City second Miss Ruth Ferguson third Miss Jesse noupe Mason City fourth Miss Gladys Nitzke fifth Miss Maurine Miller sixth Approximately 5000 persons wit nessed the judging of the bathing beauties in the city park here SNOWDEN PUTS TO New Points Contained in Letter to Henri Jaspar HE HAGUE Aug 2t British position on tho Thr Young T reparations plan was placed before Henri Jaspar Belgian premier to day In a long letter from Philip Snowden British chancellor of the exchequer whose uncompromising demand for a greater share of the German payments has brot the con ference of the governments here to he verge of a breakdown The letter was understood to con ain in addition to points which lave been raised at the conference iome which have not such as pro scheme for osed changes in the an International bank Meanwhile Aristidc B r i a n d Drench premier Arthur Henderson British foreign minister Paul Hy nans Belgian foreign minister and 3r K Joseph Wirth Germany met o discuss evacuation of the Rhine ami The French premier was un derstood to hold to his position the stalemate on the Youngplan had frustrated hopes of materializing soon TCarly this afternoon the represen tatives France Belgium Italy and Jspan decided to put their of fers to Great Britain in writing previous offers havingbeen made verbally Premier Briand and Snowden had lunch together today The girl who marries a widower loses all the fun of taming Los Angeles Times Nationals to Be Requested to Quit City Advance of Far Eastern Sov iet Army Creates Seri pus Situation r ONDON Aug 24 Pekin dispatch to the Daily Mall today said the diplomatic body there was considering ordering evacuation of all nationals from Harbin Mancliur ian railroad center in view of con tinued reports of a Russian advance against that city Anticipation of serious trouble if the soviet far eastern army moves against the railway seat was held lore to be back of their delibera ions The soviet advance has been as imminent for the last wo or three days The London Times summarizing events of the past week editorially today seemed doubtful that peace vould be maintained and thot the lopeful tone taken by Tokyo could be discounted by the fact it was to fapans interest to3ee that war was suggested averted The Times Japans wishes were father to the thot Other far eastern dispatches con inued to refer to the probability of soviet attack and violation of the Manchurian frontiers but there were no trustworthy reports that he advance actually had begun Among scanty advices seeping in from the frontier was a dispatch to the Mail which said Yen Hsl Shan governor of Shansi province haf collected materials for construction of an arsenal at his capital Tia Yuan Fu and that Feng Yu Hslang RADIO MESSAGE PUTS ZEP 2 MILES AT SEA Passengers Undisturbed as Ship Passes Thru Its Worst Storm BULLETIN SAN FRANCISCO Aug 24 of meteorological disturbances along the Pacific northwestern const theUnited States weather bureau here ad vised navigators aboard the Graf Zeppelin today to abandon their plan to approach the American continent as far north ns Seattle Tho airship would meet opposingwinds In this vicinity tho weather officials stated CAN FRANCISCO Aug 24 A radio message from the Graf Zeppelin intercepted here gave the airships position at 12 oclock 3 M T 6 a m central standard ime as 4350 degrees north lati tude and 17410 east longitude The report indicated the air liner was about 2800 miles out of Tokyo and was traveling considerably aster than during the two previous hours The big airship still was veer ing northward and was directly over the old sailing route from San Fran cisco to path fol lowed by the windjammers This 13 somewhat south of the great circle VVU1 Lose One Day Technically the Zeppelin will lose Christian general was erstwhile stated to be receiving munitions The inference drawn from the re Jorts was that President Chiang Cai Shek had failed to achieve the national unity he sought a day when she crosses the Inter nationa date line at the one hundred eightieth meridan Maintaining hur present speed she should reach the American coast sometime Monday Aasumlngthe Zeppelin arrives the one hundred eightieth meridan WORSHIP BIT CAUSE OF RIOT Martial Law Proclaimed in Jerusalem After Arabs and Jews Clash BULLETIN iJEIlUSALEM Aug 24 A delegation ofAmericans now in Jerusalem tonight asked tho United States consul to request the sending of nn American xvarship to Palestine when riot Ing between Arabs and Jews over the right of worship at tho wailingwall brot nine more deaths in and around the Holy City this afternoon LONDON Aug 24 law has been proclaimed in Jeru salem and a government censorship of telegrams and cables established after violent clashes yesterday be tween Arabs and Jews over a long standing controversy about rights or worship at the wailing wall Latest reports of casualties gave 18 Arabs and 11 Jews killed with scores of injured onboth sides The British warships Berham ana Sussex were ordered by the admir alty to leave Malta for Palestine on the request of the British high com missioner in Palestine Agency reports which escaped the censorship said that airplanes were flying over the city to give prompt notice of any further out Shtoday wiich i9 the jewish The trouble started in the city after prayer at a mosque adjoining the wailing wall The Arabs who had gathered from neighboring vil aps began an attack on tho Jew li wbich were success fully defended by the Jewish inhab tants and the police Live Wire Kills Nehrnskan SHENANDOAH Aug 2 p Jpntact with a live wire caused the ieath of J c Rusmissel of Lincoln Sebr an employe of the IowaNo iraska Light and Power company Miss Hall queen of the carnival led the parade in a specially con structed float On Saturday these same beauty ontcstants with the exception of Miss Hall competed again for hon ors The winner in addition to the radio will be given cash prizes Rusty Hingo Perform Mason Citys Rusty Hinge quartet eatured an attractive free act pro gram with a group of popular num bers and some dandy old time songs They were liberally encored at both appearances Miss Gladys Nitzke in two appearances was favorably re ceived She was also one of the six finalists in the beauty contest The Bayside Cubs easily hung one lllJIIjf on the Country Club outfit from Ma son City winning 10 tp 5 In an ex hibition of high school baseball A free act from the Bayside stage and in a carnival dance wound up the prol eram in fhn course KS 11 AIR MARK Hopes to Lower Flight Time From New York to Cal ifornia BULLETIN CINCINNATI OJiln Aug 34 Roscoe Turner with lour passengers took off from Lunhun nirpnrt at oclock continuing his flight in an at empt to break the cast to west Ininscontinental stir record He arrived shortly before 10 n m and resumed his flight after re fueling i ROOSEVELT FIELD N Y Auj 24 Roscoe Turner with fourpassengers took off from here at a m C S T in an at tempt to break the easttoweat transcontinental flight record The record which Captain Turner seeks to lower is 19 hours 10 min utes and 32 seconds held by Cant Frank M Hawks Captain Turner planned to make stops for fuel nt Cincinnati Tulsa and Albuquerque His destination is Clendale Cal He flew here Wednesday from Glendale in 19 hours 53 minutes Tho flight was to demonstrate tlie feasibility of oneday transcontin cnta passenger air service A heavy fog hung over the field German Aviatrix Asked to Quit Womens Derby Only 15 of Original 20 Flyers ft t r ENATORTYSON WAB VET OIE Tennessee Diplomat Had Dis tinguished Record Dur ing World War PHILADELPHIA Aug 24 TV United States Senator Lawrence D Tyson G8 democrat of Tennes see recipient of the distinguished service medal for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished serv ice during the World war died early today in a sanitarium at Staf ford near here his bedside wore his wife and a daughter Mrs Kenneth Gilpin Senator Tyson was brot to Jeffer son hospital in this city July 29 at the time it was stated he was suf fering from a nervous breakdown Continue Hop to Cleveland BULLETIN KANSAS C1TV Aujr 24 aivny from tho Mu nicipal airport hern nt p m today Blanche Noyes of Cleveland was tho first flyer In the national womens derby to depart on tho flight for East St Louis Mrs Noycs after a fast flight from Wichita Kans this morning wns tho first of tho racers to rciich Kansas City the noon control point May Halztlp the second fly er to arrive hero from Wichita liopped oft two minutes after Mrs Noyes Tlio other contest ants In the race who reached hero this morning took the air at two mlnntc intervals Tho flyers will remain in EastSt Louis tonight WICHITA Kans Aug 24 uu isans AUJT 24 Waf remaining contestantsof the flW of 20 that left Santa American war and his five years in the senate were characterized by his interestin soldier legislation In the World war he served as brigadier general in command of the thirtieth division He engaged in the YpresLys and the Somme offen sives Returning to Knoxville Tenn after the war he was successful in business engaging in the cotton in dustry and publishing the Knoxville Sentinel In 1924 as a democrat to he was elected the senate his term expiring in 1031 He was coauthor of the Tyson FitzgeraUl bill giving disabled cmer t n 4 r e iciu C uiii giving nisaniea emer at tlie takeoff but Captain Turner gency officers of the World war the said he had been informed that the same retirement allowances as resr trriD Tnnnlliti 1 gram in the Bayside park Todays bathing beauty condition was local and that fair weather prevailed over his contest ijiLUai was to be contested in Bayside park with all the entries taking part ex cept Miss Atwater Kent The Vene He said he hoped to reach Glen clale in about 17 hours with 35 min ute stops at the refueling points veiiC r tian Parade will again be towed I Lower around the lake while a complete program of swimming events with special high school relay for the iui Lllli trophy will feature the carnival The Bayside Cubs wil bats with Cedar Falls this aft srnoon at Bayside park Fashion says Unofis are going out Rates to Be Discussed FORT DODGE Aug 24 Lower light and power rates were to be discussed today by the Port Dorlge Gas and Electric company and the city council The meeting was called after Mayor C V Find lay reminded Lhe power company of iits promise to reduce further its uates before the end of the year ular officers which was enacted over strong opposition His death will not change the political completion of the senate Governor Horton of Tennessee who will name hia successor is a demo crat and Is expected to seloct n member of that parly Mrs Hammill Still Showing Improvement DES MO1NES Aug 2f John Hammill wife of the governor is showing gradual improvement at taches at Iowa Methodist hospital reported today She is rccnpei Monica Cal last Sunday in the womens derby to Cleveland leave Kansas and Missouri behind today to enter Illinois for their overnight stop 5 A takeoff from here for Kansas ty the only stop between Wichita and East St Louis III the end of todays lap was scheduled at D a m The flyers were to remain in Kan sas City only long enough for lunch TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 ONE FOR IOWA Fridays 91Degree Mark Likely to Be Exceeded Reed Claims MOINES Aug 24 day of scorching hot weather was predicted for today by Charles Reed federal forecaster Ho expected the 91 degree mark to which the mercury mounted vcs terday to be exceeded The intensa heat of Friday cost ie life of Mrs Mary Shook of Fair view Olla who wan prostrated isitins the pital at S p tn central standard time her chronometers will register f a m Sunday The next Instant her local time will change to 10 p m Saturday Aside from the fog the radio re ports indicated that there was little to hamper the Zeppelin up to the in ternational date line It came tlim yesterdays wind and lightning storm unscratehed It tossed about for a few minuten however as rain beat against its silver sides and lightning bolts flashed Undisturbed Despite the highly Inflammabla hydrogen which filled Us bag the passengers experienced little uneasi ness duringthe electrical storm After a short period of discom fort they gathered In the diniue salon for dinner as if nothing un usual had happened The result was a now experience for the already casehardened aerial globe trotters and a slight loss of speed Winders Died of PolsonJnir DUBUQUE Aug 24 Winders 30 of Center Grove whose body was found In the back seat of an automobile on the Dumngo road died from poisoning physicians an nounced IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday warmer Saturday night n east and central por tions cooler Sunday In extrema west portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Warmest Friday go Coolest in Night 60 At 8 A M Saturday 63 Wit hthe wind in the southeast indications were that Mason City was in for another warm day Sat urday WEATHER NEXT WEEK Forupper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and centra and lorthern great plains One or two ocal shower periods otherwise mostly fair temperatures mostly iclow normal but probably warmer oward close of week ;

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