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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Nortfi Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES 1 XXXVFIVE CENTS PER HOME EDITION COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 261929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 276 GRAF LANDS AT LOS ANGELES i Mrs Louise Thaden CRACK FLYERS EN RACE Army Planes in Forma tion Add to Thrills of Watchers BULLETIN CLEVELAND Ohio 2G in he lead of the iromens transconllncntal air tferliy iMiss Louise McPhet ridgo Thaden of Pittsburgh ap peared over tho Cleveland mu nicipoj airport at p m to ilay completing the last leg of tho nir race from Columbus where she had taken off at o m BULLETIN JTAN AIRPORT I LOS ANGELES Aug 26 LOE Schoenhair took off here at u m for Cleveland the first of tho nonstop Los Ange les to Cleveland national air race flyers to leave He hoped to make the trip in 12 hours Five other entrants in the 10000 race last night announ ced they would not start until tomorrow Schacnltair declared the rules permitted him to take off this morning EpOLUMBUS Ohio Aug 26 Tp Victory in the womens national derby from Santa Monica Cal within Arasp of Mrs Louise McPhet rai tjThaden Of Pittsburgh today pm motors of CX ifiV surviving JsHJyists were tuned at Port Colum Jfcus for the last SWap ending at the jrenational air racen LAt Cleveland M The Pittsburgh aviatrix had an advantage of one hour and tbree minutes over her nearest rival Gladys ODonnell of Long Beach Cal in elapsed time for each leg of the crosscountry night Tlife takeoff from Port Columbus for the nonstop flight to Cleveland originally was scheduled for noon today but the woman pilots post poned it until p m at the re TUKN TO 1AGB 8 COLUMN 4 ARNOLDS PARK SIGNS County Attorney Arrests B J Lawler on Intoxication Charge ARNOLDS PARK Aug 26 special session of the town council here this week was expected to receive the resignation of Bart j Lawler serving His second term as mayor Lawler was fined and casts of 525 on a charge of intox ication following his arrest Satur clay by County Attorney K B Wel ly who charged also that he re nfsted arrest The council has asked his resignation Will Rogers SANTA MONICA Aug Met Bobby Jones and had a chat with him about Peachtrec street I know nothing about the game but he striken roe as being a man that would be mighty dis couraging t o play against There was 000 watching him play golf shows you Hie a d vancement that game has made Why six years ago there wasnt 50 pair of misfit knee WILL breeches in this whole state and 10 years ago there wasnt 6000 folks in Log Angeles that would lie to you about anything but real estate The Zep landed here today We was the only town that would go out and get a hitchrack to tie the thing to Yours WILL Winner of Womens Derby STABILIZATION POSSIBLE SAYS BOARD MEMBER Close Supervision of Marketing Is Key to Situation MOINES Aug 26 Be lief that farm prices can be sta bilized and the farmer given a better return for his product wtihout in creasing the cost of living was ex pressed today by C B Denman a member of the federal farm board in an address at the Iowa State fair Cooperative markeing and closer upervlsion of production is the key to greater prosperity for agricul ture Denman said He added that where cooperative marketing hus its greatest volume of control both producer and consumer usually ex perience the best price conditions The commissioner specifically ad vised the hog raisers of Iowa who produce more than 20 per cent of the hogs of the country to lay plans for the formation of their local co operative marketing units into a national farmerowned farm con troled organization Guapfes Production Wrong He said only 5 per cent of Iowas hogs are marketed thru a single selling agency and that the farmer is not getting what he should for his product because he appears to beguaging his production by look ing athis corn cribs and not at the presentday housewifes demands Denman declared that Iowa pro duced more and heavier hogs in 1928 even tho the demand for pork and pork products had shown a de cline since 1926 If that surplus could be troled at its source and the price level raised by efficient production and marketing farm relief would take on definite form in Iowa the FLARES AGAIN IN PALESTINE Stimson Asks British to Protect American Lives BULLETIN WASHINGTON Aug 2G Stimson today in structed Ambassador Dawes to express to the British foreign affairs the earnest hopo that the British government would take Immediate and comprehen sive measures to protect Amer ican lives and property in Jerusalem By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CBVERE fightingbetween Arabs J and Jews over rights of religious worship at the wailing wallspread today into remote quarters of Pal estine after terrorizing Jerusalem and its environs with three days of bloodshed and violence Twelve AmericanJewish students were on the death roll which author ities of the biblical land of peace vainly attempted to estimate as re ports of new clashes came in Refugees escaping from Palestine j to Beirut Syria in French mandat I ed territory said tho Arab attacks against Jewish communities had as sumed tho character of an open Arab revolt against the government Troop Train Attacked liava at Half a where train was attacked by Arabs this morning Some of the troopa were disarmed Fighting continued in th center of the town with three per sons killed and many wounded but Jewish defenders heat off Arab at tacks from the Mount Carmel suburb At Jaffa last night Arabs at tacked in force the government of fices They were driven off by Brit ish police in a conflict in which five TUUN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 2 WHERE GRAF ENDED PACIFIC VOYAGE AUNT HET By Robert Quillen f didnt know Amy was her own cookin now until I seen the doctors car in front of their place commissioner said The surplus problem and its cumbersome load carried by thc farmers individually can be solved only by its control thru organized marketing May Find TCqtiallty A lot has been said about equal ity for agriculture and I believe that we can find that happy condi tion and restore hopo in the hearts of the farm boys and girls of this and other states and make them liappy to stay on and operate farms thru stabilizing the industry In which we are engaged I am not sure that we will ever be able to put our finger on any ex act spot or place on the calendar but I do believe that Its approach and recogniton must come thru a change of attitude and practice by the average farmer himself in his marketing activities ANOTHER DEBT PLAN REFUSED Philip Snowden Again Turns Down Latest Offer of Experts THE HAGUE Netherlands Aug 26 Snowden British chancellor of the exchequer today hadunder consideration a new offer of France Italy Belgium and Japan designed to fulfill British demands for an increased share of German reparations The experts of the four powers estimated that the offer represented 75 per cent of the amount which Snowden hag been demanding altho in British quarters there was some doubt as to whether it represented that high a proportion In French circles it was made known thatthe offer was regarded as the last concession toward the British stand that the four powers would make The iiew proposal which was de livered late last night in writing was assumed here to have been found worthy of close examination by the British chancellor at least and this has given rise to renewed hopes amongthe diehard optimists at the reparations conference Winnebago War Vets Proaa Pliolo Upon tho broad exnanso of Mines Field Los Angeleh the globe girdling Graf Zeppelin cumo to earth after croaslnc the Pacific early Monday morning Lieut T G W Settle of the iiavv nidcu by 300 marines supervised tho landing ifi Wreck TWO HURT IN BANDIT CHASE Several Hundred Persons Join in Dash Alter Holdup Man CHICAGO Aug 25 Pistol popping punctuated the Sunday night calm of the loop incident to the pursuit and eventual capture of Ambrose J Ward Two bystand ers were shot but Ward at whom 18 rounds of bullets were fired was unhurt The chase began as Ward emerged from the Hotel Morrison coffee shop where the cashier had been held up and robbed Two police of ficers sprinted after him and they had not gone a block before they were leading a self appointed posse of several hundred persons Peter Werner 44 became con fused in the excitement and walked into the line of fire struck him in the leg the back Walter pinked in the cheek One bullet another In Filliaka was ToStart Sept 14 DES MOINES Aug 26 five schools ofthe Missouri Valtev conference will open football prnc ticeSept 14 Drake university ath letic officials announced today No actual work will be given the ian didates that day equipment alone being Issued SEEK TO SAVE MAN FROM WELL Michigan Man Has Been Ira prisoned in Pit Since Saturday Micb Aug 26 Held prisoner for more than 38 hours atthe bottom of a 35foot well on his farm near here George Peet 36 still was awaiting his re lease 4today Rescue parties work ingfeverishly to release him have been on the verge of success three times only to see Peet pinned down j under fresh slides of atone and FOREST CITY Aug earth Peet was imprisoned at 3 p m Saturday by rock and earth which slid upon him as he was preparing Vote in Favor Bill Against Poll Taxes bago county post of the American Legion went on record as indors ing a bill exempting World war vet erans from poll tax at a county meeting held at Rnke recently The proposal wlH be submitted by flay Murray of Buffalo Center at the state convention of the Legion for its consideration and if en dorsed there it will be taken up by the legislative committee of the Legion County Commander George Jor gensori of Rake presided over tho meeting Mr and Mrs Vic Stueland their guest Miss Alice Brewer aud Joe Graham of Forest City attend ed tho meeting Judge J C Vance of BIuo Earth eave a 40 minute talk his well Since then he has been fed and given stimulants by means of tubes lowered into the well Hun dreds of volunteers have gathered about the well with doctors nurses and medical equipment An emerg ency operating room has been set up at the head of the well to give first aid when the prisoner ig re leased Three Garner Children in Sunday Crash Ship Cracks Up When Land ing Gear Tangles in Tension Wives GAPNER Aug her windpipe punctured and cuts on her head and body Rosemary Schleus ner 12 daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis Schleusner is lying in a Ma son City hospital in serious condi tion today following an airplane crash at Garner about 5 oclock Sunday evening Her brother Paul 14 and little Tean Zeismer daughter of Mr and Mrs William Zeismer and Nick Braer pilot of the plane also were injured in the crash which happened When the planes landing gear tan gled in some high tension wires bor doring the Schleusner pasture two miles and a half northwest of here Paul received a fractured jaw bone and a number of cuts and bruises He is being cared for in the hospital Pilot Braer and Jean were not badly injured and are not be ing1 detained in the hospital The Waco plane was demolished It was the property of Braer and Miller an automobile firm here and has been piloted in the neighborhood of Garner all summer Braer is Heved to have about 200 flying hours to his credit The accident happened It is be lieved when the wind changed un known to Braer between takeoffs He bad trouble gettingaltitude as soon as customary and skimmed in to the wires bordering the field Neither thii ship nor the pilot had a government license it was stated here WEEKENDS TOLL Uootio Farmer Kmls Life BOONE Aug 26 Seb ring was found hanging to a limb of a tree on his farm this morning He at one time had been committed jto the state hospital at Clarinda By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS Weekend automobile accidents cost at least six lives in Iowa one person was drowned another was lodged in jail following an auto crash while 14 others were injured seven in three airplane crashes The dead John Thielen 25 Defiance Willis Wiggins S5 Woodbine Howird Lord 30 Miiscatine Manford Taylor 5 Mrs Anna Farley 00 Duburme Mary Maloncy 68 Waterloo CROWDS FLOCK TO IOWA FAIR Present Year Expected to Be Greatest Ever Say Officials DBS MOINES Aug 26 Tl Iowas Diamond Jubilee State fair seemed destined today to go dovn as the greatest fair so far as at tendance figures indicate Up Monday the fair had at tracted 364093 persons compared with 143257 for the same diy last year Ten thousand of the advantage was run up Sunday when the ex hibits and exposition buildings wove opened on a Sunday for the first time The Sunday toUil was 29331 compared with 19060 Sunday a year ago Fair officials expected another at tendance mark today when judging in all principal livestock classes started It was Farm Bureau day and womans achievement day A number of farm women ware honored for outstanding home and community service OCEAN FLIGHT OVER IN THREE DAYS 7 HOURS Great Crowds Ship Moored to Mast Dr Eckener 111 BULLETIN LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AIIR bility of a takeoff of Iho Graf Zeppelin tonight or early in thn morning for Lnkehurst N 1 xras foreseen in orders Issued to rofuel the ship within 15 hourn uml reports Hint passengers were instructed to return to the ship tonight Engineers of dm sky cnilscr reported ship in perfect shape und ready to proceed as Kaon as fuel and supplies wore replenished No dnnmgn ivns done by the electrical storm en countered the first day out from Japan during which the motors never faltered Refueling started Immediately after the passengers left Hie ship thla morning r OS ANGELES MUNICIPAL AIR PORT Aug le Grat Zeppelin came to earth in Lor Angeles at a m The flight from Kasumigaura Japan 5800 miles was completed in 78 hours and 58 minutes The passengers disembarked at oclock The flying time of the port and John Powers Jr Ames Zeppelin for the 16880 miles from tied for third at 160 N T was computed at 233 hours and 33 minutes A well organized ground crew rrade of tnelandingand the dirigibles nose was lashedtto a GOfoot mooringmast to mark the completion of 16880 miles of Its world flight Three Days Seven Flours Tho first nonstop nir journoy across the Pacific ocean achieved in three days and seven hours was less than onethird the time the fastest Iowa Legion Gathers for Convention 1WIARSHALLTOWN Aug 26 Young men ami some not so young all 11 years older than when they left the training camps or trenches at the close of the World war headed into Marshalltown to day for the state convention of the American Legion Several hundred arrived Sunday some to participate in the Legion golf tournament and some to attend the meeting of the Iowa Reserve Officers association Included in this group were those who hoped to obtain the election of their favorites to state offices Some Back Col Shutr One group was ready to back Lieut Col Robert J Shaw of Si journey retiring president of the Reserve Officers association for state commander while talk was current of a darkhorse for the posi tion Lieut Col Jesse E Marshall of Sioux City was chosen to succeed Khaw by the reserve officers Sun day Capt James C Blackburn of DCS Moines was elected first vice president Capt S C Samuels of Muscatine second vice president and Lieut Col D T Dawsou of Knoxvilie third vice president Dr G E Hermence of Marshall won the golf tourney with a score of 156 for 36 holes Dr Whit ney of Independence was second with 157 and L H Lusk Daven Start Golf Group Eldora won the tcara champion ship with Marshalltown second and Ottumwa third A permanent state Legion golfingassociation was formed with John Stouffer of Marshalltown president Todays program was taken up largely with registration and re portn of officers preparatory to a program of addresses this afternoon Featuring officers of the Legion and Forty and Eight and of the Legion j transPacific liners cross the ocean auxiliary The political heads of the forty and Eight were as busy as he Legion politicians with much talk centering about Wilbur D In gledue of Marshalltown for Chef De Chemin fie ITer MISS MEXICO KILLS HUSBAND Bathing Beauty Entrant at Galveston Fired G Times at General MEXICO CITY Aug 26 T Seiiora Marie Teresa dp Lancia de IOWAN ADMITS KILLING WIFE Penncbaker Confesses He Poisoned Woman Two Years Ago BEDFORD Aug 20 Attorney O T Kirketeg today had solved the mystery of the sudden death at Lenox In November of Mrs Thelma Davis Pcnnebaker He had a copy of the confession which authorities at Ottawa Kails said they obtained from Pennebalrer saying he gave the woman poison accidentally while she suffered from indigestion It was believed doubtful however that Pennebaker now a faimcr at between Japan and Seattle Wash Sixty persons made the voyage 41 In the crew and 19 passengers The final leg of the circumnaviga tion voyage will be to Lakehurst N J some 2500 miles and will be started within 35 or 48 hours Troops of the California national j guard marched on to the field form TURN TO PACK 8 COLUMN S Hoover and Guests Return to Capital WASHINGTON Aug 26 President Hoover rtourned to the white house at a m from a weekend at his camp on the Raui dan river in Virginia His activities during this trip were more closely guarded than on any other Secretary Adams and Maj Gen Neville commandant of the marine corps were among the guests It is believed the president discussed with them the pending naval reduc tion negotiations with Great Brit JMISS in the Dagonal would be brot here for j trial at least for the present OtI tawa authorities said they would try him on a first degree murder charge out of the death of Eh Barnes 6 daughter of Mr and Mrs C A Barnes of Ottawa The child is alleged to have eaten candy which Pennebaker gave to his second wife Florence when Hi boarded a train at Lenox to visit her sister Mrs Barnes here Poison was found in the childs stomach Death of the child caused Taylor j county authorities to investigate the I IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Monday iilgbt and Tuesday noolrr Monday and ill snuUi LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather iino in cm ismo death of Pennebakers first wife I uiobeUazette weather Galveston beauty contest was in a was recalled that her father had for 21 hour period ending prison cell today having shot and doubted that she died of natural oclock Monday morning killed her husband Gen Moises causes and had tho stomach sent to figures at 3 Vidai After reading in a newspaper that she and General Vidal were to be arrested for bigamy she procured his heavy army pistol and turned it on him firing six shots which killed him almost instantly She then turned the gun at her own head but its magazine was empty She told police the newspaper ar ticle was the first intimation she had Vidal was married already when he courted her ami won her heart after she had failed to win the Gai veston contest Burlington Official Dies Mrs Marguerite nionins 28 BURLINGTON Aug 26 Ti University of Iowa hospital for Warmest Sunday examination It was returned clear however and no official investiga tion was undertaken Kirketeg spent some time at Ot tawa questioning Pannebaker fol lowing his and promised open a belated examination into his first wifes death AI Williams Gives Up Mercury Efforts ANNAPOLIS Md Aug 26 After two weeks of futile trials Lieut Alford Williams lias givon uj his attempts to get the mercury racer the tiny seaplane with 81 At 8 M Mululjiy ill Weather figures for previous J V hours AVannnst SnturiLiy 8 Coolest Saturday Night Od Knlnfnll 53 Tho the morning was cool indica tions were that Monday wan to be wnrm risen III Frank Canny GO commissioner of j he hoped the United States couiJ The airplane crashes occurred atfinancs in tllc cfty council here capture the Schneider cup speed DCS Moiaes Sioux City am Garner CCP1 for two years since IfMO died trophy off Ihe water and into Ihf William McBoylc of savei1 today after sevenu months UlnesK nir in tests which would satisfy the iHis widow and three brothers sur navy department that his ahip was TUKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 0 vivo I worthy of competing   

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