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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES OL XXXV BTVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA A TTPTTQfTi on 1111 IUWA iJjUKbUAY AUGUST 291929 UNITED H O M E EDITION PRESS ANDINTERNATIQNALNEiWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE PQWERSCE ON DEBPLAN SWANSON GETS 6 INDICTMENTS IN MB TRUST Special Agent Makes Two Buys From Pine apple Gang 29 grand V My bomb fused with six in dictments sputtered ia criminal court today the states attorneys answer to the Chicago bomb States Attorney John A Swan son himself the victim of a bomb attackjust before his election or dered the arrest yesterday of six hecharges are leaders In the trust and whom he holds responsible for many acts of vio lence against persons and property in recent months Those named in true bills which were to be returned before Chief Justice Sullivan today were James Belcastro designated ashead of the gang and one ofthose questioner in connection with the primary elec tlon day slayingof the Negro law yer Octavius Gfanady April 10 1928 Angelo Lucci recenflv acquitedon a murder charge Casselli Stephen Frickethe lat ters soh Vito14 and Gus Flocca An undercover man for the won theconfidence of members of tne gang and is reputed to have purchased two bombs from them of bombing to megraiiaiury aUegationa mQrt A htr vi tini llOttlf tKZr Philjn m Bloom after the two hadquarreled oveidivislon of profits in a silk bus iness which they operated in pa nership KENYMNATE RUMORS HEARD Dickiiuon Hammill Clark Others Mentioned for Post DES MOINES Aug 29 mors of the return of Judge W S Kenyon of the United States circuit court to the 1930 Iowa senatorial race enlivened discussions of Hawk eye politicians who gathered as guests of the State fair here yester day Noone was found to speak au thoritatively for the former senator but the rumora were persistent Other generally accepted candidates for the republican nomination were Representative L J Dickinson of the tenth Iowa district Gov John HaramlU and Howard Clark of Des Moines To the two already included among candidates for governor Dan Turner of Corning1 and Sen ator A H Bergman of Newton were added in discussion of possi bilities Ernest R Moore of Cedar Rapids Ed Smith secretary of state and Lieut Gov Arch McFar lane of Waterloo Senator Smith W Brookhart present for the conference declared Ehathe would renew his fight for in bluslon of the debenture certificates rider to the tariff bill AUNT HEX By Robert Quilleu j A mouse dont scare women near so bad since they can show their legs without no excuse Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Aug The Zep In taking off here in Los Angeles just missed spoiling a great trip and killing every body by missing a high tension line surround ing the field Towns bury their dead but they never bury their electric lines There is one sure fire recipe for a pilot in a strange town that dont know where the field located LoWU cate a high tension line follow it till it crosses another higher ten sion one There is almost sure to be a field there If hot follow it till it comes to an intersection of three or more lines and there will he located the citys municipal field Its as sure fire a method as locating a speakeasy by follow ing the towns leading citizens Yours WILL ROGERS OFFERS REWARD FOR RETURN OF GRAF BACK AT US PORT WITH WORLD RECORD Eckener Will Not Make Trip to Germany With Graf NAVAL AIR STATION LAKE HTJRST N J Aug 29 Looping the loop around the world in one of the greatest exploits of flying history the German dirigible Graf Zeppelin settled to earth at oclock E S T this morning just 21 days seven hours and 33 minutes after leaving on her 20000 mile journey Actual flying time deducting the time spent on the ground at Fried richshafen Tokyo and Los Angeles the only three stops that were made Brother Says Cadle Had Criminal Re cord THE offers of 5150 ror mforma tlon leading to tne finding of Minnie Winfree 15 year old girl who is believed to have been ab ducted Sunday night and the an nouncement that her alleged abduc tor F H Cadle has a criminal rec ord in Ohio were the latest devel opments in connection with that episode Thursday The offer was made by Leonard Hall 1523 North Pennsyl vania avenue grief stricken broth er of the girl with the hope that the sum will be added to by other residents of Mason City Fears Were aroused When the fact waa revealed that Cadle had an imprisonment record at Columbus Ohio the fears of Mr Hall and other relatives here were aroused Cadle who had been work ing at the Ben Berding farm this summer is said to have left a copy of his parole papers in his room so it came to the attention of the farmer Berding notified the sheriff of this Friday according to Mr Hall who said he learned of this after the girl had been taken away Saturdaythe sheriff made a trip to the Berding farm but did not ar rest Cadle Mr Hall said The girl left her brothers home Sunday evening with Cadle osten sibly bound for a moving picture show Were nt Farm At oclock they were at the Berding farm There the Berdings leard the girl say emphatically Well hes sure going to hear from me when he gets me home Cadle who was tall and slender wtih brown hair and brown eyes drove a dilapidated 1925 model Ford with license number 58 2155 and engine number 10846408 The girl was 5 feet 4 inches tall plump black wavy hair light complexion slightly frecked and wore a pink dress She had no coat or any other clothes with her On Prison Farm Cadle was received at the Ohio penitentiary trov 1927 ac cording to the letter received by Sheriff G E Cress from the Ohio arisen farm to serve an indetermi late sentence of one to three years for the crime of issuing a check without sufficient funds He was transferred to the prison farm April 16 1928 and was paroled rom there July 35 1929 and condi loned out of Ohio owing to the fact that he had no family ties TheOhio authorities stated Cadle lad never been in any trouble there before this incident He was a vet eran of the World war was 11 days 23 hburs and 14min utes both flying and elapsed times breaking all previous records The last leg of the night from Los Angeles was completed in 51 hours and 59 minutes The previous record for elapsed time around the world was made last year by John Henry Mears and C B D Collyer who used planes over laud and ships across the At lantic and Pacific Their wab 23 days 15 hours and 21 minutes ITIno Weather at End The only previous flight around Lhe world in any air craft was maae in 1924 by the United States army flyers They took 175 days to get erouud of which 15 days and six hours was spent actually in the air The weather was perfect as the Graf reached the end of the first flight around the world of a iighter thanair ship A warm morning sun shone on the great bags silvery sides as it floated in from the north after a visit to Manhattan Lazily TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 4 TO VISIT IN U S NAVAL AIR STATION LAKEHURST N J Aug 29 JP completion of his world flight today Commander Hugo Eckener announced he would not return to Friedrichshafen with the Graf Zeppelin The Graf will sail Saturday evening he said with Capt Einst Lehmann in command Commander Eckener will spend atiout 12 daysin the United States before returning to hesaid and will visit iWasHiigton ana Akrbn i Legion Turns Down World Court Move MARSHALLTOWN Aug 29 UP United States entrance into the world court suggested ina resolu tion introduced before the Ameri can Legion convention fiere yester day wag voted down in the only spirited argument to mark the three day state convention of the veterans Tho resolution introduced by Jasper Scnenk of Des Moines brot forth a heated debate with Schenk and Therev Lloyd Ellis of Lucas county leading the plea for adop tion TheRev E J Smith of Cher okee and Harry Reed of Waterloo were the principal objectors to its passage Chicagos Endurance Plane Continues in lours of continuous flying to their ating tile Graf Zeppelin for its re No doubt manufacturers of pi iamas will bend every effort toward making the men of America paiamn Easle to make one ourselves pretty soon No More Marathon Dances in Des Moines DES MOINES Aug 29 ordinance prohibiting marathon dances and endurance contests oassed by the city council today Ancient Palestine Scene of Religious Warfare Turkish Flag to Be Flown in Palestine Rioting Appears to Have Quieted With Arrival of Soldiers BULLETIN JERUSALEM Aug 29 im Arabs in Nablus central Pal estine were said hejre today to have declared their Independ ence from England and to raised the Turkish flug JERUSALEM Aug 29 J ing in Jerusalem was ceasing to lay with thesteady arrival of Brit sh troops but guerriln warfare was n progress in the Jewish colonies y Associated Press Photo British trooDS and warsTiips have ta Palestine to restore neacc nfrer bloodshed that fol lonoA elashPS hy Arabs anrt Jews in manj Ihei wrrn Insfr Is general xiow oC Jerusalem cenfer ntfroabUs and on rijrht a gate to city Below iro British troops Map shows Palestine Lord Head ing Inset may bo tho arbiter of tho trouble between Hio Trua ami Moslems Man Transferred From Blimp to Plane in Flight Demonstration of Landing in Midair Made Before Air Race Goers pLEVELAND Ohio Aug 29 vv Moored overnight to a stub mast at Cleveland airport the navy dirig ible Los Angeles was pointed to a return cruise to join the Graf Zep pelin at Lakehurst N J today after completing for the first time trans fer of a passenger to an airplane while in flight The maneuver was performed be fore 100000 spectators at the na tional air races yesterday The two craft made the first public demon strjition of a landing in the mid air when Lieut A W Gorton of ihe navy engaged a hawser stretched between two uprights on the top wing of his plane to a hook attached to a ladder of metal girders lowered from the keel of the Log Angeles Descends to Plane After the contact had been estab lished Lieut Calvin Bolster of the Los Angeles crew descended to the plane Then the two craft turned into the wind the airplane was dis engaged and was landed under its own power while the Los Angeles continued In flight above the air port The experiment had in view the use of two 6000000 cubic foot dir igibles being built for the navy which have hangars in their hulls TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 SUITOR SHOOTS LF WOMAN A AC Chicagoan Pleaded With Air After I4Z Hours Minneapolis Sweetheart CHICAGO Aug 20 ChicagoWeWill endurance flight seekers droned along thru a ight rain this morning with 142 rejected suitor William Golowoski to Elope MINNEAPOLIS Aug 29 50 Chicago shot and killed himself credit at oclock The flyers and seriously wounded Mrs Anna Iropped a note last night congratuKaisch 44 Minneapolis today Mrs Kaisch who spurned his But exPect Pleadings to elope with him vnlking to a street car with GJolowoski when he pulled a gun from his pocket and shots into her body fired three Neighbors pursued Golowoski vcy vciy uuay JL UOUDL who turned and fired several shots be able to see you today as he dashed down the street A afschhad three with another weapon he carried INJURED Lady Mary Heath well known British itvlatrlx who was seri ously hurt Thursday when her piano crushed thru a factory at Cleveland Lady Heath Is Injured in Plane Crash CLEVELAND Ohio Aug 29 Mary Heath famous British pilot was seriously injured here to day when her plane crashed Details of the accident which oc curred on the eastern edge of he city were lacking Lady Heath was immediately taken to a hospital The plane according to report to police went thru afactbry buildhvj Irwln Kirk 28 who was flying with Lady Heath suffered a frac tured ankle Lady Heath was found to have probably a fractured skull a long exit in her scalp other cuts on many parts of her body and probably numerous broken bones and internal injuries doctors said Shields Back in Des Moines Too Busy for Interview DES MOINES Aug 2R T T Shields president of the board of trustees of Dea Moines universi ty returned here today Newspapermen requesting an in terview were told by Miss Edith Rebman seretary Dr Shields is very very busy I doubt if he will Neither confirmation nor denial of reports that the school would not reopen on the scheduled opening day Sept 16 could be obtained Farm Board to Lend CoOps 10 Cents a Bushel Immediate Financial Aid to Be Made Available by Legge CHICAGO Aug 29 iate financial relief for grain farm ers thru loans by the federal farm board on unhedged grain which has already been used as collateral for loans from federal intermediate credit banks was promised late yes terday at the close of the threeday grain marketing conference by Alexander Legge chairman of tue farm board Legge asserted that the board would loan 10 cents a bushel on such grain to members of farmers coop eratives The meeting adjourned without adopting definite plans for the pro posed nationwide grain marketing1 corporation The subcommittee of three appointed to draft plans for the corporation was ordered to con tinue its work after tentative plans were refused arc burning DEFINITE DATE FOR EVACUATION IS AGREED UPON Creditor Nations and Ger many Settle Differ ences BULLETIN THE HAGUE Aug 29 ffi The creditor powers and tho Germans reached an agree ment on tho Young reparations plan lit the Hague conference this afternoon A full session of all tho pow ers represented at tho confer ence nill bo held at 10 a m tomorrow to conclude officially the business for which they met Aug 6 THE HAGUE Netherlands Aup A 29 nearly four weeks of hard labor the Hague repara ions conference today reached ft definite decision on Rhineland evac uation which is still dependent vhero Arab raiders louses and granaries As the situation came under con rol within the larger cities today there was still fear of a further spread of Moslem disorders in the more remote regions British forces have been occupy ng most of the Jewish colonies and he colonists are evacuating the jlaces where troops cannot be sent tfost of the refugees are flocking to Tel Aviv Commissioner Arrives Sir John Chancellor the high commissioner arrived In Jerusalem this morning after a visit to Eng land A j Jewish delegation immed iately went into conference with him Several British sqldiers wen correspondent 7of th Jewish Telegraphic Agency report ed when a convoy proceeding toa ward the Jewish colony of Kastinia vvts attacked All members of the Jewish party under convoy were said to have been wounded and the Arab village near Kastinia was burned In reprisal Major Keith Roach district comThe fact tlmt is now a def missidner here ordered both Jews lmte decision with a fixed date for and British disarmed after a mass Evacuation Is thot in some repara meetiag of Arabs at the Mosque of tlon circles to provide a good argu Omar under the auspices of the ment in seeking a concession by the grand mufti at which the Arab leadGermans on other disputed points er declared the tribesmen could not Consequently hopes have again llGBtl thnffVin however on final agreement on the Young plan On a report of Foreign Secretary fendereou of Great Britain the po Itical committee today decided that evacuation of the Rhineland must ie begun at once that it must be ermlnated as far as concerns the Belgians and British and the second French zone within three months alter adoption of the Young lah and that the last zone of oc cupation the bridgehead at Mainz mustbe cleared of foreign troops before the end of June 1030 er declared the tribesmen could not iiopes nave again be pacified despite counsels of modueen rnised that the conference may urntinn unHi nil Hioend successfullv without runnine1 QfJUXJUL JiAiVHJ AUg IA1THO The subcommittee members Dickinson county grand jury shortly iwever said they believed that 1 p m returned four indict however they were on the right track towards organization of a corpora tion which would meet with the ap proval of both the federal farm board and the cooperatives What ever plans they draft will be sub mitted to George Parrand general counselor for the farm board who will pass upon their legality undar the agricultural marketing act THREE KILLED IN TENEMENT FIRE Four Story New York House Razed Firemen Rescue Occupants NEW YORK Aug 29 persons were hilled and 11 were in jured early today in a fire in a four story tenement house on the lower west side Fire Lieutenant Michael Coyle swung from an acjoining house while hold by two other members of his company and rescued Moritz Brunwasser 48 who was trapped on a third floor window sill with the flames at his back Charles Hollander 56 who lived on the top floor was killed when he leaped to the back yard The bodies of Mrs Sophie Brunwasaer 46 and her 17 year old son were found in their third floor apartment oration until all Jews were irmed Burn Jewish Homes The most serious disorder re oorted yesterday was at Haifa vhere bluejackets from the battle hip Barhom and British airplanes jut down an Arab uprising The Arabs entered Ardele Yahud the ewish quarter of the city assault ng the Jews and rioting The situ tlon looked serious until the land ng party appeared and opened fire TURN TO PAGE B COLUMN 5 JURY INDICTS 5 IN OKOBOJI BOAT ACCIDENT SPIRIT LAKE Aug 29 jj3 end successfully without running into another week ments charging three persons with manslaughter in connection with nine deaths in the Lake Okoboji boat crash July 28 and two persons jointly with conspiracy to destroy property and business of a rival boat company Those indicted on manslaughter charges are Jasper Alexander mechanic of the boat Miss Thriller Frank Long pilot of the Miss Thriller and Harold Yarnes pilot of the Zipper Milo and John Hartman owners of the Zipper are charged jointly in one indictment with conspiracy to destroy the property and business of the Miss Thrillers owners All of the defendants are held under appearance bonds of The cases will be heard at the Sep tember term of district court before Judge James De Land at Spirit Lake WOMAN SUING ROBIN PILOT Former Wife of Endurance Record Holder Asking Sum of ST LOUIS Aug 29 Hazel Bauer of New York divorced wife of Forest OBrine formerly of Cedar Rapids today filed suit against the coholder of the world record endurance flight champion ship for for maintenance and support of their 15yedr old daughter Mrs Bauer claims1 the di vorce was granted on grounds of desertion and nonsupport in 1017 OBrine had earnings in excess of from the flight He lives here with his second wife McCrackens Plane in Crackup Air Official Is Unhurt BRIDGEPORTON N J Aug 29 P McCracken Jr as sistant secretary of commerce in charge of aeronautics was slightly hurt last night when an airplane in whichhe was flying from Cleveland to welcome the Graf Zeppelin at Lnkehurst was wrecked in a forced landing near hero The plane with C H Charles at the controls struck telegraph wires overturned twice and landed upside down o German The Germans held out earlier liberation of the oc cupied territory They wanted to celebrate complete evacuation by Christmas but it was contended by the French that it would be physi cally impossible to get all French troops away so quickly The fact that there is now a def If you must start a magazine make It a comic The others have to use original stuff and pay for it Rnplds Garotte IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Thursday night and Friday somewhat warmer Friday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Thursday Warmest Wednesday 83 Cnolest in Night fin At 8 A M Thursday Tl With the wind in the south ind tho thermometer at 72 at 8 oclock in the morning North Iowa tookel forward to one of the warmest days in the month Thursday   

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