Friday, September 27, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa 0 1 North Iowas Edited for the Home DAILY TIMES VFIVE CENTS PER COPY MAgoN HO M E EDITION INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE PREMIER READY FOR UTORIP VB tHurricane Warnings Are Lowered Along Eastern Florida Coast BULLETIN HAVANA Sept 27 Moving with decreased intensity from a point 50 to 60 miles southeast of Key West and ad vancing in a westerly direction the tropical hurricane which lashed tire Bahamas for the past tvo days was stated in advisory ml i J today to have j lifted jts threat for Cuba lAMl Fla Sept 27 southeastern Florida today re pxea to some extent the vigil it has ie last two days for a West hurricane residents of this saw in continued lack of from Nassau the isibllity that the capital of the lahamas had suffered damage from as it swept In from i sea jdPloridas fear that the hurricane strike the state in the same Ijieral position that was afflicted the storms of 1926 and 1928 was when hurricane warnings along an 80 mile stretch i Mtetmito Jupiter were low j warh Weather y Weather conditions along the Sower east coast today were nearly toormal with barometric pressure either steady and in the neighbor hood of its customary stage or flu tuating While the MiamiJupiter sectio believed it had escaped the lashin y of the storm there remained th fear that the hurricane estimate by the Washington weather burea to be near Andros Island Bahama might whip southward today towar Cuba with a possible attack on th I Florida coast south ofhere Thi fear was lessened to some exten i by fair weather and a fluctuatin barometric pressure reported b Key West naval station Efforts of the tropical radio I communicate with Nassau hav been unavailingsince Wednesdaj noon the lack of communlcativ facilities giving rise to the belie that the city had suffered storm damage Wednesday or Thursday Puzzled by Storm The populace of this section stil was puzzled as to the action anc the progress of the storm which seemed to swerve yesterday in its course to assume progress towarc the south after an apparent halt for l some time V Advices from official weather ob servers had warned Miami and the surrounding territory that winds of kale force probably would be fell along the extreme lower east coast of the state today BAHAMAS JAVE SUFFERED SOME DAMAGE Says KINGMAN Ariz Sept Flying along on a fine trip Will land for gas at Kingman in a few minutes and ar rive in Los An geles in a couple of more hours The whole southwest never looked more green and pret ty I told you Thursday I could guess ROGERS what was in the a papers and it was Senate still arguing over the tariff this time with the presi dent The law says he can change various duties if he sees fit Thats what is called flexible Well the senate says that gives him too much authority that they themselves are the ones that are really competent to do that Now you tell one Yours WILL ROGERS IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy Friday night and Saturday Probably show ers Not much change in tem perature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period endingat S oclock Friday morning Warmest Thursday 73 Coolest in Night 57 At 8 A M Friday fil Rainfall 0i The northwest wind in combina 8Mon with cloudiness Thursday re faulted in a maximum temperature fEome 12 degrees lower than on T preceding day Friday morning I however the wind bad turned back I into the southeast and the sun was striving valiantly to pierce the clouds The Wednesday and Thurs day total rainfall was only 04 of an inch MARKET COOP FOR LIVESTOCK IS BOARD Pip Rfepiresentative ibf Frii Interests Quizzed by Committee WASHINGTON Sept 27 of a gigantic national cooperutivo market ing corporation for livestock with 11 view of controling sur pluses is contemplated by tiio federal farm board C Iiam one of Its members testi fied today before the senate ag riculturecommittee WASHINGTON Sept 27 Charles S Wilson of New York representative of the fruit interest on the federal farm board was a witness today before the senat agriculture committee His appearance was uncxpectct as the committee had arranged to hear Carl Williams of Oklahoma but the latter was asked to wait a clay so Senator Smith democrat South Carolina might question him The committee is considering the nominations of all board members who have served under recess ap pointments thruout the summer Wilson has beeu nominated for a four year term Speaking of his qualifications for he post he said he had operated Tarms on which apples some corn oats and other crops used primarily or certified seed were grown but he had no exporting or warehousing nterests Under questioning by Chairman UcNary of the committee he testi ied he had no direct Information of he problems confronting the apple growers of the northwest McNary recalled that Senator topeland democrat New York had made a determined effort to ex lude fruits and vegetables from the Reports Ease Fears of FloridansMDONALDWILL LEAVE ENGLAND IN FEW HOURS LINDBERGHS ON LATINAMERICAN FjLlGHT arm bill Wilson said so far as he new the apple growers favored the measure TTJIW TO PAGE 1 COLUMN 5 FOBMERBANK CASHIER GUILTY W E Hill Eldon Faces Sen tence on Embezzlement Charge OTTUMWA Sept 27 E Hill former cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Savings bank at El don was found guilty of embezzle ment by a jury in district court at a m He was charged with taking about The jury de liberated 16 hours and 20 minutes e nnfto aren the photo are Cuban snapped tit Columbia airfield Havana and officers of ttm airline on tiioiintrrr andSouthAmerl NO TRACE OF fURIN BANDITS Western Iowa Authorities Still Searching for 2 Bank Robbers TURIN Sept 27 having made a clean getaway the three bandits who obtained 52500 in a daylight robbery of the Turin Savings bank yesterday were the object of search by authorities thru out western Iowa today The bandits believed headerli owarcl Omaha were reported at Grant Center They were driving a car stolen from Mrs Freci Daniels of AtireJia Sunday and they had obtained their iccnsc plates from another car in Sioxix City LOUGHRAN EATS HIS BREAKFAST DESPITE F HIS iATH NEW YORK Sept 27 Putting an cud to persistent ru mors that Tommy Loughran was dead the former light heavyweight boxing champion who was stopped by Jack Shark cy at the Yankee stadium was located today eating a late breakfast at his hotel Altho slightly marked by Sharkcys fists Loughrau said he felt ns well as could be expected SCORE HURT IN TRAIN WRECK iowan Among Injured List When R I Passenger Leaves Rails CLAY CENTER Kans Sept 27 score of persons were injured one seriously when Rock Island assenger train No 224 southbound rom Omaha was derailed four miles orth of here early today A pullman and a chair car over urned in a ditch and all six cars ack of the tender were derailed Altho the cause of the wreck had ot been officially determined it believed to have been caused by preading rails Among the injured were H L brahams Mount Ayr Iowa A W trelke Appleton Wis Harold H McLucas Fairbury Nebr Named Census Supervisor WASHINGTON Sept 27 Conracl B Scherr of Dubuque today was appointed supervisor of the 1930 census for Bremer Buchanan Dcla ware and Dubuque counties headquarters at Dubuquc Committee to Call American Experts at Geneva Parley WASHINGTON sept 27 American naval experts to tho un successful 1927 Geneva limitations conference will be called by the sen ate naval investigating committee to answer charges that some of them associated with William B Shearer the 25000 observer and reporter of American shipbuilders at that parley The senate investigators rlso have determined to go into the ernments secret files to find out if there are any records there of Shearer who has been represented to the committee as being on the records of Scotland Yard Pending resumption of the inves tigation Monday when Shearer will be called the Senators are await ing word from tho naval officers who were named yesterday by Drew Pearson newspaper corres pondent as associates of Shearer French Flyers Start on Long Siberian Flight Coste and Bellonte Hope Eventually to Land in Tokyo T E BOURGBT Sept 27 ward from Paris early today streaked Dieudoune Coste French air ace and his bosom friend Maur ice Bellonte in the famous sequi plane Question Mark on a long dis tance flight aimed to break the worlds record and put the pilots down somewhere in far Siberia Announced as a distance flight to the east nevertheless the objective oC the intrepid and temperamental Frenchman and his companion re mained uncertain until after the start because some thot Coste had prepared to make another attempt to fly the Atlantic and reach New FASCIST ENEMY piotter Against Life of Mus solini Is Given 30 Years ROME Sept 27 Ros ii antifascist leader who was charged with conspiracy to over1 f ESS DEFENDS STATEMENT OF HOOVER POLICY Presidents Statement Wins Over Fletcher of Florida WASHINGTON Sept 27 President Hoovers announce ment favoringretention of the flex ible tariff principle was defended in the senate today by Senator Fens of Ohio the republican whip who aaid however he doubted the wisdom of a presidential expression on pending legislation Fess said that Mr Hoover nov ertheless was wholly within hi rights and those criticizing hin might as well make up thei minds that the country will suppor tlio executive whenever he assumes any authority of leadership If he had been consulted the ran ator said his decision probablj would have been against the presi dents action No Basis for Criticism The flexible clause he added was a policy determining Item and no merely administrative and if the president was concerned about E change in a policy of importance he Fess did not believe there was ba sis for criticism The republican regulars defend ingthe policy with the backing o President Hoover were faced witl the powerful of most o the democrats in combination with many if not all of the farm state republican independents The latter group on the other hand was confronted with the knowledge that at least one demo Crat etcher Florida woul TO VISIT U S the regime and foment at empts on the life of Premier Mus olini was sentenced to 30 years mprisonment by a special tribuna today Rossi who was one of those ac quitted of complicity in the Mat teotti affair in 1925 led to France He ventured acros he ItaloSwiss frontier into Italy a ear ago and was immediately ar rested position that York Starts Eastward In keepingwith its name the Question Mark was rolled from its hangar at dawn to puzzle watchers waiting for the start of a mystery flight Stripped of wireless equip ment and heavily loaded with every gallon of fuel that could be stored on her the start was made at TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 4 St Ansgar Wreckage Is Being Cleared by Authority of Mayor ST ANSGAR Sept no one has seemed to have Kny spe cial authority to conduct a further investigation other than the inspec tion given to the matter by the town council permission was given by Mayor Ed Tessmnn for the clearing away of debris from the wrecked filing station here A gang of men employed by the Champlin Oil com pany was busy this morning remov ing tho wreckage It is expected that the gas pumps will be running again in about two weeks and the station itself will be erected as soon as possible All tanks will be above STround CONSTABLE AND BANDIT ARE SHOT 3Hicer Dies After Gang Hold Up Bank and Flees With SAN FRANCISCO Sept 27 IP men thot to be mem crs of the notorious Fieagle gang ot outlaws were being sought thru out California today for the slay ingof a constable In holding up a bank at Rodeo east of here yes terday The bandits escaped with 535000 after mortally wounding Constable Arthur J McDonald who chancec to strol into the bank during the holdup McDonald was ordered to put up his hands but he shot instead wounding one of the bandits pos sibly fatally Witnesses when shown police photographs of Jake Fieagle leader of the desperate band which last year robbed the bank of Lamar Colo of more than and killed four men said he was one of the trio Joe Miller a lieutenant of the Fieagle band was similarly identified as the second bandit The third was not recognized Fieagle was believed to have been the one wounded by McDonald He was dragged into the getaway car by his companions and they escaped leaving a trail of blood Police be lieved the wounded robber had been so badly hurt that he would die A close check was kept upon hospitals m the Bay area Barn Js Burned on Farm Near Dumont DUMONT Sept barn on the W W Ahrens farm located west of town and tenanted by Herm Penning was burned shortly after noon Thursday The cause of the ire is unknown A quantity of hay the flexible principle should be re tained in the tariff revision bill and not repealed as the majority of his party colleagues hope Borah Attacks Principle The strength of the republican In dependent support which will go to the democratic proposal for repeal wag emphasized shortly before Fletcher made his announcement by the lengthy attack on the flexible principle by Senator Borah of Idaho one of President Hoovers leading campaigners last year The Floridan said it disgusted him not to be able to go along with the very large majority of my democratic colleagues on the Issue but he found the presidents state ment on the flexible principle con vincing and he favored the pro posal of the republican members of the finance committee to continue it TUKN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 4 Ramsay Mncponald premier of Great Britain ivho is about to board ship for his visit to the United States for a confer ence with President Hoover on the forthcoming navat disarma ment conference With the Britisherwill bo his daughter Ishbel AUTHORITIES IN ST PAULSCORED BY PROSECUTOR Buron Fitts Blames Mm nesota Hollywoo Officials for id Murder F OS ANGELES Sept 27 L District Attorney Buron Fitts oday issued a statement charging the death of David Ajhtin who was slain by gangsters in Hollywood last night directly to the political maneuvers and manipulations of St Paul MinnesotaV authorities and certain local politicians this city Declaring that the St Paul an horities and local placed every obstacle possible in politicians MESERVEY MAN DIES SUDDENLY Bee Sting Proves Fatal to Harry Welters Farmer MESERVEY Sept iVolters 50 a farmer living three miles south of town died Thursday iftornoon shortly after being stung by a bee aa he was plowing in a field Mr Wolters had been stung about hreo years ago by a bee and at this ime was severely poisoned by the stinger Physicians found that he vas easily affected warned him that by stings and another sting might be still more serious He was stung Thursday about 3 in the afternoon He immedi ately stopped plowingand went across the road to the home of his brotherinlaw where physicians vere called from Belmond His condition grew steadily worse and he died scarcely two hours aft r being stung Mr Wolters is nurvived by his vife three sons and one daughter le also is survived by two married isters Definite funeral arrange nents have not been announced but robably will be held Monday in Me ervey where Mr Wolters has lived II his life BUJH Drug Store RMMETSBURG Sept P j OCpL Al f in tne barn was burned and had Crowe of Everly has purchased the Lhere n uriTwi of m TN there heen a wind at the time it F Deur drugstore Mr Crowe ii Limt it 1 1 urujjsLure it Jrowe would have been impossible to save owns another store at Everly which the nearby buildines and train he will continue to operate he path of this office in its effort o get the phantom gunman Mor rie Moll alias Morrie Miller suspect n the Antink killings back to this city where we could place him in rison Fitts asserted the conduct of the Minnesota authorities from he governors office down with one possible exception is an outrage on American justice Ridiculous Says Governor ST PAUL Minn Sept 27 Gov Theodore Chrfstianson today characterized as ridiculous the charges of District Attorney Buron Fitts of Los Angeles lhat Minnesota authorities had placed every obsta cle possible in the way of return of Morrie Moll alias Miller to Los Angeles while County Attorney R D OBrien said he would not dig nify any such charge by a denial EVIDENCEWEAK LAWYER CLAIMS Insufficient to Convict Dog Attorney Says in Pea cox Trial WHITE PLAINS N Y Sept 27 counsel asserted in summation today that the evidenco against Earl Peacox charged with murdering his wife and burning her body was not sufficient to convict a dog to say nothing of a man Sidney A Syme excoriated a po lice officer uho was one of the chief state witnesses and who admitted on cross examination that he had not told the jury the whole in recounting a confession The officer the lawyer said was guilty of a deliberate and premedi tated attempt to murder this boy by his testimony and it is on evi dence like this you are asked to send this boy to the electric chair You wouldnt accept a story like that against your dog Later in his summation Syme rea I a poem which he said best described what was in this boys heart on the first anniversary of his mar the day he killed his wife Mrs Pantages Too ill to Come to Court LOS ANGELES Sept 27 Mrs Lois Pnntagcs who was under instructions to appear in superior ourt at 2 p m for sentencing fol owing her conviction of manslaugh ter for the death of Juro Rokumoto after an automobile collision today vas declared by her physician to be hovering between life and o critically ill that she cannot ap pear In court Peace Advocate to Oc cupy Former Kaisers Suite on Ship r ONDON Sept 27 Minister Ramsay MacDonald with his daughter Isabel and the members of his small official party leaves London tonight to board the liner Berengaria at Southampton for a visit to President Hoover and a conference on limitation of arma ment Hearty expressions of goodwill which appear today in the British press of all political shades testify to the high hopes of the nation for the success of what the premier himself has called a voyage of ex ploration With American aid he hopes to give the world an ener getic faith instead of a hesitating skepticism Duives Stays In London Ambassador Charles G Dawes who has taken a large share in pre paring the way for the British mis sion will not accompany Mr Mac Donalds party to Southampton havingtaken his farewell yesterday Many others will be on hand at Wa terloo station after dinner tonight to wave goodbye when the train pulls out at p m Two hours later Mr MacDonald will board ths Berengaria The British apostle of peace is making the Atlantic trip in a ship which was one of the forfeits of the World war that brpt home to the minds of nationsthe terror of the scourge the removal oif whichiathev main object of thepresent mission The Berengaria was formerly the 3erman liner Imperator named in donor of the former kaiser who ook keen interest in her building and whose suite on board MacDon ald win occupy Details of plans for the reception of the British representatives in the United States have been cabled here n great length Tarty Opinions Kept Out Home political divisions and party opinions have been for the most art kept out of all discussion of he mission whose aims have the approval of the great bulk of the nation irrespective of party politl al problems An air of suppressed excitement crvadcd the prime ministers house old at No 10 Downing street yes terday in anticipation of the journey which for at least two has much the character of an adventure These are Miss Ishbel the premiers daughter and Miss Rose Rosenberg his personal secretary The two wo men have been much together the last few days sharing preparations Cor the journey Many n man seevts a job as jani or so that his wife can do most of the Falls Record AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen None of our folks ever was atheists or evolution ists but Cousin Ben used a hymn book one time for shavin paper