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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28 STORM KILLS NO ay BAHAMAS Woman Police She Slew Girls LONDONCROWDS CHEER PREMIER ON WAY TO US MacDonalds Ship Is Due in New York Next Friday O S BERENGARIA Sept 28 MacDonald prime minister of Great Britain sailed into the west from Southampton this morning on a mission of peace and goodwill His physical destination isWashington His spiritual goal is the achievement of a unity between the two great English speaking peo ples which might lay the foundation for a really universal era of peace and goodwill among all the nations of the earth MacDonalds barque is the pala jfal Berengaria formerly the liner Tmperator upon which the British messenger of peace occupies the im jerial suite originally intended for the use of the war lord who is In at Doom Hopes to Narrow the Atlantic The prime minister hisdaughter ind his official party spent restful lours aboard the liner after being thecenter of farewell demonstra tions in London and again in South ampton MOTHER IS COED It was a great day in London arrivals and departures of notable j missions and royal envoys are noS unusual But rarely has the departure of a British statesman on a mission abroad ever attracted such widespread attention or evokec such universal approbation as the of this Scot labor leader whose rise from obscurity to the most powerful political post in the empire is one of the romances of modern England Boarded Palatial Ship Shortly after 10 p m last night the busy program of the day ended as the special train bringing the iprime minister and his party rolled Into immedi ately the travelers came aboard the liner and soon sought their cabins a gratifying but tiring day All day long at No 10 Downing street the prime minister was en gaged in last minute preparations conferences and farewells with call ers Meanwhile Ishbel busied herself with packing the six bags in which TURN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 2 Associated PIISS Phott Mrs George Wisda of Ottum wa Iowa gave up a1 job she held 20 years to become a freshman in the University of Iowa She hopes to become an author Her son 24 was graduated three years ago by loua Sthtc college BLAST IN MINE CAUSES DEATH OF 8 WORKMEN IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy with probably Hhowers in south portion Satur day night and Sunday and in y nortton portion Saturday night r cooler Saturday night and in central portions Sun STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for j 84 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Warmest Friday 8fi Coolest in Night 57 At 8 AM Saturday 57 Rainfall 73 The rain that fell on North Iowa Friday night totaled almost three quarters of an inch and took rank as the heaviest of September thus far with one exception WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the week be nningMonday Sept 30 For the Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the nor thern and central Great Plains Periods of rainfall over the southern cind central portions and mostly fair weather northern portions temper atures normal or below first half of week and near normal or above close at Crews Discovei Bodies in Oklahoma Pit OOTBAU Bight Okla Sept 28 men were killed last O 4VIHVU JtttJl night by an explosion and resultant after damp in number 7 mine of the Covington Coal company 12 miles north of here Hope was held for six of the eight all who were in the mine at the time until early this mornigg when a rescue crew reached a gas filled chamber in which the missing miners lay Two miners Jeff Shelton and William Cares both of Poteau were killed outright by the explosion Cares body was hurled 200 feet from the mouth of the mine The others were found huddled in a room at the extreme end of the mines passageway killed by the lethal after damp which filled the chambers after the blast They were James Howard of Cameron Okla Herman Curetan of Panama Huston Smith of Panama Joe Eudoo Shady Point Robert Hanson of Panama and Willouehby Wells of Shady Point A volunteer rerue crew of miners worked all night in short shifts be fore they were able to penetrate to the bodies Miners expressed beliefthat the explosion was occasioned by the fir ing of dynamite charges at the enl or the day to loosen coal for next days work HAMMILL LAUDS US PIONEERS Predicts Increased Prosper ity in Agricultural Dis tricts Soon ST ANSGAR Sept 28A bright future for the boy or girl who OD tains an education applicable to agriculture Was predicted by Gov John Hammill who addressed a arge crowd at the dedication of the new high school building here Friday evening Governor Hammill said I believe we are on the eve of an era of prosperity in agriculture hat never before has been reached n the history of this generation He suggested that a return to the pioneer qualities of hard work economy and efficiency would cre ate wonders in all walks of life oday Supt T F Risse the Rev Otis Joore pastor of the St Ansgar M E church and others were included on the lengthy program Votes Sunday Movies JEWELL Sept 28 city voted approval of Sunday motion pictures yesterday the referendum passing by five votes It was the third time the question has been put to a vote TWO CHILDREN ARE KILLED BY IRATE MOTHER Woman Surrenders After Double Slaying With Knife WORCESTER Mass Sept 28 a sharp bread knife on the desk of Sergeant Thomas J Kelliher at the police station this afternoon Mrs Anna Kandart 37 calmly announced I have just killed two children The victims were Mrs Kandarts four year old daughter Ellen anc Julia Chipulonis 3 daughter of a neighbor The Chipulonis child had five slashes One of the cuts across the throat had severed the jugular vein The womans daughter had a deep slash in the throat Another daughter of Mrs Kan dart Mamie aged 6 was attacked but escaped with slight wounds Another child of Mrs Kandart Joseph age 8 years was away fron home at the time While another son John aged 10 years is an in mate of a boys school according to the police The woman was held without bail on a charge of rniirderl Police said that she declared that she wisheil she hadkilied all her children and added that neighbors had told her that if her family was broken up she would never sea her children again u s ENTRIES IN BALLOON RACE SOVIET PLANE BEATS STORM Russians Land in Seward Alaska Plan Stop at Chicago SEWARD Alaska Sept 28 WJ Russion aviators having com peted their flight across the storm infested North Pacific ocoan ling ered among their former country men here today while their plane The Land of the Soviets was ba ng made ready for Its next hop to Sitka They are flying from Mos cow to New York The Land of the Soviets ar here late yesterday from 3utch Harbor Unalaska Island two lours ahead of a storm The 700 miles from Dutch Harbor was cov ired in 8 hours 12 minutes It was he Russian pilots third landing on Alaskan soil but their first contact with the mainland With the completion of the cross ng of the northern Pacific the fly ers regarded the worst of their long flight as over Thev made tentative plans to take off for Sitka 593 m listant tomorrow From there they will fly to Seattle and thence to Tew York fiy way of San Francisco and Chicago Will Rogers BEVERLY HILli Cal Sept there is an awful lot in the papers the last few days about these ex p oriment s these college professors are making with rats One pro fessor had to turn hii out for the rata know enough not to try any of the experi raents Another one wanted to find out what ef fect athletics had on anyones intelligence They wanted to see if he was dummer or keener af ter running back punts and ackling another rat for awhile The experiments showed that the rat was keener with athlet ics by him demanding tuition and board for nothing anJ 10 per cent of the gate of all big games The rat with no exercise wound up as a bond salesman Yours WILL ROGERS Americas honor at the International balloon races which were to begin at St Louis Saturday will be defended by the three men who covered the greatest distances in the national elimination races some months ago They areCapt William E Kepner U S A lett tleutVrO T Van Akron Ten bags will bo entered representing tho United States Germany France Belgium Denmark and Argentina Captain Kepner won the international race last year and Van Orman cap tured tho honors in 1926 and 1937 FOOTBALL SCORES Carroll Iowa FINAL Other Games FINAL SCORE At Chester Pa Pennsylvania JIlHtary college 18 Prospect F C 0 FIRST PERIOD St Mary 7 Boston university Villanova 7 Lebanon Valley 0 Swarthmore 7 Drcxel 0 Colgate 6 St Lawrence 0 Indiana C Wnbash 0 Bucknclt 7 St Thomas 0 Columbia 13 Mlddlebury 0 SECOND PERIOD Muhlenberg 13 Junlata 0 Drexel 8 Swartfimore 7 Brown 0 Springfield 0 Colby 7 New Hampshire 6 Fordam 18 Westminister 0 Villanova 13 Lebanon Vnl ley 0 Pittsburgh 33 Wanesburff 0 Wisconsin 14 South Dakota State 0 Pennsylvania 7 F M 7 Rutgers 10 Providence 0 Holy Cross 0 St Johns 0 Williams ID Trinity 0 THIRD PERIOD Michigan 27 Albion 0 Pitt 40 Waynesburg 0 Army 20 Boston U 0 Mass Aggies 0 Bates 0 Now Hampshire IS Colhy 7 Boston college 6 Catholic U 0 Youth Gets 5 Years for Failing to Bring Back Rented Automobile FORT DODGE Sept 28 A five year sentence in the state pen itentiary was meted out yesterday to Edward F Bishop 18 in ciis trict court for failing to return an automobile he had rented here He was arrested In Lincoln Nebr Collins Banks Merge COLLINS Sept 28 Ex change State bank has purchased the capital stock of the Collins State bank and will operate the merged institution The new bank will have a capital stock of 550000 WANTED AT FENTON The GlobeGazette is in need of a live and reliable correspondent at Fenton Address the Managing Edi tor if interested BALLOONISTS TO START RACE Six Nations Represented in Contest to Begin at St Louis ST LOUIS Mo Sept 28 Beginning their ascensions at 4 oclock this afternoon nine pilots will carry the flags of six nations into the air here for the third tro phy offered to the winner of the Gordon Bennett International Bal loon race It is the eighteenth com petition and the third to start from St Louis Fair weather forecasts will bfi augmented for the pilots by a spe field on South Broadway where acF Pcacox stood convicted to commodations for 40000 spectators in the second degree have been made In addition Scott Hi3 story was that his wife sjjuiiL Field III the army lighter than air sarcastically his apartment as a base will radio hourlv reports after dump and slapped him in the faco FIFTY MURDERS LAID TO VICE RING IN EAST Story of Murder Corrup tion Vice Revealed by Prosecutor DOSTON Sept 28 in 0 vestigation into the slaying here several weeks ago of Samuel Rein stein New York racketeer received added impetus today with the pub lication of a statement by Frederick H Tarr United States district at torney that at least 50 slayings in this state Rhode Island New York and Pennsylvania had been traced to the activities of the white slave ring in which Reinstein was alleg edly a leading figure Three new arrests two in this vi cinity and one at Easton Pa sweled the ever growing number of persons held in heavy bail in con nection with one phase or another of the case Officers Had Tip Late last night federal operatives and city police went to the Lake Pearl manor at Wrentham a hotel operated by Jake Weinstein on n tip that Moe and Joe Neuman al ieged Pennsylvania gangsters sought as the actual killers of Reinstein were hiding there brothers were Apt found butthe raiders up Mrs Ida Stein 35 alleged proprie tor of a south end house where Reinsteins sweetheart Miss Mar garet Wheeler had lived Mrs Stein was arrested on a federal white slave charge The Wheeler girl who comes from Baltimore Md and who posed as Reinsteins wife at the Ho tel Huntlngton where Reinstein was mysteriously slain is at liberty under bail on a statutory charge The second arrest of the day here was that of Eva Offerman 25 who was taken into custody at the Ho tel Washington by federal officers TURN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN S Peacox Sentenced to 20 Years for Murder of Wife Jury Out Six Hours to Con vict Radio Man in Sec ond Degree WHITE PLAINS N Y Sept 23 to convince a jury that his mind had been buffeted in to irresponsibility by an emotional storm when he killed his wife Earl F Pcacox stood convicted today of urrler in the second degree His story was that his wife spoke base will radio hourly reports after the bags leave Soldiers from the field laid out and rigged the balloons yesterday and began pouring in the 80000 cubic feet of coal gas which each bag will hold at 7 a m in the GLOBEGAZETTE dump and slapped on the first anniversary of what she once referred to in a letter as their makebelieve marriage everything went black and he regained liis senses to find her lying dead at his feet No Votes For Release The jury took the case late yes terday afternoon after being in structed that if they believed the temporary insanity pea they should acquit but if not they might return a verdict of first or second degree murder or of manslaughter They apparently went into the jury room with their minds all made up about the insanity angle of the case because on none of the four ballots was there a single vote pavrngvTc Hplrl TURN TO PAGE COLUMN 3 Power Firms in Sac SAC CITY Sept 28 INS Thru a powerpurchase contract jus signed the Iowa Public Service com pany and the Sac County Electric company have buried the hatchet in their business fight in Sac county The arrangement which is in no way a merger nor an Infringemen firms to enter fields now operated by the other ago OnComing Wkd OF HURRICANE I M M A Q C A 1 1 III II lid OH U Key West Already Cut Off 1 0 by Telephone Residents Evacuating Again BULLETIN WASHINGTON Sept 28 fP iveathcr bureau today Js suued the following storm warning Advisory Tropical storm central noon over Florida Straits east of Key West and moving slowly westward Bar ometer 3926 inches Wind GO miles northwest Key West Storm center will enter Gulf of Mexico lato this afternoon or early tonight and continue o move westward ncvt 24 hours at least BULLETIN KEY WEST Sept 28 by a wind that increased from 40 to GO miles an hour between and oclock this morning a heavy sea was breaking over the wall here endangering small craft anchored closo to shore and flooding the loivcr end of streets running to tho water front The government barome ter reading jit 3 oclock was 2942 IAMI Fla Sept 28 was eastern Florida today renewed QaraaSe was caused to the catned its vigil against approach a furi ous West Indian hurricane in the face of renewed hurricane warnings from the United States weather bu reau at Washington The westward 100Mile an Hour Sweeps Island Capi tal City NASSAU Bahama islands Sept 28 20 deaths and mormons property damage reported n a severe tropical hurricane Iha1 cept this Bahaman island capital solated from outside communica ion for 48 hours colonial govern ment officials today were complet ng an inventory of the wrath of the storm that passed off slowly on a southwesterly route in the direction of the Florida straits Lashing the city at a velocity es imated by weather bureau officials to hava been 100 miles an hour or more the high winds wrecked virtu ally all small craft In the harbor broke the sea wall in several places unroofed houses disrupted commun ication lines and left the city with out power Churches Damaged The governors home was badly damaged and the churches of the city also suffered heavily The Bap tist church was levelled and slight movement of the storm brot for the first time since its approach was inatd telephones were stilled jij Officials saidtheystorm dlcated northeast warnings for the west coast of the state from Key worse collectively than any West to Tampa ha3 struck The threat of the storm thrust its fury upon Nassau during a 48hour period to exact a toll 01 at least 20 lives and unestimated property damage was felt in wind that this section in yearp which Scarcely n building in the city escaped injury Communication Ceixscd Communication with the outside phonic communication Weather TUKN TO PAGE U COLUMN 1 ceived since the plane passed over Aerno numerous In many parts of Russia and as several days might be required to reach civilization should the flight term inate unexpectedly in some remote part of Siberia Coste and his com panion may be out of touch with communications several days even after a landing is effected Charges of Driving While Intoxicated Rivr TJ t chilrErfis of driving a car while DUry trie Hatchet Intoxicated were placed against James Olson 45 a farmer living near Mason City when he was ar raigned in court of M C Cough Ion justice of the peace Friday afternoon Bond was set at 53QO and at the motion of Olsons at torney Frank Hayes the hearing was continued until Oct 7 Olson had been in the county jail follow j u UCCJL ju uu uuunLy jail loiiow on the activities of either company Ing his arret Wednesday by Ralph provides for purchase of power and Schiffman deputy sheriff near the increase of power consumed In the sugar beet factory territory of both firms The contract also provides for settling the con If all the automobiles In this troversy arising over efforts of both country were placed end to end the f tn finlrle i r last driver in the line would wear out his Blade Nassaus famous ceiba tree was denuded and vegetation was whipped to shreds Streets were flooded by ralnfal and water blown in from the harbor world which had been paralyzed since the storm began to strike last of gale force and moderate gale force along the lower east coast Wednesday afternoon was not re from West Palm Beach south sumed until late last night when the Key West Cut Off first radio message telling of condt Key West was cut off from teletions was dispatched to Miami No reports have been received from the other islands of the Bahaman group and it was feared they felt the fury of the storm The palatial yacht Montagu for merly owned by the late Julius Fleischmann but now the property of Barron G Collier wealthy Flori da developer was wrecked In tho entrance of the harbor but the 10 passengers and 23 crew members were rescued by life lines thrown out from shore COSTEBELiEVED OVER SIBERIA French Flyers Reported Last Flying Over Cologne Germany LB BOURGET France Sept 28 all is well Dicudonne Coste and Maurice Bellonte in their big sesquiplane Question Mark are somewhere over Siberia today roar ing on into the east In an effort to break the worlds long distance flying record At oclock today 24 hours had elapsed since the plane carried its great burden of fuel into the air at the Paris airport Under favorvote by 4 p m Tuesday on reten able conditions the Question Mark tlon of the flexible principle in tho should have covered 2500 miles in ponding tariff bill will be sought by that time No reports have been restate republican leaders Chairman FLEXIBLE TARIFF VOTE IS SOUGHT Senate Leaders Hope to Have Action by Tuesday Afternoon WASHINGTON Sept 28 Smoot of the finance committee Cologne Germany but little anxiety said it was i ths present Intention To is felt because Coste in his desire carry out this plan if allabsentees to take advantage of every able ounce of lifting power for fuel stripped his machine of wireless equipment and the progress of his could be rounded up by that time Amerlranq WCather AUNT HET By Eobert Quillen Neednt tell me it helped Sallie any to have her gall bladder took out She come over this mornin to borrow my best napkins for her party
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