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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI CENTS PBR COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE HOME EDITION MASON SATURDAY DECEMBER 7 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 51 IOWA IS OWED REINSTATEMENT Road Bonds Mitchell County FARM SECTIONS DEFEAT PAVING BY TWO TO ONE 2860 Votes Cast Against Bonds 1681 For in Special Election OSAGE Doc of paved roads for Mitchell county went glimmering yesterday when the population of the county went to the polls in a special election and defeated the proposed load bond issue by a majority of more than 1100 votes The final vote stood at 2860 against to 1681 for the measure Osage the county seat went strong for the bonds by a vote of 873 for to 310 against The vote lr fcach of the wards of the city was as follows First second third and fourth 219 The town of Stacyville which is located away from cither of the roads which probably would have receivedpaving first had the issue carried voted strongly against the jssue The vote was 382 against to Jibfor St Ansgar which is located No 218 which would been paved voted 279 for and 268 against while in Mitchell lo I catudoneittile from No 218 voted waaas flsil Hoover Asks Congress to Inquire Into Conditionin Haiti More Troops Sent Arrangements Made to Evac PRINCIPALS IN AERIAL WEDDING uate American Women and Children WASHINGTON Dec1 7 i American government moved with full force today to reestablish order in Haiti and to devise means for permanently maintaining it Slmultaneously with the arrival of news that United States marines had engaged in battle with Haitien bands and that Haitiens had boiu killed in the encounter at Aux ITqlanrJ Ronnrrc Winrl Cayes President Hoover asked con 1Slana fvCpOltS W ma VC gress for authority to create a com TERRIFIC STORM ALONG BRITISH COAST KILLS 26 24 no yes 58 no 99 East 6 no 79 no 100 Lib TTJRN1 TO PAGE 11 COLUMN S Forest City Pioneer Dies at Home of Son Was Born in Denmark FOREST CITY Dec tian Rasmussen SO a native of Nor way but a resident of the United States since he was 22 died at the home of his son A F Rasmussen Friday night After his avval in the United States lie came to Eangor Wis but in 1894settled in Winnebago coun ty He has made his home in For est City for the past 10 years Wea IOWA FORECAST Mostly cloudy Irnbably snow beginning Saturday night or Sunday Rising temperature Saturday night in west portion and in west and north pAtion Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock1 Saturday morning 41 J3 Maxium Friday lrinlmum In Night At 8 A M Saturday Fridays maximum lacked only a iegrec of equaling the high market for the first week of December Wednesday afternoon Clouds dom inated the situation Saturday morn ing and there was small hope for nny rise of the mercury above tho freezing level WEEKS FORECAST mission to inquire into the whole subject of Haitien relations with the United States At the same time he made forma report of the fact that additional marines had been ordered to til island republic to reinforce the 7uo now there President Wants No Delay The president asked that there be no delay in authorizing the commis sion of inquiry which would inclucle members of the senate and house Reinforcements were on the way even while Hoovers message being read in the house They were drawn from naval bases principally Quantico Va and started on their journey last night President Hoover did not mention the number of additional troops necessary todeal with Uiedisturbed situation which had ita Qrhjin in a of students the killing of five Haiti ens and the wounding of 20 others yesterday in the battle with marines at Aux Cayes Secretary Stimson however placed the number at 500 and in addition said Brigadier General Rim sell American high commissioner had asked that the cruiser Galve TVRK 10 PAGE It COLUMN t JURYlfltLOUT IN DAMAGE SUIT Administrators of Estate of Mrs Anna Lichtman Sue for locity of 108 Miles an Hour T ONDON Dec 7 new hurricane which swept in from the Atlantic raged over the British Isles and nearby coasts today spreading destruction and confu sion Scilly Island reported a wind velocity of 108 miles an hour while 80 and 90 mile velocities in other parts of England were common As many as 26 already were Jeau in the furious storm 19 of the vic tims losing their lives in sea mis haps in which huge waves and wind swamped smaller craft Consider able anxiety was held for some ves sels which either were not reported or were known to have been in xlif ficulties Lifeboat BelievedLost jnigiitrtheygaio tore thru tondou smashing windows and unroofing smaller wooden Suild iiigs Crowds leaving the theaters last night were surprised at the vio lence of the blast which at that lime was accompanied by a spec tacular electric display and a tor rential downpour The Hungarian steamer Honved it was believed would ride out the storm afLer dragging its anchors and drifting toward the shore at Little Hampton The cable ship Telconia stood by unable to help because of the enormous seas A life TUltX TO 1AGE 11 COLUMN 5 Huge Crowds Throng Algona Streets at Hospitality Day ALGONA Dec 7No dpriirm 1 had been reached this afternoon bv ALGONA Doc 7Oue of the the trial jury which has been hear1 aleest Crowds that has ever con ing the evidence in the 243 dam I SrcSateci ln lhe loca streets were age suit filed here by the familv IIlere a da yesterday and evening surviving Mra ri the Hospitality Day spon urviving Mrs Anna Lichtman near Britt Mrs Lichtman killed in an automobile three and onehalf miles west of of was accident Britt July 5 last summer The de fendant in the case is George Steil of Algona The jury has had the case tinder consideration since Friday noon The case has been heard under the juris diction of Judge James DeLong At torneys for the plaintiff are L C Beaumont Kanawha and H H Uhlenhoff Hampton The defense is beinghandled by Breese and Corn well of Mason City With the Lichtman case placed in the hands of the jury Friday the court immediately commenced a trial of the case of L G Goldblatt of Fairmont Minn versus Abe Ma son of Algona for Goldblatt Is suing for this amount which he claims is due him because of in juries received in an accident last July while tiding with Mason in an automobile to Sioux City j The accident happened north ofi For upper Mississippi and lower i WhitLomore The attorneys for thu j plaintiff are Leo J Seisert Fair mont and J W Morse Estherville Sullivan McMahon and Linnan of sored by the merchants of the city j Attendance during the day was drawn from all parts of the county Local citizens and merchants believe that the celebration was a record breaker especially in the matter of attendance t Missouri fair first of weok except rain or snow Mon day in south portion probably an other precipitation period within latter half of week no extremes of temperature likely except possibly colder at close For northern and central great much precipitation like ly but probably will occur ocaly one or two periods no extremes of temperature indicated except pos sibly cold toward close of week Algona are defending Mason Worth of Road Machinery Transferred WEST UNION Dec transfer of worth of road making machinery owned by the 20 townships of Fayette county jusi been completed the board of super visors taking over the entire equip ment for the county in view of the fact that when the new secondary road law goes into operation ail township road work will be done by the county Each township taicei credit with the amount of its ma chinery turned in to be paid in road construction work dining the season of 930 Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Dec 7 Our foreign friends always us of being a loud boiUcr oun nation Well iJ i dont think A m c r i ca can stand still and keep its mouth shut you n I watch it as i did P r i d a v w hen and D i e jc 1 putting Tha morning WUL ROGERS paper states Another mail pilot found crushed on a hillside Well he might have been just another pilot to that newspaper but ho was more than that to me Thin saive boy Nelson and right out of that same graveyard of avi ators Bellefonte Pa tried to me thru those mountains to Now York one stormy night He sot he and I down that night in a bare spot no larger than a film actress living room in niy first forced landing and without a scratch So you will pardon me u T look on him as a little mure just another pilot He WKS my first heio Your WILL ROGKRS PHOTOS BV KITUv A novc1 brulul shown above was that of tlio Conner Miss EvaFowler and Ivor Hoicn who were married above tho clouds In jin nirpJisno hero Friday afternoon The iiirty as shown at lop from left to right includes Archie Peterson pilot the bride lhe bridu pootn and the Rev George Iv Diivle officiating ininistnr The bride is shown in the lower picture just Imforo she boarded the nlanp NEW GOLD SNAP REPORT CHIANG Diegel and Farrell in By RUSSBL J NEWLAND Associated Press Sports VVritcr LOS ANGELES Dec 7 Diegel of Agua Caliente Mexico de fending champion and Johnny Far rell of New York met today in the 3G hole match play finals of the na tional professional golfers associa tion championship They halved the first and second holes in par figures of I and 3 res pectively Each two putted the greens Diegel took a one up lead the third winning the hole with j a par 1 to Farrells 5 Farrell missed a four foot putt and laid Diege1 a HAWKS ARE RULED OFF CIRCUIT IN LENGTHY SESSION Lauer in Brief Announcement Gives No Details of Faculty Committees Decision Hawks Now Are on Free Lance List CHICAGO Dec 7 plea for reinstate ment to the western conference has been denied accord ing to E H Lauer director of athletics at the Hawkeye institution Lauer made this assertion as he emerged from the room in which the faculty committee was meeting No announcement however had come from the fac ulty committee concerning its decision BY SENATE WILL STAY IN FIGHT Seeks Vindication of Rights of States Says Statement HARRISBXJUG Vtt Dec 1 John S Fisher an nounced definitely today that ho would not make un appoint ment for tho seat in tho senate denied William S Vnre lieforo PHILADELPHIA Dec 7 William S Varc who was excluded from the senate yesterday an nounced today that he was still in the fight for a seat in the upper It was unreliably reported that much ot the battle last night anci today centered around objectives by various conference officials to the free airing of the Iowa case in the newspapers Confirmation was lent to this i eport by the failure of Iowa reprersntatives to release for pub lication the text of the Hawkeye re port which was laid before the con ference last night Iowa officials originally had promised to announce the text 13 soon as it was presented to the con ference but Dean Williams said af ter last nights protracted session that tho faculty commettea hart asked that nothing be made public until some action had been taken Among Iowa followers this noon s there wasa growing pessimismas1 D result ofthe faculty J meeting with the The criticismwas invitation to the directors was m coisiatcnt with the governing bodys criticism of interference In faculty control of athletics a factor in the oiiginal chaises ingairxl Iowa Deny Aotn Mas Taken In well informed Hmvkeye cir cles Uiere was a flat denial tuiisy of a report that a vote had been taker at last nights session find had resulted in a five to five ticirl ton u tum iuuu PULL nnu mm uitjytji u l sllu with all the Vigor half stymie but the later shaved Ithat is within me to vindicate the past to hole out for a win Diegel took the fourth by playing his approach shot six inches from the pin while Farrells mashie was 15 feet away Farrell missed his putt for a par five conceding the hole to his opponent for a birdie four On the fifth Farrells drive fell in an unplayable lie to the right of the fairway He was given the priv lege of teeing the ball at the loss of two strokes or of driving it over house of congress I am a candidate to the finish said Varc in a statement upon re to this city from Washing ock No vole was taken Prof Freder ick Woodward University of Chica go representative said at the clusu of Fiklay nights session With their schedule making juili vilies still balked by the failure to decide Iowas status Hawkeyj coaches continued to mark time to day Offers of a basketball gramo ttom Loyola university of baseball cortcstp with Nebraska and Ktli mazco Normal and a two year football agreement with Nebraska were among the nonconfercnrc prospects awaiting the low a coaches in case the Hawkeyes me reinsert Big Ten reinstatement Secretaryship to lnrdiin j Secretaryship of the faculty com mittee which has rested with the right of my state to elect its sena tor and to preserve for all time the integrity of the constitution of my country This was taken among political leaders to mean that the Philadel phian republican leader would he a candidate for the senatorial nomina tion at the primaries May 20 when nominations are to be made to fill the unexpired term to which Vare was elected BANDITS ELUDE SEARCHING PARTY again with the same penalty FarreH chose the latter and went to the green in five against Diegels three Both missed their putts and Diegel holed out for a five against his op ponents seven On the shcit sixth Diege drove I to the green while Farrells ball went to liie left permitting the p p c to hole out for a par three j Dean Iowa Bank Robbers olt Ues wloines oeiitry against farrclls four making Dieg el four up TUUX TO PAGE 11 COLUMN Sentenced on Mann Act Charge Involving have eluded the posse w MaSOn Llty Woman them into woods over t More Snow in Sight for Middle West During WeekEnd CHICAGO Dec 7 Whippscl southward from lhe Canadian plains a new zero wave tingled the northwfcst today and brot predic tions of snow and colder for of the mitldle west The impending wintry blast may prove according to the Chicago weather bureau the most severe In an he a season already smitten by unseas onable frigidity The coldest spol yesterday as Fort Smith on the Great Slave river in Canada where the temperature slid to 32 degreef below At the Pas Manitoba a reading of 25 he low was reported Snow was driven before Ibe cold winds as they rnared across Hie border into the northwest and at Devils Lake N Dak the mercury fell to two degrees below rero In sonic plHCes today rain was pre dicted as lhe forerunner of snow President of Nationalist Gov ernment Quits Paris Hears Make Good Escape in Wooded Area DEAN Dec 7 two ban dits who yesterday held up the Dean Savings hank were believed today to which trailed the Missouri state line and there attempted to OMAHA G Ham surround them Revised estimates mond 28 of Yankton S Dak who placed the loot at lectures on Crime and Criminals Search for the men continued to faces the opportunity to get some day despite the belief that they had hand information on his sub escaped the posse of armed farmers I t 1 and vigilantes Two state agents He pleaded guilty in federal court I joined Sheriff Earl Gaughenbaugh today to a charge of violating the in an exhaustive hunt Freed of Manslaughter DKS MOINES Dec 7 poral S iinszerin sentry acted in performance of duty in fatally shooting Private James D Moran ot Saiamanco N y nt Fort Des Moinos Nov 14 a court martial ciued lust night in finding him noi guilty of manslaughter first PARFS TiA Mann act Judge W Woodrough paroled him for 30 days If you violate yourparole I will dispatch to the IndoPacifk News rend you to prison and give you agency says that Gen Chiang Kaii chance to Ret some first hand infor Shek president of the nationalist i mation the judge tola jrovernmenl hns resigned nd hnsT Hammond He admitted that his The posse combed the Missouri woods late into the night but the densely wooded land but the ra vines apparently afforded the ban dits an easy means of hiding The car in which the bandits fled was found today to have been stolen been replaced provisionally by Tang j TnCl a1 Fort Deputy Sheriff Leo I governor of Shnni n Marshal Yen had become gencralixsimo of the country Watson May Ask for Days Vote by Next Monday WASHINGTON Dec 7 Fouls and County Attorney Vern Slage of Davis county both of whom were here at the time of the rob bery followed the men until they abandoned the car and then sought help from farmers I1 ace A Theft Charge TOW A CITY Dec 7 11 LJliV I II I 11V i senate finance committee today re Rohman 1T anci Wayne Weesner ported favorably on tho 11 werc returned to Des Aloines li tax reduction resolution The committee action was unani 111OUF The riiolulion previously ap proved by thp proposes I pin csrt ICduotitm in thr on intlividiiil and 111 I comes day by their parents to face charges of nutomobiie stealing in juvenile court II looks as if the tariff lhal intciuiicl Ki a firm iifl uis Urincd out to be more of a Iarjn mid Thirathfinilrr AUNT By Robert Quillcn This town is so suspicions a deacon leaclm in piaynr uant ask forgiveness like iic mean it wiUioui makinf folks wonder what lies been up to   

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