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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home DAILY TIMES HOME EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 13 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 239 CLEAR LAKE BREWERS MUST NOT MAKE ANY MORE TONICS Doran Rules Against Manufacture of 12 Per Cent Malt MILWAUKEE Wls July 13 UF What was termed the most gevere setback since the eighteenth amendment to the industry that made Milwaukee famous was struck yesterday when United States Prohibition Commissioner Doran ordered brewers here to cease the manufacture of 12 per cent malt The mandate delivered thru E C Yellowly prohibition enforcement officer at Chicago stated that ef fective immediately malt tonics must contain a minimum of 18 per cent solids derived from malt and not more than 2 per cent alcohol by volume v This preparation the order added must be bottled and distributed un der the same restrictions as now govern the per cent product All such tonics made on or before July 11may be marketed in the usual Imanner but manufacture of it must cease at once according to the order Brewers today said that this means the destruction of thousands of dollars worth of stuff now in preparation They also pointed out that the order acquired by three of the leading breweries here for the manufacture of the 12 per cent product Aside froni immediate ef fects itWa said that the orderwiU 1 Just been over to see our fly i ers again This wonderful flight was no surprise to me for I know no place wtyere air is more buoyant than here Yours WILL ROGERS i of an Industry cent prbduCttddaydeclaredthat it would pV impossible to make possible the 18 per cent tonic per mitted under the order and freely predicted that the brew would dis appear from the market FIRE DESTROYS THOMPSON SHOP Early Morning Blaze Thot to Have Been Started by Lightning THOMPSON July blackr smith shop belonging to E E Sackott was destroyed by fire here early this morning thot to havebeen caused bylightning as there was n seyere electrical storm The fire department called by EdHoverstin a neighbor who saw the flames from hig window about 4 oclock was too late to save the building but managed to keep the blaze from extending 10 nearby property Property loss estimated at to 58000 was covered by insurance Mr Sackett who had owned the property but a short time plans to rebuild immediately Two From Paris to New York Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS July The biggest news that was in the gapers today was some fel T3low nas exPeiv jimented and is I raising chick 1 ens that have not wings Thats a great gift to every body that has to eat at the i second table Now if he can rid of the necks and giz zards we will class him along FLIGHT RECORD HOLDERS PRASSE S CAVALRY TROOP IN ALGONA FOR COUNTY JUBILEE Celebration of 75th Birth day to Open Sun day ALGONA July here thismorning of Troop B of the Eleventh U S cavalry from Fort Des Moines was the first scheduled event of the Diamond Jubilee in celebration of the seventyfifth an niversary of the first settlement in Kossuth county which will start to morrow The troop ia under the command of Capt M S William sou The cavalry men will remain here four days They will take part in the parade Tuesday afternoon auc will give an exhibition of Cossack riding trick riding jumping over bars silent drill and a saber charge at the evening program at the fair grounds Algona has spent the past few months in preparations for celebra tion July 14 15 and 16 It if ex pected that former Kossuth county people are coming for this celebra tion from all directions and thousr ands of miles intent on meeting the old home folks and the friends of their youth Plan Special Services Sund ayl morning the chu rches will Consuls Wife Must Face Court et Up in California Duluth Gets Eastern Preacher DULTJTH July 13 Rev Clarence S Dunham pastor of the First Congregational Church at Littleton Mass will arrive here next month to take charge of the Pilgrim Congregational church He succeeds the Rev Clyde S Noyce who died last December AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen None of us is perfect I said damn once when ants got in my sugar CITY Cal July 13 V The long flight of L W Men dell and R B Reinhart came to a sudden end here yesterday after noon when the tail group of their biplane Angeleno was fouled caus ing a tail flutter and forcing them to land The flyers set a new endurance flying record of 246 hours 43 min utes 32 seconds far beyond the 174 hours 59 seconds established by Byron K Newcomb and Roy L Mitchell of Cleveland An examination of the flyers and their second hand 220 horse power Wright whirlwind motor immedia tely after the flights end disclosed that both men and engine still were in good condition and might have continued indefinitely had not the tail flutter developed Give Engine Credit We have to give the engine credit for everything said Mendell as he clambered out of the plane Never before has an airplane en gine done anything like this So it was with the flyers them selves A physician who examined them indicated that the long grind imd not greatly harmed them Thus the flight which after breaking all existing endurance records turned Into a duel between man and motor ended in a draw The plane a second hand Buhl airsedan touched the landing field at p m yesterday The takeoff was at a m July 2 Out of Control Debris which collected on thy stabilizer of the plane coupled with a blow from a hatch cover which was torn off the cabin of the An geleno all hut forced the endurance craft out of control and abruptly ended its unprecedented flight As the flyers climbed stiffly out of their plane a haggard sort of smile on their bewhiskered oil spattered faces they praised the motor which would not quit and protested ih2 turn of fate that had denied them the opportunity to test their prowess in a fight to the finish with the second hand power unit The end came shortly after Men dell and Reinhart had messaged re questing a thirtyseventh refueling contact As the auxiliary ship took the air the Angeleno with tail afternoon has been set aside for the dedication of tlie Asa C Call home site on Thorington street George C Call of Sioux City has purchased the site and has placed an appropriate marker on the exact spot where stood the first house ever built in Algona The Swea City choir of 30 voices directed by A B Tweeten will take part The site willbe presented by Mr Call to the city and L J Dickinson and T i P Harrington will speak In the evening there wilhbe a big openair meeting on the courthouse lawn with S E McMahon the pre siding officer The program will be more or less informal Music is tobe supplied by the Koasuth county orchestra Will Hold On Monday morning the reunions of the high school alumni and the variouslocal organizations and soci eties will be held and in the after noon the Ambrose A Call state park is to officially dedicated Spaekers will include Senator Patterson Congressman Dickinson Mrs Gardner Cowles the park TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 8 CHICAGO MANS BODY IS FOUND INSIDE FURNACE CHICAGO July 13 body of Theodore Hammel 50 was founi ast night in aTurnace burned be yond recognition Police early today group wobbling badly sharply before the 5000 landed persons wathing were aware that the hardy TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 7 WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook beginning Mon day July 15 for Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Unset tled showery weather probable first of week followed by mostly fair lat ter half temperatures above normal beginning of week followed by cool Polish and French Flyers Start Two Hours Apart N Y Goal of Both Ships Bartlett Is Leading4 Up at 18 Holes BULLETIN CEDAR RAPIDS July 13 P Art Bartlett of Ottumwn matched master golf ivlth Car roll Stuart youthful Waterloo pitch shot artist today and led him four up wh6n they went to lunch at the end of the morning 18 of the 36 hole state champ ionship match By W C PETERSON Associated Tress Staff Writer COUNTRY CLUB CEDAR RAP IDS July 13 Arthur Bartlett of Ottumwa state amateur golf champion set forth today1 in queat of his tenth state title opposed by larroll Stuart of Waterloo Heavy rain which fell in the early hours of the morning left the course soppy and wet Hole by hole description First Hole 335 Stuart out drove the champion by 15 yards his tee shot sailing 240 yarcs down the middle of the fairway Zf th pitched nicely to the green Each took two putts to halve the hole in fours Second 1 350 Both First TransAtlantic Race Is Expected to End Sutv day Morning BULLETIN PARIS July 13 air ministry announced this after noon that the British steamer Esporunce Bay then off Capi Finlsterre heard the French trainsAtlantic plane Qupstlon Mark at p in Greenwich time a m Central Stand ard Mrs YlngKao nitc of the Chinese vice consul at San Francisco must face federal court of smuggling more worth of opium brot Into the U Sin her trunks under consular sealsffederal officialshave announced She la shown above with nor husband Ying Hao who has been suspended from office ponding dis position of the charges unable o determine whether it murder DUBUQUE MAN BUYS PAPERS Paducah Properties Sold to Company Headed by Woodward PADUCAH Ky July 13 Edwin J Paxton president of Fa ducah Newspapers Inc publishing the Evening Sun and News Dejao crat today announced sale of bis holdings to Fred W Woodward of Dubuque Iowa Transfer of other stock In the Paducah papers to El liott C Mitchelland W F Bnul shaw of Paducah anci M R Kace of announced The Paducah properties are ruw headed by Woodward as president and are under the general manage ment of Mitchell Officers of the new company are Fred W Woodward president W F Bradshaw vice president Mr Mitchell general manager Joseph L Roth secretary and treasury Woodward is president and gen eral manager of the Telegraph Her and Times Journal at Dubuque Mitchell has been editor of the Eve ning Sun for many yearsand Ruth las long been identined with the Svenlmj Sun as business manager Bradshaw isa banker Cape Finlsterro is on northwestern tip of Spain and Is tho last point on the European coast for the passage of thii French flyers on their flight to New York It is nliout 130 mlios from Le Bourget E BOURGET France July 13 T giant airplanes con structed for use over land headed out across the Atlantic today In the first transoceanic air race from aris to New York LE SCOUTS CALLED TO RESCUE DIVE FOR LOST BODY Norman Olson 17 Falls Trying to Reach Raft VENTURA July trying to wade to his companions who were sitting on a diving raft Nor man Olson 17 year old son of and Mrs Louis B Olson living two miles east of Miller was drowned in water just up to htn chin in Clear lake near here about oclock last evening While the boy floundered about after losing footing his two screamed for help but as the clos st cottage was n half mile away no response came at once Help arrived only after the on the raft Earl Anderson and an unnamed companion both of whom could swim a little but knew noth ng of 1Jesaving managed to get 0 shore and carried word to a Boy Scout encampment at Camp Roose velt up the beach or suicide Hammels wrists had been bound loosely together with telephone wire and his body wrapped in burlap been soaked with kero ene Unburned shreds and charred bits of theburlap were found in the ashes of the furnace The body was found by Hammels niece Miss Carmen Hammel and a friend James Cregg who had been requested by Mrs Hammel the dead mans wife to look for him when he failed to return home last eve ning He had gone in the morning to a vacant flat building he owned to do some work and Mrs Hammel an invalid feared he might have been overcome by the heat Miss Hammel and Cregg had searched the building and were about to leave the basement when she remarked jokingly Lets look in the furnace maybe he crawled in there to keep cool Police learned that Hammel re cently had experienced financial dif ficulties and that the vacant build ing was mortgaged for Police said they believed Hammel crazed from worry crawled Into the furnace after wrapping himself in the saturated burlap and binding his wrists had set himself afire Cregg and Miss Hammell were re leased after being1 questioned PASTOR HELD IN ASSAULT CASE Sharpsburg Struck Drug Store Man With Ham mer Claim SHARPSBURG July 12 Arrest last week of the Rev R H Platt Methodist minister here foi an alleged assault on Ole Nelson with a hammer haa only widenec thebreach between two hostile fac tions which split this town of 200 several weeks ago when Nelsons drug store was raided for liquor at the instigation of the minister None was found i The Rev Mr Platt has been held to the Taylor county grand jury and is at ball The attack Is said to have oc curred July 3 when Nelson accosted the pastor on the streets and de manded that the latter sign a writ ten apology for the raid which he had prepared Nelson testified that the minister lit him with a hammer instead of complying with the demand and right others corroborated his testi mony Platt offered no defense declining o testify open Bartlett a second loft hinv 15 yards short of the green while Stuart was barely on Bartlott took two more to get on and added two puts for a 6 Stuart holed out In 4 for a one up lead Third Hole 380 yards Bartlett outdrove Stuart 20 yards and both pitched beautifully to the green the champion a bit closer Stuarts 35 foot putt stopped ten inches short and Bartletfs was S inches closer They halved with par fours Hole Four 395 yards Stuarts 250 yard drive 5 yards short of Bartletts lay on a bare spot and he could not lift it It fell 80 yards short of the gren in a pool of water Bartletts lay Stuart pitched eight feet from the pin and the champion ran his 18 inches part Stuart missed by a hair and Bart lett won with par four to square the 155 yards Bartlett match Hole Five pitched fifteen feet from the pin and Stuart fell squarely in the creek in front of the green He dubbed his pitch and conceded the hole to go one down Stuart cost himself a penalty stroke by soling the ball Hole Six 475 yards BartleUs TURN TO MARKET PAGK YANK STUDENTS GREET FLYERS Yancey and Williams Hear Americans Singing Under Hotel Balcony ROME July 13 Lew is A Yancey and his transAtlantic companion Roger Q Williams awoke this morning to find before their hotel balcony a hundred American students singing the Star Spangled Banner giving their college yells and booming the flyers names in all directions Rubbing their eyes the American airmen went down and shook hands with the students signing auto graphs and posing for pictures The fyers went to the Centocelle Military air field today with Maj George E LovellJr American air attache where they inspected vari ous planes Including the Savoie 64 In which Ferrarin and Delprette made their flight to Brazil A tire has pride It wont blow out in the presence of a nhade KINO ALBERT BOBBER VICTIM Belgiums Ruler Loses 500 Francs Watch and Pen Wbile at Beach BRUSSELS Juy 13 Albert was robbed of his gold watch a pocketbook containing 500 franca and a gold pen knife while swimming in the sea at Mariakerke and today returned to Brussels anything but pleased about it The king did not conceal his 11L humor at the robbery and the fact that Belgiums first sea resort dit enjoy better supervisory service while the ostend authorities have hastened to offer apologies The police and bruges magistrate hurried to Mariakerke They de clared the theft must have been committed by some local criminal who was not aware of his victims identity One of the planes was a single motored Amiot biplane manned by two poles Maj Ludwik Idzikowak and Maj Casimir Kubala who lifted the large craft the Marsha Pilsudskie from the field here a a m p m FridayC S T and pointed its nose westward Th other plane was the Question Mark single motoreil Breguet ses ulplane ofCapt DIeudonne Cottagers began to arrive in ans wer to the calls for help just as ths scouts were beginning their attempt to recover the body Before mid night about 500 persons lined ths shores of the lake at the spot of the tragedy Worked Three Hours The body was recovered at S oclock after it had been under water about half an hour Scouts worked at artificial respiration for three hours until young Ol8on finally pronounced deadbythe succeeded In heavijy loaded plane in the air at a m p m Friday C S T He was accompanied by his mechanic and navigator Jacques Bellonte He had been mysterious as to his des tination letting it be known 13 Tokyo but this was accepted gen erally as deception necessary to evade French transoceanic flying restrictions When he had departed the makers of his plane and its mo tor announced his destination was New York Crossed But Once The north Atlantic has been crossed but once before from east to west by a heavier than air craft Baron Ehrenfried Gunthcr von Huenefcld Capt Herman Koehl and Capt Jamea C Fitzirmurice in the airplane crossed from Baldonnel air field Irish Free State to Greenley Island Labrador last year Captain Coste had planned orig inally to take off before the Poles but he deferred his own start 45 min utes in view of the greater speed of his plane which is capable of 125 TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN fl Mason City Olson tji take iact gone to home thsir daughter Bernice who had been employed in the office of Dr T A Burke for a vacation They finally found and arrived just ia time to hear the attempt at resusci tation pronouned futile The accident occurred near Ven tura Heights a little off the road between Ventura and the heights The boys had been frolicking around ia the water and the two who able to swim had reached the raft Young Olson announced his inten TUKN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 Pair Held in Jail for Dismantling Dredge DES MOINES July 13 nst and Albert Eitel are in Polk county Jail charged with disman tling a 538000 dredge in the Skunfc river near Santiago and selling ma chinery parts The dredge was owned by R S Morrow Sons Omaha Have You Ever Been Talked About A heathen country is easily rec ognized It has no enport Times Of course you have nnd thats why you wilt want to read CHATTY Goddess of Gab By Beatrice Burton Starting Monday in the GlobeGazette FLOOD WATERS POUR IN OVER KANSAS TOWN HUTCHINSON Kans lit waters pouring into Hut chinson from two directions had in undated the city early today cavia ing damage estimated at 5250000 Members of the first batalllon of the one huhdred and thirtieth fluid artillery Kansas national guard have been ordered into action to protect lives and property No Icyj of life had been reported this morn ing Cow creek ordinarily a placid stream 10 feet wide transformed into a raging torrent by recent rains swept thru the business dis trict shortly after midnight Mer chants avoided heavy damage to their stocks by moving them from basements and low shelves yester day Salina north of here was con fronted with a new menace when Dry creek broke over the Missouri Pacific tracks in the west edge of the city flooding the residential sec tion near the Union station Persian Town Hit TEHERAN Persia July 13 T least 375 persons were klIcd I and several villages wiped out in floods at Tabriz Thursday under 1 stood to have been caused by a i cloudburst Inasmuch as the number ofdead reported represented the number nf bodies recovered there were fcfrs that the loss life might be great er I Roads wre destroyed and It rs that 2000 houses collapsjl with others still falling Crops alro I were seriously damaged IOWA FORECAST Probably showers Saturday afternoon or Saturday night followed by partly cloudy Sun clay cooler Saturday night and in extreme east portion Sun day LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weathar figures tot U hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday on Coolest In JSlght 70 At 8 A Ml Saturday 70 Rnlnfnll 51 Friday was a recordcqualer in two respects The maximum tem perature of 90 equaled the previous high mark of 1929 and the mini mum Friday night of 70 equaled the seasons previous high minimum The series of showers early Saur day morning left slightly more a half inch of water in the Glolie Gazettes official rain gauge By midforenoon the sun appeared to be back in control of the situation No week thus far in 1929 has more suitable to rapid growth of vegetation than the week just clos ing ;