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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 27 19ffi PRESS AND INTERNATIOAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE N0 25f BRIAND TO FORM NEW CABINET CoOp Is FLYERS REPORT St Louis Plane Drones on Far Beyond 300Hour Mark BULLETIN ST LOUIS Mo July ZJ im endurance monoplane St Louis Robin put its 344th hour behind the wash of its propeller at p m C S T and drove on into the third week of its record breaking flight CT LOUIS July 27 weeks ago today the St Louis Robin ventured aloft to test the motor and with its two pilots Dale Red Jackson and Forest OBrine settled into an endurance flight which eclipsed former records by an ever increasing limit The 300 hour mark was passed Thursday and a week from today when 500 hours will be concluded was the goal mention of the Billion Dollar City also on a sustained flight at Houston Texas was made in notes dropped by the flyers yesterday al tho the day before the rivals seemed to worry Red and Obie The Robin has a 105 hour lead on the Tesans Families at Field Families of both airmen are a LambertSt Louis field augment ing the unofficial family of news paper men photographers and visi tors as Jacksons parents arrived in of Faribault asis ter St Lotlis Robin and iij UL EilSO to V uplaatnirhtTaeltsbfi added in his Two weeJtir days Good for another week at Twentyone hours Hope we can go beyond that Regards Red o Change Diet A slight change in their diet was a reward for the flyers last night when Dr A C Leggat flight sur geon at the field sent aloft a jar of iced watermelon hearts Mr and Mrs Henry Jackson of Faribault Minn announced their arrival to their son by the words blazoned on the side of their ship Hello son Here is pa and ma Jackson And in turn their son sent down a note everything is fine but youll have to wait a long time tosee us The rewards for the flyers con tinue to grow another 5100 a day being added as well as an addition al offer of 51 an hour bringing the total 24 hour payroll to S2 797 HOUSTON Texas July 27 The endurance monoplane Billion Dollar City mode a forced land ing at the Houston aircort at a m today after being in the air 233 hours 1 minute and seconds A wrist pin on the connectin rod of number 1 cylinder of the 22 horsepower Wright Whirlwind mi TO PAGE 8 COLUMN While lowans Swelter Temperature Mile and Half Up Is Freezin DES MOINES July 27 UP While lowans sweltered in the hea today as the mercury continued o its sensational spree one mile and half above ground the temperatur was freezing Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal July is quiet on the western front Russia ana China couldnt get the proper amount of sig natures from other nations so that war has officially been declared null and void From what I could learn from It while in Rus sia a couple of years ago the day t h e R e d army marches off to fight outside foe they are going to come back home under different management Thats where a lot of the socalled popular support of a war feeling in Russia comes from Thats whea all governments change hands is when the army is away trying to take care of somebody else Congratulations to Senator Edge for his successful escape from the senate He and his missus are a very amiable and charming couple and will wel come our aviators with distinction Tours WILL ROGERS MOVIE RIOTERS STAGE RUSH ON EQUITY FRIENDS tfUDGET FIGURE TO FOUR BILLION Experts Consider Prelimi nary Estimates for Var ious Departments By KOLAND C DA VIES Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON July 27 tremendous task of formulating the estimates of the governments 54000000000 budget for the next 1931 fiscal al ready begun Congress with most of its mem bers away during Washingtons tor rid summer wil not be called upon to consider the problem until De cember but in the meantime a score of experts of the budget bureau have plunged into a sea of figures As the start of their five months task the budget experts are at present analyzing the preliminary estimates submitted recently by the governmental departments and agencies on their financial needs for next year For the next month they will scrutinize every figure anc fund to be allotted to the manifolc branches of the government Then the budget will return to the governmental departments and agenciesSept 13 the socalled reg is its revisei Two tile department be called uporitoreallocatethefunds among their various bureaus on the basis of thesefigures As departmental expenditures have been increasing in recent years at the annual rate of T 1 T1 budget experts Men iaken a task for the 1931 budget in keeping the total below the 54000000000 mark desired by President Hoover Last years budget figure aggregated 3800 000000 but new activities of the government voted by congress in recent years have added large ex penditures Car by Veteran Em ployes of Studio AUNT HET By Eobert Quillen Weve always got along good because Ive been care ful not to let Pa find out which one of ua had the most sense LOS ANGELKS Cal July 27 T A physical encounter at a Holly wood film studio between employes and alleged sympathizers with the Actors Equity association here late yesterday marked the first violence incidental to Equitys campaign for a closed shop in the talkie studios Two men were dragged from an automobile and several hundred feet of film destroyed by war veterans working in a picture at a studio when alleged sympathizers with Equity created a demonstration by booing and hissing 150 former serv ice men as they were leaving the lot Adams in Studio Charles Adams head of the mo tion picture division of the central employment bureau for veterans who had engaged the exservice men was in the studio when the demonstration occurred He said two of three men who hissed the work ers were taken from their machine while thethird a man of advanced age was unmolested When he obtained the names of the three men they admitted he said that they were members of Actors Equity association The for mer service men took a camera which they said the trio had used to film their departure from the studio and destroyed the film in It Heard Nothing Charles R Miller resident agent of the association said he had heard nothing about the disturb ance Another phase of Equitys cam paign appeared yesterday when the association filed an amended com plaint in its 51000000 suit against Tully Marshall actor and Warner Brothers his employers The film concern was ordered to show cause August 5 why an in junction should not be issued re straining it from employing Mar shall The original suit was based on tie associations contention that Marshall had signed an agreement not to work In any picture with non members of Equity Valuation Figures Not to Change Cook Thinks DES MOINES July 27 Chairman Louis H Cook of the state board of assessment and re view expects no material change n valuation figures which form the laals for taxation In Iowa as a re ult of valuation hearings held dur ng the week Chinese Acts Mentioned by Soviet Chiefs LONDON July 27 dispatches today continued to re late atrocities of Chinese in Man churia against soviet citizens there and to tell of demonstrations thru out the U S S R seeking redress for insults to the Russian prole tarian state Advices from China put an entire ly different aspect on the situation in Manchuria and emphasized the feeling of Chinese officials that the altercation growingout of seizure of the Chinese eastern railway would be setled peacably There were only meager reports from either country but those front China were taken as indicating a preliminary conference took place Wednesday between Chang Tao Hsiang governor of KIrin division of Manchuria and the Soviet con sul general at Harbin B N Melni kov M Melnlkov was said to have started thereafter for Moscow to recount the events of the past seven weeks to his government The Chi nese were reported in one dispatch to be determined on peace and to be pleading that the seizure of the Chi nese eastern was an unauthorized action of the roads president Lu Yung Huan Bromley Still Looks for Weather for Jaunt to Tokyo TACOMA Wash July 27 Lieut Harold Bromleys projected nonstop flight over the Pacific ocean from Tacoma to Tokyo de veloped today into a grim waiting contest with a favorable weather report the cue needed to send him speeding on his way Since a teat night Thursday there has been nothing of consequence necessary to make the plane ready but every weather report has brot Its story of rain storm and head winds over the entire course the young flyer Intends to follow Miss Robinson 4 Up at 18th C L STAR LOSES FIRST ROUND 3rake Clear Lake defending chami Miss Frances Drake Clear Lake defending her state womens golf championship at Des Moines Saturday was 4 down on Miss Lucille Robinson Des Moines at the end of the first 18 holes CHURCHES WILL OPEN JUBILEE Reunion Services Will First Day Program at Greene Rain Outlook Gives Hope of Cool WeekEnd DES MOINES July 27 prospect of thundershowers and cooler weather promised by the for Sunday buoyed up GREENE July openingtbE of sweltering lowans of Greenes fifteith anniversary today for relief from a week of ex jubilee and homecoming will be I hot weather celebrated here tomorrow with rej The heat was undiminished unions at all the churches The pul reports indicated At 2 p m here pits will be occupied by former pas the official thermometer stood at 94 tors and the services will be devoted degrees with every indication it to reminiscences of the days of the would go higher later in the after THOnCer Ufrvl pioneer Picnics will be in or4er on Mon noon Yesterdays high was only 93 jicmcs will oe m oroler on MonWaterloo reported 91 degrees at day which has been designated an n a m after a maximum of 98 organization and family reunion there yesterday day Thruout the celebration which will close Aug 1 the lodge rooms t of the Masons Knights of Pythias Iff Alt D PflMTCvT SW H I Lll I ill II I I 1S WWI1 Odd Fellows and Knights of Columl bus willbe kept opin for the use of visiting members Features of the day will bo a ball i game between Greene and Nashua at Ramker park at oclock in house at oclock and the Sacred Heart academy alumni reunion banquet at the academy building at Dedication of the Laura A Math er Memorial Library building anJ the pioneer day address by Judge Martin J Wade Iowa City Tues day and the historical and civic pa rades of Wednesday and Thursday will be outstanding events of the jubilee The library building will be presented to the town by C M Mather husband of the woman whose name it will bear Ball games will be a dally feature of the celebration The highlight from the standpoint of the old timers on the sports program will be the game on Thursday the final day between the 1909 Greene and Dougherty teams of Rockwell Youth Loses Fingers in Buzz Saw ROCKWELL July 27Giluert Grummon son of Mr and Mrs O W Grummon here lost the ends of he fingers on his left hand cut off by a buzz saw in the manual tran ng department of Iowa State col ege at Ames Thursdav ENDS IN DEATH Neck Is Broken in Dive Into Shallow Water AYRSHIRE July contest among a group of boys each try ing to stay under water the longest ended in the death here of Oscar Condruf 23 of Laurens at 10 oclock last night of Injuries re CLivel while diving in Silver Lake Two hours of work in an attempl to revive the youth whose neck was broken in a diva into four feet of water were futile The contest had continued for some time with each swimmer tak ing his turn in the underwater en durance fete when young Condruf stepoed ahead of his fellows the boast Ill show you His friends waited and marvelet at the length of Condruf re mained submerged Finally after a few minutes hod elapsed they be came anxious and began diving The body was recovered immedi ately Physicians believed thai im mediate death wns caused bv in juries rather than drowning If the proposed bill to censor false advertising goes thru the Congres sional Record will be the first pub lication to Citys Jlmmfe Montague New York Her Miss Drake Goes Behind in Early Play By WILBUR C PETERSON Associated Press Staff Writer GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB DBS MOINES July 27 ucille Robinson Des Moines to day put in a bid for the Iowa vomens golf championship by tak ngr a lead of 4 up on Miss Frances Will Use Big Sum to Help Farmers Ills Would Establish Chain of Offices in Principal World Cities pHICAGO July 27 20 000000 world wide cooperative marketing corporation Is the pre scription of the newly formed fed eral farm board for the financial ills of grain farming and selling Altho members or the board and representatives of approximately 50 cooperative marketing associations declared last night after their meet Man in the first 18 holes of their 36 hole final match The champion was outgeneraled most of the way Twice Miss Robin son holed out from off the green while once she sank a 30 footer for a win Not always was she better on her drives but she stayed out of trouble more often than did Miss Drake who several times missed short putts They played nip and tuck for the first seven holes Miss Drake three times overcoming a one up advan tage From then on Miss Robinson took control and won three holes in a row It was phenomenal golf that won No 11 for Miss Drake A sizzling 300 yard drive and a beautiful bras sie sent her on the green 25 feet from the cup and she holed out in 4 a womens eagle and a men olrdie while tfie tpro more HOW THEY WENT No drives landed in the rough and were pitched out nicely After Miss Drake missed twice from 10 feet Miss Robinson became 1 up by putting 12 inches from the cup No Robinson outdrove Drake and maintained advan tage with second shot Their fourths were 8 feet wide of cup Miss Drake sinking hers to square the match No outdriven by Miss Drake Miss Robinson caught up with her opponent halving the hole with birdie fours No Robinson pitched 35 feet from the pin on the second shot while Miss Drake sliced into deep TURN TO SPOUT PAGE ing that no agreement had been reached it was understood that much progress had been made to wards founding the mammoth co operative and that details might be expected soon Yesterdays was the first meeting of the board outside of Washington and was to consider the grain mar keting problem Acts as Intermediary The proposed new cooperative BF envisioned by the farm leaders would act as an intermediary be tween the farm board and the small er cooperatives which would be invited to join the larger organiza tion An international chain of of flees for the collection and correla tion of important data would be es tablished thruout the world The boards statement explainei that the plan is so large and de tails of its development so man oftimewillb necessary before such a corporatio could in any event be placed in ac tive operation Plan Centralization Carl Williams of Oklahoma City authorized by Chairman Alexander H Leggc to be official spokesman explained at a press conference after the meeting that the plan is to centralize and strengthen as far as possible all farm cooperatives in the country The capital of the pro posed supercooperative lie said would be obtained by assessment on organizations joining the movement Assessments he declared would be levied on the basis of membership It is not the idea or the board Williams explained that we shall deny loans to those who are not members of the corporation Nor are we going to insist upon mem TUBN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 7 FRENCH GROUP RESIGNS ALONG WITH PREMIER Doumergue Confers Over Formation of New f Government BULLETIN PARIS July 27 Brland frequently foreign min ister nnd nine times premier to day agreed to form n cabinet to succeed that of It ay mom Polncnro which resigned thlb morning Brland noted for his policy of renpprosichment with Ger many wus summoned to tho Elybeo palaco by President Doumerguo nil invited to form a ministry after Premier Poln caro had definitely decided to rotlro In view of the state of MB health M Briand was foreign min ister in tho Poincaro cabinet OAKIS July 27 French cabinet resigned in a body short y before noon today after Ray mond Poincare premier refused to reconsider his own decision to re sign An impending operation made necessary by exhaustion and fatigue from is long fight for the debt agreement with America was behind the premiers action The cabinets resignation was handed to President Dounvjrgue who presided at the meeting by Louis Barthou acting premier who drafted a letter as follows The efforts we have made witli M Poincare to persuade him in the re tain direction of iuia not met with ihs hoped Bow to Decision We must bow to his decision with the regret of not being able to continue a collaboration that was accompanied by our admiration anci respectful Therefore we leg you president kindly to nr cept our resignation and the ex pression of our profound respccc The letter was signed by all the ministers and subsecretaries Prior to appearing at the cabinet meeting Aristide Briand foreign minister and Louis Barthou vice premier had gone to the home of M Poincare and sought to have him change his mind about leaving the ministry Their quest was hope TDUN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 5 Iowa Senator Commends Hoovers Cruiser Stand Brookhart Attacks thirsty Coterie in Legion WASHINGTON July 27 Commending President Hoover for suspending construction of three cruisers Senator Brookhart of Iowa today voiced a vigorous protest against views expressed on the question by National Commander McNutt of the American Legion Brookhart said that McNutt is only representing a little blood thirsty coterie at the head of the Legion which has become principal propagandist for the war profi teers The lowan is a Legion mem In complete accord with ber I am the president Brookhart continued and I hope these cruisers never will be built They are useless when they are built and the construction of them is an unnecessary threat of is against war preparations The same is He asserted that a vast majority of the rank and file of the Legion and useless war true he went on of a still larger number of World war soldiers who are not of the Legion at all The Legion convention that en dorsed the cruisers and other war like programs are a packerl and controlled afafir Resolutions are usually passed by a picked commit tee and indorsed by a small number of organized delegates They never present the facts or the whole truth about situation and they never represent the Legion membership Ir its sober judgment Former Lylo Resident Dies LYLE Minn July IIHS reached here of thedeath of Pete Hildebraml at his home in Minne apolis Mr Hildebrand was a for mer resident of Lvlc Wea 60THOTDEAD IN EARTHQUAKE Ecuador Shocks Tumble Buildings Residents Flee From Homes QUITO Ecuador July 27 least 60 persons were believed dead today from an earthquake which yesterday destroyed most of the town of Moyurgo half way between here and Machachl The shocks which continued during last night caused considerable general panic Buildings In the village were tumbled by the first shock strong est of the series Subsequent lighter shocks added to the terror of the inhabitants who escaped Near the center of the disturbance fissures were opened in the ground as much as 15 feet wide Much damage was done also at Tambillo Machimchl and La Ta cunga Physicians and Red Cross workers were rushed from here to the stricken area Funeral Rites Are Held at Armstrong for Mrs Spoor 73 ARMSTRONG July al services were held Friday morn Ing at her home for Mrs Jamea A Spoor Mrs Spoor died here Mon day following a two weeks illness of Brights disease She was 73 years old and lial been a resident of Armstrong1 for 25 years Mr Spoor preceded her in death two years ago Three BUZS fand six granddaughters survive IOWA FORECAST Increasing cloudiness fol lowed by locnl thundcrshowers In north portion Saturday night or Sunday and In south portion Sunday cooler Sunday and in northwest portion Saturday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday 94 Lowest in Night 70 At 8 A M Saturday 80 Once the fourth time this mercury in GlobeGazettes maximum thermo meter has riacn to the 94 mark and stopped Saturday opened 1 degree cooler than at a corresponding hour Friday but thera was every indica tion that the days high point would closely approach If not actually sur pass the maximum of Monday Wednesday Thursday and Friday The weather man was talking in terms of rain for Saturday night or Sunday NEXT WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for week be ginning Monrlay July 28 Upper Mississippi and lower Mis souri valleys and northern and cen tral great plains Generally fair ex cept shower period south portion first of week north portion middle of week and south portion again at end temperature near normal first of week rising In middle and cool er in north portion at close ;