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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa ifft ifrA NorthIowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ROM E EDITION RESCUE ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 226 AT SEA I k k Bobby Jones and Espinosa ATLANTA MANS LEAD REDUCED IN FINAL ROUND Tie r National Amateur King Badly Off Form on Last Round BULLETIN WINGED FOOT CLUB MA MAKONUCK N Y Juno 39 off form Bobby Jones national amateur king shot a 7 on his final round nnd tied Al Espinosa of Chicago for the lead in the national open golf championship Each scored 294 for Ihe73 holes WINGED FOOT MAMArt ONliCK N Y June 20 ISspinosa of Chicago scored a fine 75 on his final round to take temporary lead in the na tional open golfl championship today Kspinosas 73hole score 284 Tommy Armour former litle hokler took 76 for u taintol In spite of a distressing eight at the twelfth hole Espinosn kept fighting and finished strong with a birdie three at the seventeenth and a par four nt tlio where he had side hill putt for a relief nV riNGED N Y June 2D spite of bad 7 at the eighth hole Bobby Jones went oiit in38 two over par in his last round in thenational golf championship and kept a slightly Bob McCrary Three Up ox Bud Des Moines Man Shot Moil ing Round in 74 One Over Par June 20 Mc Crary of Des Moines held a 3 up margin over Bud Maytag of New ton at the end of the half way mark of their final hole final match for the transMississippi golf cham pionship today McCrary shott the morning round in 74 one over par while Maytag who slipped with his approaches and putts took two more strokes on the second nine where he lost his ground Their morning cards Par out 445 444 Maytag out 455 544 McCrary out 346 444 Par in 443 Maytag in 443 454 McCrary in443 443 McCrary Won First Two OMAHA FIELD CLUB Omaha June 29 pair of lowans Bud Maytag of Newton and Bob Mc Crary of Des Moines matched swipes at the elusive white pellet over a 36 hole grind on the Omaha field club course today for the transMississippi golf championship A brisk wind Swept the course as they teed off making driving dif ficult and putting rather hazardous McCrary won the first two holes and dropped the third He took the first with a birdie 3 to Maytags 4 because of his 255 yard drive that played perfectly to win thfeihirb in par 5 McCrary went two up on the fourth green when Maytagmissed an 8 footputt add the little Scotch man played perfectlyfor a par 4 They halved the fifth and sixth at 294 in U S Open FLYERS FORCED DOWN reduced lend over all rivals i with par 4s Starting his final round with a 3 The Newton millionaire came stroke lead Bobby Jones banged out back with a birdie on theseventh par four on the first sending his second home agamst a stiff wind The Jones gallery expecting to see him crowned king again roared as he sank a sixfooter for a birdie on the second after a spectacular pitch shot Jones hooked his iron from the third tee landing in a trap He got out well but missed the 12 foot putt and toolc four to go back even with i par M Expinosa showed no sign of halving the tenth eleventh and skidding as he went out in 36 twelfth holes in perfect figures to par Kspinosas outcard 542 Ml 444 remain all smiare while McCrary required a 6 because of a dubbed drive and a poor sec ond They halved the eighth with par 3 Maytag squared the battle on the ninth when his second shot a 50 yard pitch nestled within three feet of the cup On the nine holes Mc Crary took 38 strokes while May tag took even pas 37 Snares a Birdie Both were stroking along evenly h took marshal to remain all square Perfect approaching and a long several minutes for ttie putt pushed McCrary two up at the control the gallery before end of the fifteenth hole They tee sbots could be hit Fully 5000 halved the thirteenth in par 4 On chased wildly down the fairways the next McCrary sent his second Waiting to play his second shot to the 406 yard fourth Jones re marked as a marshal tried to herd the crowd I want him to get back not the gallery Bobby put his iron nicely on rolled his approach putt up and got four AHOver for Diegcl Leo Diegel practically passed out of the picture when he took a 12 go ing out on the afternoonround Die gels outgoing card Out 553 446 615 Going to the fifth Jones was two strokes better than in the morning round There however he hooked Im drive badly It landed under a TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Pa talks a lot about his insurance but its just be cause he wants me to say how much Id rather have him than the money shot to within 10 feet of tbe pin and was in with a par 4 Both were on the carpet on the fifteenth in 2 but McCrary snared a birdie by sinking a 20 foot putt McCrary increased his margin to 3 up at tha end of the morning round by taking the sixteenth with a par 1 to Maytags 5 They halved the next two with a pair of 5s KILLS HIMSELF WITH SHOTGUN Osage Farm Hand Commits Suicide in Fit of Insanity OSAGE June a rit of temporary insanity Oliver Johnson 40 year old bachelor farm hand killed himself with a shotgun at tho home of his sister Mrs Earl Jef fries six miles south of here about oclock yesterday morning The charge entered his brain thru the left eye killing him instantly and Johnsons hand was still on the trigger when he was found flat on bis back in a bedroom of the house Johnson who was considered odd was doing chores at the farm in the absence of Mr and Mrs Jeffries who aremaking a tour of the Blaclt Hills A neighbor girl who was attend ing to the housework heard the shot ring out this morning and entered the bedroom to find Johnson prone on the bed his handclasping the gun The sheets had been pulled off ind were lying on the floor DEFEATS PAVING Second Time This Year That Proposal for Bonds Has Lost Out WINTERSET June 2D the second time this year a county primary road bond issue has been defeated Madisoncounty yesterday voted down a issue by a 270 majority Cherokee county pre viously had disapproved of bonds Thirty one counties have approved bonds A largo unfavorable rural vote was given as the cause for thede feat The final vote was 1500 to 186D most of the yes ballots coming from urban precincts The bonds would have been used to pave No 2 across the comity and No 16 from Wintcrset south to Union county The defeat will pre vent speedy completion of paved highways across southern Iowa on No 2 all counties but Madison und Louisa had voted bonds New Labor Commissioner Wont Retain J D Seaman DES iipINES June 20 Henry V Hoyer new labor com missioner yesterday notified J D Seaman deputy for 10 years thai he will not be retained Hoyer ceeds A L Urick july 1 Wins First 30 Robins Beat Braves 43 PITTSBURGH June 2D Burleigh Grimes Pirate hurler reg istered his twelfth victory of the season when Pittsburgh defeated Cincinnati 3 to 0 in the first game of a double bill today Critzs sen sational fielding featured the battle Cincinnati 000 I Pittsburgh OLO 000 I 0 Donohtin and Gooch Grimes nnd Hiirgrcavc BEER DECISION Des Moines Judge Rules Seizure by Hanunond Was Illegal VACATION IS PICTURE IOWA HE HEADS KIWANIS Editors See Proposed Site of National Park on Mississippi By STAFF KEPKESIiiSTATlVB TOWAS Vacation Land and thej reasons why it should be acquired anil developed sis a national park project were set before some 30 edi tors of northeastern Iowa Friday thru nn allday toil rou andalong the Mississippi Business men otl McGregor Waukon and LanaUg sponsored the project and the plans for it were administered by thci Northeastern Iowa National par association headed by Walter Beall West Union publisher The days program opened at S oclock with a breakfast m McGreg or and included visits to McGregor heights Pikes peak und Painted rocks scenic cynosures of the Mc Gregor locality a trip to Waukon by motor over a road which skirtej the giant river for a way and then plunged into wooded valleys a lunch at Waukons delightful hozcl another motor trip from Waukon to Lansing over the Road of a Thou sandCurves a visit to Lansings sentinel Mount Hosmer the states fish pond and hatcheryandtothe f arm uptthe stream and finally a leisurely journey dbvvn cneMiasissippi from Lansing to Mc Gregor thru wooded bluffs spark ling and varicolored from a des cending sun Earlier At McGregor heights the editors looked across the Father of Wat ers upon trie Winneshiek bottoms and upon Prairfe du Chien where Iowas frontiersmen caught theh first glimpse or Iowa Amongthese who looked down upon the scene was Arthur Pickford of Mason City who recalled the February day in DES MOINES June 23 1S75 that hc aml ns brother un County Attorney Carl Missildine toiloaUca their belongings for Horacn W McDnvld of Uo cntnr 111 is Ilia new president of Kiwiinis International ROBINS 4 BRAVES 3 BROOKLYN June Brooklyn Robins jomo from behind today to take the first of a doublc henclor from he Boston Braves 4 to 3 Boston 001 8 2 Brooltlyn 000 02B 8 2 Jones tindySpohrer Clarlc nnd Picinlch PHILLIES 10 GIANTS NEW YORK June 20 Phillies slampied Giant pitching hard and effectively to win the first game of a doubleheader by 10 to 6 here today Itwas the second Phila delphia victory over New York in 14 games this season VhilndcIpJtin 300043 11 2 New York 230 100 0 G 2 Colling and Larian Davis Oene Hicb Tndd and Hognn Failing Motors Force Endurance Plane Down Capt Hawks Reaches York AfterRound Trip to Los Angeles I to coast record of 36 hours Ifi miti MINNEAPOLIS June 29 endurance plane Miss MlnneiP ane are SUCC a fencc utcs 48 seconds flying time He also broke three other reoords I Spectators were given a momcni DlSITlISS j tary alarm when in landing his plane darted across the field and day declined to appeal to the dis trict court a ruling by Municipal Judge J E Mershon thai the sei zure here of 150000 bottles of near beer was illegal He Indicated how over another alleged attempt might be made later to tostthe legality of near beer as a drink for lownns Altho John B Hammond former police chief who obtained a search warrant for 10 carloads of near beer last Saturday sought lo take the case to a higher court Missildini said fi talked it over with the at torney general and we decided this would not be the case to appeal There are too many technical issues involved such as the interstate com merce and search warrant angles Judge Mershon yesterday counsel for the Northwestern road and the Slanitowoc Brewingcompany in a contention thai Ihe near beer had not been de livered and therefore was under ths jurisdiction of interstate commerce He likewise held that the search warrant was obtained while the beverage was some distance from Des Moines Hammond claimed thai near bee is illegal in Iowa under a statute calling mnlt liquors intoxicating Judge Ilershon however said The coil11 findn that the statutes of Iowa dp noi make illegal the or transportation of beverages I that are not intoxicating Jn fact chemists bad Ustificd that the near beer contained one third of one per cent alcohol the trip across the river in a great freight depot which atauds today as it stood years ago A fleeting inspection of the neat of Iowas Wildlife school held each August was another of the parly1 privileges Capt W F Biclcel one of the riienin whose minds the idcsi had inception was present thriiout the day to provide information about this project As an engineer whose life interests have been wrapped up in he Mississippi valley region his storehouse of knowledge concerning the geology botany and life of the region was n real part of the days pleasures At Pikes peak Ihe penpushers OTAN IS PLACE LakeElrnf3 MlnarvS Cali forniari Chosen by President BULLETIN WASHINGTON Tunc 39 President Hoover IMS offered positions nn tho federal form board to AV S Moscrip of Luke Elmo Minn and C C Tongue of LosAngeles Moscrip has had extensive experience in enoperation farm work such us tho president hus set up us SL ciimlifivaUrm for members of tho board Tho or ganization with which hOiis connected is i cooperative dairying association having to do both with production ant1 distribution iUoscrip find Ten gup are con sidering tho offers iinii no defi nite arrangement 1ms yet been made Moscrip contorrnd with 1rRfiidcnl Hoover and Src rotarv Hyde Traguo is connected with n California fruit growers coop ernlivn association By liAVfllOND Z HENLE Associated Press Sluff Writer thrilled in the thot that they wercj WAfHINGTON 29 lT 4 AVIATORS ARE PICKED UP FROM FLOATING PLANE Quartet Alive and Well Discovered by British Airplane MADRID June 28 Span ish transatlantic aviators Major Ramon Franco and three compan ions who have ben missing for more than a week have been picked up ai sea by the British airplane carrier Eagle and today were beingTjrot to Gibraltar An airplane fromthe Eagle spotted them floating in their plane a huge Cornier Wahl seacraft near the Azores They were picked up alive and well Besides Major Fran co there were Major Gonzales Gal larza Captain Ruiz cle Alcla and the mechanic Sergt Pedro Madariaga News of the safe discovery the four men spread quickly here and the streets of the capital were filled imradiately with excited crowds jubilant over the tidings There were scenes of utmost rejoicing and re lease from tension on every side Did Not Givo Time The message from the Eagle to the admiralty and to authorities at Gibraltar did not state when the men were picked up but it was as sumed to have been today Just one week after they were forced down into the sea on their flight from Cartagena to the Azores Their position when they were found wasnot for from that at last week The four men left Alcazarcs air drome Cartagena Spain at p m Friday of last week They passed overCadiz and last were heard from about midnight Friday n a radio message saying theyhad just passed Cape San Vincent Portugal and were heading out to sea Pluno Salvaged The aviators plane was salvaged also altho in slightly damaged con dition It was hoisted on board the carrier A radio message from the Eagle gave their positionwhcn they were found as latitude 3628north longitude 2411 west This position la 1QO miles or so northwest of San Miguel island the nearest to i Eur ope of the Azores Archipelago The Spanish ministry ofstate made the announcement first stal ing it had received a message from the Spanish consul at Gibraltar that the Eagle had picked up the missing aviators and was bringing them to Gibraltar The consuls message merely said Franco and companions picked up alive by Eagle near Azores Coming Gibraltar Later messages from London said the British admiraltyhad announ ced the Eagle had found tffe miss ing men ali alive and well The re ports occasioned the greatest jufalla Mississippi river nnd described as I leaders speculating today on a mighty mountain just in front of question who will be appointed from us the great middle western farming Wanted Fort Built The Spanish government coni municated the news to relatives of the four men region to represent principally the The aviators had been missing It was at irTlSOD that interests more than 24 hours before it was i Announcement of the member or generally acknowledged they had TURX TO PAGE 5 COLUMN I members to represent this com failed to reach the Azores first atop modity has been awaited with the on thcir projected flight to New keenest interest mainly because YorkThis was of an an Will Rogers Says apolis wa forced down at Langdon Minn 15 miles from here at 11iri Plea for Freedom HILADELPHIA June 20 ujr UIOIuouDic LL to bc clleerec crowd of VecrimnBl division of the muni more than 150 hours m Unirers He kissed by hT9 wife today the ap break w mnrtn fcl n icatn for a writ of error today by moto It had its under and fuselageHawks was U been aloft an effort to durance flying record of 172 I made the flight to the Pacific i finti ef iw 1 n i n t i hours coast in 19 hours 10 minutes and Theplane was prrotea uy Thor 5 seconfs breaking the record of aid Thunder Johnson and Owen hours anfl S1 mimltes established The girl rushed to the home of j 29 tTi His tier father Gene SmalJey who no tified Coroner p R Shelleby of Osagc Mr Shellcby arrived about wald Thunder Johnson and Owen I Haughland It took off at Wold Chamberlain field here at 5 a m Siiriday and came within 22 hours of the worlds record Hawks Completes Hop ROOSEVELT FIELD N Y June forgotten 30 oclock moved to in the joy of success Capt Frank I M Hawks completed a nonstop j j flight and had the body rea m B D Collyer and Harry Tucker Altho he had planned to remain in Los Angeles only long enough to refuel he was detained 7 hours and 14 minutes by needed repairs to the planes stabilizer and carburetor from Los in 17 hours is and 16 seconds to break t from Los Angeles at 016 seconds to break daylight time today estab record of 18 hours 21 minutes lishingaone stop1 round trip coast ao TURN TO PAGES COLUMN C release of Alphonse Scarface Al Capone Chicago gang leader now serving a year in the county prison for carrying a loaded pisto Rains Force Hopvcr to Cancel His Trip WASHINGTON June 20 tfT President Hoover decfded to forrgo thn trip to his Virginia fishing prc pre serve which he had planned for to day and instead if possible to take a short automobile ride in the af ternoon BEVERLY HILLS June 29 I guess I wasa little too opti mistic a few days when I said we had got rid of congress for the duration of the Sicat sou son It look like they a still doing a little light work on the 1 ari f f each member according to the needs of his own s t a t f Being 48 slates that makes 48 versions of tho Larlff in fact 49 as the north and south of California both raise different sluff Tho tariff is an instrument invented for the ben efit of those who make lo be used against those who buy ns there is more buys than Lherc is makes It is a document of the minority But what a minorily Yours WILL ROGERS wheat is regarded as the commodity in greatest need of immediate ap i plication the stabilization con inmnlated by the net under which i Uie board will function I Irrnm liordcr States The first three members an i nounccd come from the border i of Oklahoma Kentucky and Mis I souri One James C Stone of Lex I ington represents the tobacco grow I ing industry another C B Denman of Farmmgton Missouri is identi fied with livestock and the third Carl Williams of Oklahoma City has for years been identified with the American Cotton Growers ex change Williams however also has had n variety of experience with wheat associations and cooperative mar Iceting organizations and some leaders felt thai his appointment was not intended so much to give cotton a representative on the board as to put on a man of general inler cst If this view is correct nn out and out cotton man still is to be named and there have been reports that the president 1ms in mind a Georgian for this purpose It has been supposed in author itative quarters at the capitol that rice would have a representative in the appointment of Arthur P Knnpp of Lake Charles Louisiana TUKN TO PAGES COLUMN 2 nounccment early last Saturday by General Primo de Rivera Spanish TURN TO PAGE 8 COITJMN 2 IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy possibly local thunder showers Saturday night or Sunday Slightly warmer Saturday night except In ex Ircmosouth portions Cooler Sunday in west and central portions LOCAL stAiiSTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a in Saturday Warmest Friday 13 CoolestIn Niglit 51 degrees At 8 A ;