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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iotwas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME DAILY TIMES AND MASON CECIi VOL XXXVFIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21929UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 282 m CELEBRATE AT FAIR Zeppelin Far Out on Atlantic Speeds Toward Germany 1 TAIL WINDS AID GIANT AIRLINER ON FIFTH TRIP Dirigible Carrying 22 Passengers on Home ward Flight T AKEHTJRST N J Sept Aided by favorable winds the Graf Zeppelin was flying far out over the Atlantic today on her fifth crossing between the United States and GermanyShe was bound for her own hangar at Friederichshafen Germany after touring the world Carrying 22 passengers the air ship was flying more speedily than on her first transAtlantic flight to Lakehurst less than a year ago Radio advices indicating she was making about 80 miles an hour vir tuallyfull fo her five motors atrerTthened KthSJjprobablllty before Jlowervher round thio worldrecord of 21 fafdzys 7hours and 26 minutes 1 Best Time 55 Hours The Graf Zeppelinsbest time be tween Friederichshaferi arid Lake hurst has been 55 hours 24 min i utes Such a rate of speed on the present trip would have the dirigible f home tomorrow afternoon and the Friederichshafen Friederichshafen time would be less than the Lake hurstLakehurst time Avoiding possible storm centers over the north Atlantic the ship I followed a southerly course toward the Azores Naval authorities eatl l i mated she was traveling about 200 ji miles south of her previous eastern route i Dr James H Kimball weather bureau meteorologist predicted fav orable winds over most of the Zep L pelins course I Lehmann in Command The Graf was flying homeward j i under command of Captain Ernst i Lehmann Dr Hugo Eckener who piloted the Zeppelin around the world and on her previous trans Atlantic voyages saw the dirigible off then took a train for Cleveland to attend the national air races From there he is to go to Akron Ohio to inspect the two new dirig ibles being constructed for the navy before sailing for Germany on Sat urday Along with 22 passengers th Zeppelin was carrying a patched bul let hole of mysterious origin in on her fuel cells Before departing members of the crew expressed th opinion it was made while the dlrig Ible was flying over Texas enrout tfrom Los Angeles to Lakehurst refused however to divulg the basis for this belief or the theory that it was caused by a bullet Offi cers of the ship said tho slight dam Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Sept Today Is Labor day I suppose set by act of every thing we do nowadays is either by or against acts of congress How congress knew anything about Labor is beyond us but anyhow today is Labor day Its a day in the big cities when men march all day and work hard er than they have In any other of the WILL ROGERS 365 Even the ones that aint working labor on Labor day There is two things that tickle the fancy of our citizens one is let him act on a committee and the other is promise to let him walk in a parade What America get more mileage out of our parades Yours V V WILL ROGBHS TURN TO PAGE 6 COttHHN 8 hi PC AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Pas a good man but when hes leadin in family piayer he dont sound very convincin unless his lum bago is bolhcrin him BUT ONE MAJOR SELECTION YET BEFORE HOOVER Reorganization of Ad ministration Virtually Completed By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON Sept 2 cept for the selection of an as sistant attorney general to succeed Mrs Mabel Walker Willebrandt as chief prohibition enforcement offi cer President Hoover has completed the reorganization of the adminis tration of which he became the head six months ago He still has a number of judicial appointments as well as some oth ers to make however In addition two judges must be selected for the court of claims District attorneys still to be ap pointed include those for the south ern district of Florida the northern district of Mississippi and the east ern and western districts of Penn sylvania These will complete the reorganization of the district attor neys forceof the country as a re sult of a survey determined upon by the chief executive and Attorney General Mitchell early in the admla OSAGE MAN TO BE HELD FOR MANSLAUGHTER Charges Are Made Fol lowing Death of Stacy ville Farmer OSAGE Sept with manslaughter by the coroners jury which investigated the death of John Winer Stacyville farmer who broke his neck in an auto accident Thursday Jules Deponchelee of near Osage is being held here for ar raignment The coroners jury found that Winer was intoxicated when the fatal accident happened and Is charging Deponchelee with selling liquor to him shortly before hts death Winer was killed Instantly when nlacar catapaulatedfrom the high way while traveling at high speed south of Stacyville on Thursday night Deponchelee was arrested Friday afternoon on a charge of transpor ting liquor and was bound over to the grand jury from the justice court here with bonds fixed at 51500 On Saturday he was again broth before the court on a man slaughter charge preferitd by the coroners jury This time he asked for a change of venue to St Ans gar to the court of Justice Cherney Members of the coroners jury who are preferring charges against Deponcelee are Joseph Wolf H H Stehn and Charles Gerbig County Attorney F C Bush Sheriff Arthur Hungerford and Coroner F R Shel ledy were also present when the charges made istration All Go to Senate With these selections there will be a sizeable batch of appointments to be acted upon by the senate in cluding 117 submitted at the first part of the special session of con gress but which were not acted upon All of these nominations must be sent In again President Hoover probably will defer the wishes of republican sen ate leaders that ony the most urgent nominations be submitted before the regular session in December so that there will be a minimum of inter ference with the consideration of the tariff bill Nominations of the eight mem bers of the federal farm board un questionably will be transmitted to the senate soon after the resumption of the special session this week as members of the hoard must serve without compensation until their nominations have been confirmed Just before the special session ends the president also is expected to submit the name of Senator Wal ter E Edge of New Jersey to be ambassador to France Confirmation of thii nomination is exoected in open executive session as this Is cus TUBN 1O PAGE 5 COLUMN 3 NASKUANS HAVE MANY ACCIDENTS No Serious Injuries Result From WeekEnd Toll of Wrecks NASHUA Sept weekend toll of motor accidents here amount ed to three nono of which resulted in serious Injuries to the principals Earl Summerson and Arbert Bork of Nashua collided with another car near Osage Sunday evening when their Ford touring car skidded in soma sand Both boys were severely bruised and skinned up but other wise were unhurt The occupants of the other car also were bruised Carroll Davidson 14 was acci dentally struck down in the street here Saturday evening following the band concert by a car driven by JoTin Keipple Aside from some cuts on his face and a few bruises he is believed to be uninjured The third accident of the week end happened on highway 218 south of here when a large stone was picked up by the tires of a passing car and was thrown thru the wind shield of an unknown woman tour ist Altho her face was cut by the flying glass she drove on hoping to reach her home in Hibblng Russian U SBound Plane on Another Hop MOSCOW 2 Rus sian military airplane Land of the Soviets flying from Moscow to New York by way of north Siberia and the Pacific today reached Blagovestchensk one of the princi pal cities on the Amur river in eastern Siberia The palne left Chita yesterday Bagovetchensk Is on the Manchurian frontier and has been the scene of incidents during the re cent RussoChinese trouble The next leg of the journey will take the plane north toward Kamchatka previous to the hop across the Pa cific to the American coast Another Big Industrialist Off on a Big Game Hunt GANGSTER SHOT IN RESTAURANT Chicago Racketeers Body Found Bearing Three Bullet Holes CHICAGO Sept 2 Tho C and O cafe a dim lit cabaret at 509 North Clark street became a gunmens shooting alley early to day Henry Connors 40 who went into the place pistol in hand and looking for trouble found it Connors body with three bullet wounds was found in a passage way connecting the cabaret with the kitchen bar A dozen men and wom en patrons of the place which in other days was a favorite hangout of Dion OBanlon were arrested for questioning secretive from I Moslem Official Warns London Palestine Acts Grand Mufti Says Jews Can not Make Their Home in His Country JERUSALEM Sept 2 Warning that Palestine anS Arabia cannot regain peace and trauqull Ity until Great Britain abandons ita policy of making Palestine a na tional home for Jews was given to day by Amire El Hussein grand mufti of Jerusalem and president of the Moslem supreme council This is a serious national revo lution the reverberations of which them Two bullets struck Connors In the head and a third penetrated his stomach Police said it was appar ent that Connors a racketeer and minor politician entered the pJacve shooting He probably intended to shoot his way past someone stand Ing in the doorway separating tho cigar store in front from the cab aret at the rear The cabaret has long been known as a rendenzvous of gangsters and bad men John Connors owner of the place said he was not present when the shooting took pace He said he had known the dead man who was not related for many years and that Henry Connors had served 14 years in various penitentiaries The widow of the slain man said she did not know what her hus bands business was They asked her if she knew of any motive for the slaying and she ony shrugged her shoulders Kven Jules Verne never thot of 20000 leagues over the tlnn Science Monitor of Moslem Arabia the grand mufti told C J Ketchum Jerusalem cor respondent of the London Express in an interview We are faced at this moment with a grave national rebellion in which we have the sympathy and If need be the support not only of Moslem Arabs of Syria Egypt and north Africa but of the whole of Arabia with its 60000000 people There will be peace fn the imme diate future as far as we can pre serve it We will not oppose Brit ish bayonets but what Great Britain must understand is that the grave events you have witnessed here have little really to do with the wailing wall They go back much further They go back indeed to the Balfour declaration that which advanced the Palestine national home Idea of 1017 You may suppress the present disorders and restore tranquillty for the moment by force of British arms but the ultimate peace of Palestine and Arabia will never be made while Great Britain continues the policy of the Balfour declaration The whoe Arabia i3 WOULD LOWER RECORD MARK Maj John Wood Seeking to Break Time of Brown to Cleveland METROPOLITAN AIRPORT Los Angeles Sept 2 IP Major John Wood took off in his Lockheed Vega monoplane at 1 a m today in the hops of making a nou stop flight to Cleveland In less than 13 hours 18 minutes the mark set by Lieut Henry Brown yesterday Woods plane toolt the air with ease and immediately headed into tha east It carried 485 gallons of gasoline Russell Ward a mechanic accompanied Wood This was Major Woods ceconrl attempt to reach Cleveland as a competitor in the non stop race The first try last Saturday ended at Willard N Mex when Wood and Ward were forced down by a clogged fuel line Major Wood was the last of the entrants In the race for prize money to take the air Col onel Art Goebel Pacific flyer an nounced his withdrawal last night because his plane which he brot here from Wichita Kans late Sat urday was announced to be In no condition for the test Lieutenant Brown Cleveland air mail pilot left early yesterday In the face of ad verse weather reports bettering hy 33 minutes 18 seconds Lee Schoen halrs mark set almost a week ago Captain Turner who arrived Satur day 96 minutes behind Schoenhalrs time was disqualified for failure Lo land between the specified hours of Dead and 6 Injured in iowa Wrecks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IVE persona are dead and at least 16 were Injured In auto accidents Iowa Saturday and Sunday The dead are Mrs Anna Schmltz Henry 111 nd Marjory 6 ajid Rosemarie ass 2 of Savanna 111 killed at Clinton Mrs Mary MacDonald 72 Sioux City struck by an auto at SIOUTC ity William E Mandicott Albert City tilled at Laurens The Clinton victims wera riding n an auto driven by William Hass ather of the dead children when it rashed Into a Chicago bound pas senger bus Hass his wife and an other daughter June 4 were all seriously Injured Struck by Auto Mrs MacDonald was nan dawn by an auto driven by RB CourtrAght Sioux City Saturday night Mandicott la said to havefailed to stop at ah Intersection leading on to a thru highway his car crashing into one driven by William J Ma rleth Rockford HI Marieth and two sisters Frances Chase 13 of Platteville Wis and Clara Chase 24 Wauwatoaa Wls wera all Injured Two auto crashes at Ames caused njuries to six persons one of whom may die Richard Lowman 8 sou of Mr and Mrs Ed Cowman Kellcy suffered a gash In his Juglar vein slng a dangerous loss of blood Mabel Tyler 16 Kelley suffered possible Internal injuries and Low nan was cut and bruised when their car collided with one driven by Archie Sills of Ames Harold Clapp 31 who was with Sills suffered a Drokeu arm The second Amea crash knocked unconscious Albla Doyle 18 Stick ney 111 He was still unconscious late last night He was riding with Rudolph Pavlis 21 when loose gravel caused their car to overturn Thrown From Wagon At Ottumwa F H Ebler 81 who lives near Albia was in a critical condition from injuries received when he was thrown from his wag on when it was struck by an auto FREE OUTSIDE GATES ATTRACT LARGER CROWDS Performers Here for Opening of Big Program mobile Lawrence Gardner 18 and his brother Lewis 20 of Sioux Rapids were seriously Injured at that city when their car crashed into one driven by Rusaell Spelss of Webb Two others received slight In juries when they were struck by an aiito at Mason City They were William Erlckson of Cameron and Tobias Peterson A Cedar Rapidg woman Mrs Roy Abbott was seriously Injured near Kerrville Tenn when their auto collided with another Mr and Mrs Aden Ktrby of West Frankford 111 and their child were also injured AUTOS KILL MANY 1 and 6 p m Major Wood is president of the Northern Airways His home Is in Wausau Wis The 32 years old pilot has been flying since the war His plane is a cabin model with a 225 horsepower hornet pow er vinit which has a Lop of 190 miles an hour FAIR PROGRAM MONDAY EVENING p concert Mason City municipal band p acts Sor Ula Trio Argyle Sisters Dona hue and LaSalle Palllngers Bears Winter Garden Revue and fireworks TUESDAY Sept 3 p concert Mason City municipal band p races purse with added money purse with added money puraa with added money Vaudevilles acts iSorlUB Trio Argyla SistersDonahue anc ljaSalla and PaulngerBjSe p Masto City municipal band SOO p acts Sor illa Trio Argylo Sisters Dona hue and LaSalle Pallmgcrs Bears Winter Garden Revue and fireworks VISBILY pleased with tho Institu tions new policy of free outsldo thousands poured Into the rounds of the North Iowa fair Monday combining their celebra tion of Labor day with the opening of a five day program of education al and amusement events that romlsed to exceed any yet put orth In tho 23 years of the associa lons existence Except for final nights of the fair he last two yeara this la the first lma in the history of the organlza Ion that the gate admission has jeen free Parking their automobiles on the grounds designated for that mrpose on the north side of the race track farmers and townspeo ile gathered to enjoy the holiday Band on Program The afternoon program was scheduled to start at oclock with a concert by the Mason City municipal band under the direction of C H Weaver A harness race program and vaudeville oC excep tional character promised a most delightful afternoon Three entirely separata acts all different and of the sensational vn TO PAGE 15 COLTTRIN 0 Wea CHICAGO Sept 2 deaths due to automobile accident on crowded highways yesterday caused officials thruout the middle west to take precautions today to keep traffic safe for motorists re turning to cities from the Labor day weekend Altho thousands took to the beaches and lakes only Lee Hodg son of Springfield 111 was drowned He was fishingIn a lake near Beardstown 111 Three Members of Family Die In one of the automobile accidents three members of one family were killed and three others seriously hurt when their car collided with an OmahatoChicago motor bus near Clinton Iowa Those killed were Marjory Hass fi Rosemarie Hass 2 of Savanna II and thoir grandmother Mrg Anna Schmitz of Nery HI The accident occurred when Hass turned out to pass an other automobile and tho bus ap proached the opposite direc tion T Taylor Jr 21 of Pnntlnc Mtch was killed when a broken TURN TO PACK 5 COLUMN 1 IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy and somewhat unsettled Monday night and Tuesday somewhat cooler Tuesday In west and north por tions LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for 24 hour per iod ending at 8 oclock Mondoy morning Warmest Sunday OS Coolest in Night fi2 More favorable weather for opening of a fair than dawned on North Iowa Monday would be hard to imagine The night bad been com fortably cool but the mercury was doing a fairly rapid ascent Monday forenoon By noon the temperature had reached 90 Its a happy aiigiiry when the weather man smiles on tha opening of a fair ;