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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 25, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                a TH to WAS DAILY NEWSPAPER HOME AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITIOH DAILY TIMES MASOti CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 25 1928 FIVE CENTS PER PHESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 197 jVV KA Di LD CONFEREES AGREE ON TAX REDUCTION FIGURE Middle WesteriTG PI MIGUK FIGHTSF CRIME DIDNT PAY HIM feSUSTER ONI i CLOUGH IS ONE OF COMMITTEE 14 States in Move for 1 Nomination of For mer Governor fYES MOINES May I V D hundred republicans from mlddle j western states have been organized as Vi U a lobby to work for the nomination tfi rt of Frank O Lowden or other candi W ac dates favorable to farm relief legisla Itioti at the Kansas City convention iM J Tobin Vinton announced today 141 1 Fourteen states will send commit of 20 or more to Kansas Cits ifliinext month Mr Tobin said He dc j thoilared that the presidents veto of the McNaryHaugen bill had caused a fc eaoubling of efforts to prevent the 1 domination of Herbert Hoover Mr Tobin will head the Iowa com as well as the unified organl tatlon at Kansas City other lowans listed for membership failnclude H O Weaver Wapello Con tlcBreasman T Dickinson Algona Henry A Wallace Des Moines E L Hogue D Decker French Thomas A Way Das LhMomes Howard Tedtord Mt Ayr lasfames Stedman Eagle Grove Ed 1iaVhite Harlan RT dough Mason mtlty George Call Sioux City H A Grundy Center Don M lonnan Independence Harvey Ing i Dr M C Macken C A Benson Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS May 24 golly you got to give Calvin credit for consistency He told em a year ago that he thot this farm bill was wrong They took It back and took out the word hog and replaced it with pork but he still wouldnt fall for It Politicians couldnt understand any man vetoing a bill with an election coming on I have always claimed that the farmer will get no relief by legislation for there is more people eating than there is raising So the farmer is in a minority bcCoie he starts His relief should coma thru taxes When a farm dont pay it shouldnt be taxed I am not worrying about Andy Payne winning the race but I am worried he will win anything else Tours WILL ROGERS Copsright 1928 PLANES AUTOS TRACE BANDITS INTO OKLAHOMA Huge Dragnet Spreac State to Iiap few are jner a delegation the official ITALIA FIGHTS WINDS ON WAY BACK TO BASE i Ground Crew at Kings Bay Awaits Delayed Return of Nobile KINGS BAY Spitsbergen May p dirigible Italia at this afternoon was believed to bo 100 miles north of Moffiii Islnml SpKzbergen but because of thick fog ami n strong southwest wind was able to make but little speed KINGS BAY Spitzbergen May strong southeast wind was lowing at Kings Bay this morning nd watchers awaiting the return o hedirigible Haifa from her success ul flight to the North Pole expecte hat there would be Borne difficulty i making a landing Latest advices from the Italia sal hat the airship has been making hn speed rjainst a strong southeast win which has been making her return t Spitsbergen difficult and siowe than her 18Vi hour flight to the pol The dirigible was expected abou noon but at R m had not y put in an appearance 33 hours fro the time that she started from tl pole Yesterday the ship had to work her three motors at full speed In or der to force her way along thru the vlnd TWO ARE HELD IN ARSON PLOT Albert Lea Men Accused of Setting Fire to Hotel Wilson ALBERT LEA May George H Allia and Henry E Brand are out on bonds on a charge of aettlng fire to Hotel Wilson on May 1 Suspicion shortly after the firs brot 8 about the arrest of the men They will await trial until September X term ot court i I Bremen Crew Back in New York for Brief Res NEW YOniv May members of the crew of the trans Atlantic airplane Bremen came bac here today to rest aCter their tr umphal tour before returning b steamship to Europe on Tune 9 Tb three Baron Von HuencCeld Ma Tames Fitzmaurice and Capt Herma Koehl had been feted In a dozen cltie of the United States and Canada T May Lt thru tho rough Arroyo cot itry into Oklahoma a large posse today trailed the four robbers who killed the presi dent and cashier of the First Nations nk here kidnaped a teller nnd es ped with In money and secur es Wednesday On horses and motorcycles and In rplanes and automobiles the posse ade up sheriffs forces state po ce national guardsmen and the citi ns of a half dozen Colorado towns rmec a huge dragnet across south Colorado a strip of Kansas and orthern Oklahoma Belief that the bandits have headed or Oklahoma was heightened by a r ort from Dighton of the rtls ppearance of Dr William Winclger Cter he had been called to attend an njured man A roughly dressed man ppcarcd at the doctors home late Vcdncsday night and asked him to reat a man injured In a tractor acci The doctor left with the man last night had not returned If is known that one ot the ban OSIER ON 5HUALS CLOSED AFTER 24HOURS Senate Adopts Confer ence Report McKellar Is Forced to Quit Washington May Breaking a filibuster which had lasted more than 24 hours and exhausting those who hud carried it on tho senate toilny adopted tho conference report on the muscle Slioals government operation bill The collnpse of the filibuster came after Senator JIcKellar Tennessee fighting against pro ject in the Mil for a dam at Cove croeh in his home state had ex hausted his physical endurance after hours of speaking Ho frankly told his colleagues that ho could go no further when hn was turned down on two points of order lie had mnilo against the hill but he added that ho was cer tain President Coolidge would veto It After tho sennlo liad agreed m tho bill the houso took it up today ami under the clncklike machinery of that branch of congress it went thrn In quick order to be sent to the white house Tile vote was 211 to 116 222 MILLION IS FINAL AMOUNT TO GETTO VOTE Corporations to Benefit Most From Changes in Income Rates GARS IN ESCAPE Six Boys Escape From El dora Descriptions Given Six boys escaped from the boys In dustrlal school at Bldora Thursday evening made their way to Hampton in a Nash sedan stolen at Eldora where they left the machine and stole a Chevrolet coach In its place accord ing to reports at the police station The number of the Chevrolet taken Is 304357 The following names and descrip ions of the boys were given Jake Lieut William It Sweelcy set a new dnwntodush flight record for service planes when lie piloted liis Falcon A3 ship tor miles from Rochester N to Halves ton in 13 hours mid 25 min i Lsst picture In civilian clothes ot William OJwrst lelt 11 year olfl Kansas farm boy accompanied by guard sentenced to lite Imprisonment lor liming Ills parents and five brothers an ft sisters a rifle and setting lire to the House in which he liad piled their bodies Authorities have pointed to his case as evidence of thefutility of crime and the cer talnty of ultimate punishment It doesnt pay they lannum Inches Tits was wounded by the fusilade o shots fired by A If Parrlsh president of the bank and John Parrlsh his son cashier who were killed by the rob hers Anxiety also was ex essed concern ing the fate of B A Kesslnger one o two tellers the robbers forced to ac company them as a shield when the left the bank One ot the tellers wa released shortly before the fugitive staged a running gun battle with sheriffs pose and escaped when the officers car was disabled by bullets 16 years old height 6 feet fair complexion blue eyes brown hair Carl Manly 15 years old leight 5 feet brown eyes and hall Charles Norris IB years old height feet one inch light complexion blue eyes Thomas Cassno 15 year old height 6 feet one inch weight 110 pounds blue eyes fair com plesion brown hair Roy Brown age 15 years height 5 feet weight 125 pounds fair complexion brown eye hair and Cass Smith age IT weight 130 pounds 5 feet 5 Inche blue eyes and fair complexion he GlobeGazette ffers Its Readers a ew Map of Europe Mont Blanc Is not the highest ealc In Europe There are seven ilgher mountains on that con nent Nor is tlio Danube the longest Iver in Europe Nor the Rhine Lemberg was fought over by Russiaand Austria but it is not now In either country Nor Is it aUed Lemberg The geography of Europe as most of us learned It in school has jeen changed enormously by war nd by newer surveys and better map making Hence every home office and school will want the NEW MAP OF EUROPE showing old and flew boundaries old and new spell Ings latest data on areas popula tions debts cities rivers moun tains autos railroads etc Use the coupon Frederic 3 Hasliin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Informalton Bureau Washington D C I enclone herewith 10 cents In coin or stnnips for a cnpy of the nciv MAP OF EUKOPE Street City LAWLER YOUTHS DROWN IN CREEK Bodies of Two Brothers Found After Dragging Stream LAWLER May lo cal boys Lyle and Gerald Marvetz 16 and 10 years old were drowned In Crane creek near here Thursday eve nlng The tragedy was not witnessed bul it was thot that one of them got cramps and the other lost his life In a futile attempt at rescue An older brother from Waterloo went to the creek to visit the boys bu found only their clothes Help was obtained from Lawler anc after two hours of nlvlns the body o Lyle Marvetz was found in 10 feet 0 water The younger brother was found an hour nnd a half later when the creel was dragged with a hay rake trinnell Edilor Dies GRINNELL May W Knapp 31 mannglng editor of tl Grinneli Register died todny after a illness of several months He hnd beer with the newspaper more than 1 years CEDAR RAPIDS TO BE ON AIRLINE lew YorkChicago Airmail to Be Extended Across Iowa to Omaha WASHINGTON May he postoffice department announced oday that the New York to Chicago vernight airmail route would be ex ended to Include Cedar Hapds and Des Moines and Omalia and Lin oln Nebr NO Change at Iowa City IOWA CITY May 25 AP Iowa City will continue as tho eastern stop n the transcontinental airmail line according to word received here todaj rom assistant Postmaster General Glover A movement had been under way to transfer ths airmail field to Cedar Rapids Mr Glover said that other arrange ments would be considered to take care of Cedar Rapids demand for air mail service Plans are now under way for the enlargement and expansion of tho LEWIS DEFENSE TKOTNEAREND Counsel Objects to Stiff Questioning of Defend ants Brother OTTUMWA May ns of the defense case In tho first de gree murder trial ot 3Everett Lewis for the slaying of John F Webber Ottumwa banker was believed at hand as ninth day ot testlmonj opened In district court hero today However tho windup ot the trial begun 12 clays ago Is not expected until early next week as the stat has about two score rebuttal witness es lined up nnd It Is thot probable the defense will offer further evidence In surrebuttal During heated arguments between tate and defense attorneys over harp cross examination of Ben Lew i brother of the confessed slayer Robert JShaw cocounsel for de onse Attorney L L Duke to have an WASHINGTON May senate after a session that last thru tha night tin ally was able to r sumo discussion ot the conference porton when a quorum was obtained at this morning With enough senators present to do business McKellar democrat Tenn essee jumped into the verbal fray again to resume the filibuster he Is directing against the conference re port because it Includes a provision to authorize for beginning the Cove Creek dam project In his home state Shortly after 7 oclock four sleepy eyed senators joined their weary col leagues who had remained In the sen ate all night and Senator Dale Ver mont who was presiding rapped with is gavel for resumption ot business The four were Kobinsbn of Arlian as Stephens of Mississippi Bayard of Delaware democrats and Cutting of New Mexico republican would appear now and then it the command ot the sergeantat irms who had been on the telephone HOOVER TO GET SUPPORT OF 13 HOUSEMEMBERS IOWA FORECAST Fair Friilny nifilt and Saturday slichdy cooler Friday night in south central and extreme south east portions rising temperatures Saturday In east central portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 4 hour period ending at oclock m Friday Highest Degrees Jowest In Night Degrees At A PM Degrees Thursday was the warmest day ex icrienced by North Iowa thus far in 928 For the first time the mercurs n tho GlobeGazettes government maximum thermometer touched 30 degree mark The highest tempera ture previous to this was 85 degree recorded on tho afternoon ot May 9 Whllo the day wns the warmest yet Thursday night hns been surpasfct several times from the standpoint c warmth A northwest wind was o duty Friday morning and the nsccn of tho mercury was not as rapid as otherwise might have been local field which has been a stop on the transcontinental airmail since Us inauguration in 1922 DCS Moines Omaha and Lincoln for several years have sought the exten sion Cedar Rapids has mafle efforts to get a place on the New York to San Francisco transcontinental route which traverses Iowa by night in place of Iowa City Under the new ar rangements Cedar Rapids goes on the extension but not on the San Fran Cisco line while Iowa City retains its place on that route The extension Is effective July 10 ill night trying to round up enough members so that business could go on Tn Session 18 Hours At B oclock this morning the sen atehad in continuous session for 18 hours having convened at 11 oclock yesterday morning Blcase regained the floor to contlnu at 2 a m and spoko until a quorun call the sending out o he sergeantntaims to round up sleep ng senators from their homes at jrcak The several hours i revious to th iction had been occupied by Blcab with a discussion of the Civil war nn reconstruction periods He read lengthy article defending the sece sionist movement which said that Pennsylvania Delegates Expected to Vote for Secretary WASHINGTON May bert Hoovers candidacy for the republican presidential nomination to day had the solid support of 114 re publican members of the house in udlng 21 of the congressional delcsis on from Pennsylvania whoso 7il un strucled delegates to Kansas City expected to play a powerful linnd selecting a nominee at the June li nvention The entire group of 134 reprcsenta ves gathered at tha Willard hotel st nlslit at a final preconventlon cetinff nnd pledged their whole carted support to the commerce sec etaiy Hoover Thanks Group Californian Hangs in Des Moines City Jail DES MOINES May Vithln 30 minutes after he had been odged in the Des Moinas city jail for nventigatlon a man giving the name ot John W Price 26 Long Beach took his life by hanging today Price told police his parents live at Ranger Tex Before thn arrest Patrolman Fred Thiel stopped Prices cnr inthe down own district and wrested a gun from him to the Supreme court in event conviction in view of the scorchlns cross examination of Bsn Under RearchljR crossexamination by n E state counsel Ben j yesterday denied from the stand that he had arranged with De fense Altoney L L Due to have nn insanity defenseput up for his broth He also denied that Duko had fab ricated the Insanity defense but ad mitted ho had made statements that If were found guilty It would he easier on the Lewis family than if the defendant were found not gull ty hy reason oC Insanity and commit ted to an asylum TURN TO PACK 5 COLXMN 5 Coolidge Opens Iowa Aeronautics Day Events May President Coolldcc pressed an electric button in the whlto house todny Hint firert a field Run on the lying field Des Moines ns the opening ol the program tor Iowa Aeronautic Polk County Sheriff Relates Details of Rising Sun Slaying DES May Sheriff Park Findlpy of Polk count continued bis testimony designed t establish legal points to connec Dewey Doss alias White with th murder of Mrs Martha Smilh nge farm wife ot Sin for which li on trial Findloy the princlpnl witness ye recounted his Investigation the slaying which occurred March iilcnllfiml the lo calibre bullet ni shell found in ashes of the part burned Smith home Hie day nttcr tl killing told of finding a nrmycoal anil pistol holster tl Smith home which later were tvac jto Gehrigs Homer Help anks to Take Initia Game From Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA May le Yankees defeated the Athletics to 2 here toilay in the first game ot eir soconil successive double header ennoclc oulpitchcd Khmke and lohn on who followed him IjOii Oelulg t his eight home run ot the season Ilh two out and two on In the sixth hmko was in the box New York 10 DOS 7 1 Philadelphia W 7 1 Peiinuilc ami Grabowskl Klimke ToluiBon and Kacb team got seven hits fairly veil scattered but Gehrigs homer pro liled too great n margin for the Ath etlcs to overcome The game was wlt essed by another rapacity crowd of bout Mr Hoover attended and Rpoke riefly thanking the bamiiicUug group or their offers to assist in his drive or the nomination Secretary Worl Iso made a speech as did 12 of tho eprescntatives Hoover managers attach great sis lificance to the attendance of 18 mem icrs of the Pennsylvania bouse group llnfSH nnd oilier ciiKagemrntH pro vented tlve others from being pres cut The secretarys backers pointed on that this was the first attendance ot tho Keystone state members Jit the regular monthly meetings of the Hoover supporters in that body and reasoned that Secretary Motions re cent declaration Hint the secretary ap proached nearest the republican ideal for tlm presidency bad something to do with It Predicts HnovCr Xominalion Representative Milton W Shreve RiIe spnlie for the group predicting Hoovers nomina tion and election Following Mr ITonvors brief nd dross at the dinner which was pre sided over by Tnmcs W Good chair WASHINGTON May MrNnry republican OrcKon latetoday called for vote on ho vetoed McNnryHau gen farm bill WASHINGTON May Rcnate today nfirced to elim inate from the tax reduction bill the provision opening income tax re urns to public inspection WASHINGTON May tax cut of with 0gest slice going to corporations awaiting final action by congress oday after a compromise reached In conference Patching up their differences after wo days steady confinement over he senate bill nnd ths louse measure the con erees late yesterday put the revenue curtailing legislation in shape for B quick vote by the house Then senate will act and tho bill rde ready for Pr sldent Coolidge Altho well beyond the limitation set by President Coolldgl and Secretary Mellon the measure It so far under tho reduction voted b7 tho bouse that executive aiproval ii regarded as almost certain One provision which tha conferee could not agree upon was the senate proposal opening Income tax return to pubUo inspection Senator ott lirt erence1 was fefiueated to acek anothei ote on this proposition In the senate vhich adopted it 27 to 19 Corporations Get Big Cut inlnff their first cut In taxes IB ho last three revenue bills Ions under the present compromis giccment would benefit to tho ex cut of by virtue of tin eduction in the corporation levy frorr per C it to 12 per cent and an In reaso from to in theli xpmptions The only relief afforded individual nxViSOs is an increase from in the amount of Income on vhich tho 25 credit for earned In ome may be taken Tin senate pro for downward revision of surtax rates applying on Individual In comes over was lost in the con crence Another provision calls for repeal of the 3 per cent automobile tax This Uono accounts for the total reduction Altho vigorously op posed by the administration this pro poant WHS not In dispute In conference because both houses had voted for re peal Admission Excmplitms Boosted man of the Honverforprcsldent com mittee the representatives over their plans for Kansas City conclave Many ot them will there talked attending the be delegates An increase from 7n cents to In tho exemption allowed under the 10 per cent admissions tax and a raisn from to In the annual dues to be exempted from the 10 tier cnt cluh dues MX also are provided ns well TI of the cereal beverage levy and eduction ot tho wine tax to the pre ar level No change however was voted In Hie Inheritance tax repeal ot which lias long been sought by Secretary Mellon nnd which the senate voted two yearsngo lo throw out and la tho present slamp taxes applying cnpital stock transfers and future sales of produce An Increase of from 10 to 2T per cenl in tlio tax on prize figure admission over Included in tbo bill as li the scnnle amendment restoring in modified form the present law allowing affiliated corporations to file consoll dnt 1 returns AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Its Fiflcen for Ralie ADKLPlllA May Bnlie Uuth slammed out his fifteenth lomo run ot the senson in the firHl of the second gamo of a double leader between tho Yankees and iho Uhlctios here today The blow set thr stage for the Ynnks to tnko a S0 lca i Din iiflcr having won the firs gumo 12 that a coif machine been invented overylhln a golf player do but wheiB 1 Its vocahiilarly from in n myster to riiiladelplila BROADY NAMED VICE MODERATOR Alabama Pastor Named to High Office in Presby terian Church May Rev Joseph M Broady Birmingham has been selected ns vicemodrM toror the Presbyterian church In the L A by Dr Hugh K Walker Los Koles newly eleclrrt moderator Or Walkers foimal announcement of the appointment of Mr JSroady was really for presentation to the gcnpi assembly of church here alortK with designation ot the s commit lee Pas new shoes dont fit hut I wasnt Eoin to let him try em on at the store an me knowin he had on sock I aint had time to   

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