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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CI3T IDAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE HOME EDITION T VAU VW13 COFX ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT PTTV TOW A Q A fTTTTr A V Anpyr fin 1 mAQUJN uiii JUWA bAlUKUAY APRIL 27 1929UNITED PRESS ANDINTERNATIONAL COOPS ARE AGAINST FARM BILL RIVER REACHES CREST LEVEES STILL HOLDING j With No More Rains Pre dieted Residents Rest ing Easier i By GORDON M SESSIONS Associated Press StaK Writer QUINCY 111 April12T Saved for the time being when i the threatened tig rise of the Mis jsissippi failed by several inches to freach its piedicted stage the leveca 170000 acres of nearby Rowlands constituted an insoluable wnystery today They may go out Before night they may go out next iveek and they may not go out at The only thing anyone knew defl only thing also that in spired any sense of the river had apparently Reached the crest of its latest at Jiack The stage increased slowly ere during the night and was ex Vected to stop at about 216 feet rhis morning Above Mondays Record Even that is onetenth of a foot Jbove last Mondays stage which iroke all modern records but it is jlmost a foot below what had been by government observers the basis of heavy rains north of re in Iowa Missouri and Illinois no heavy rains were romised in the forecast for the feckend so there wag no immedi prospect of another rise thing is certain no drainage a around here will be safe un Rebels Consulate in Sonora Will Rogers BOSTON Mass April believe I got a plan for Heflin to get his resolution by denouncing men who throw bottles at sena tors instead oE handing em to em Insert the fol lowing clause If you will pass this bUl of mine I will absolutely and positively abstain from opening my mouth on this or any other subject during WILL ROGERS season3 thls If he tacks that clause any thing else he wants in the body of the bill they will pass they will even agree to sever Massa chusetts from the union The Leviathan has got a scien tific and mechanical problem on their hands They can sell liquor coming west but cant have any on leaving going east So to make money they have to figure out some way where they can always travel west Yours WILL ROGERS Copyright 1939 JUDGE HARDY IS cau the farmersin the bdt Sms count their troubles as over pn If such a drop should occur be tuse they have yet to face the an Rial late spring rise which ordinar begins about the middle of May early in June This is usually the gears big flood period Dikes Withstand Pressure Overnight all dikes in the terri managed to withstand the con knued strain In the Lima Lake I unt section extending from War Ill to about 10 miles north of water was above the crown the levees but was held back by ore than 20000 sandbags Levees were in poor condition in firegoty district of Missouri di across the Mississippi from project and several slips tBif dikes occurred yesterday in j jibius tract opposite Quincy in ols still watched weak spots large Sni district to the f but no immediate danger was r j Residents Moved Out orders from Sheriff ih A Elmore most residents ICjima lake district had moved with their household livestock and many Jin the Hunt Gregory and TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 2 UPS iJWA FORECAST JIy cloudy to cloudy prob jhowers Saturday night Ji east and south portions ty morning Not much In temperature JcAL STATISTICS Jpazette weather figures for i period ending at 8 oclock Jit Friday 55 Degrees in Night 40 Degrees M Saturday 59 Degrees I of Bain Jiroducer of rain the Drake 3oved as effective this year Iowa fair has in the iho there had been only a precipitation up to 8 oclock je GlobeGazettes weather 1 took hfs readings the rain after that to fall And before noon an appre OF 4 CHARGES Los Angeles Jurist Ac quitted of Official Mis conduct CACRAMENTO Cai April 27 UPJ of charges of offi cial misconduct by advising and aid ing Mrs Aimee Semple McPherson Superior Judge Carlos S Hardy to day was free to return to his bench in Los Angeles Whether the last of the McPherson kidnaping story has been heard remained unknown however Judge Hardy was voted innocent of four charges by the state senate in its final sitting as a court of im peachment yesterday The charges which the senate re fused to sustain were that Judge Hardy violated the state constitu tion in accepting a love ift from the evangelist that he illegally acted as her counsel in ad vising her on church affairs and while her kidnapingstory was under investigation that he attempted to prevent Mrs McPherson from being brot to trial foralleged conspiracy and that he attempted to obstruct justice by trying to Intimidate a potential witness against her On none of the counts did a ma jority of the senators vote to con vict A twothirds majority is re quired to return a conviction Assemblymen Walter Little and W M Hornblower two of the five members of the lower house who rosecuted Judge Hardy declared after the verdict that District Attor ney Buron Fitts of Los Angeles OF VICTORY Tired but not exhausted Elinor Smith 17 is shown waving to crowd at Roosevelt field I I after landing having exceeded the worlds record for a solo endurance flight for a woman She was In the air 36 hours 21 minutes and 33 the record of Louise McPhetridgc of Los Angeles by four hours 18 minutes TORNADO AREA PLANS RELIEF in Storm county should reinvestlgate kidnaping hoax the fiount had fallen MAN SUCCUMBS SEATED IN CHAIR Ed Turner 70of Britt Is Victim of Heart Disease BRITT April Turner 70 fell dead at oclock this morn ing while sitting in a chair in the drug store belonging to C W Bota ford here Death heart disease was a result of ATLANTA Ga April 27 South Georgia communities in the path of the series of tornadoes that swept up the Atlantic seaboard Thursday night killing 72 persons injuring more than 200 and making hundreds homeless today bent every effort toward relief of the sufferers AH available relief workers of the state board of health here were sent nto the strickenareas with medi cinal supplies to fight disease while doctors and nurses from other cities lurried to the devastated sections to care for the injured The greatest death toll and the Teatest damage was in the 30mile sector between Statesboro and Met er Ga where some 56 persons lost heir lives in the storms and 100 others were Injured At Cochran Ga four were killed exter reported two dead Norris own two one was killed in the vi inity of Rentz two in Emmanuel ounty and five others lost their ivea in South Carolina after the torm dropped down on Anderson and Hobbyvllle after visiting Georg ia WILLIAM REED GIVEN 8 YEARS Former Hamburg Marshal Is Convicted of Man slaughter SIDNEY April 27 NATIVE IOWAN HEADS SCHOOL gv ccepts tion in Louisville LOUISVILLE Ky April 27 Trustees of the University of Louisville announced today the elec tion of Dr Ronald A Kent dean of sity as president the university sity as president or the univrsily Dr Kent has accepted the posi lion He succeeds the late George olvin who died a year ago Dr John L Patterson chancel or emeritus has been acting presi dent announcement of the trustees said that Dr Kent was not on ap Jlicant for the place but was ap iroached by the board because of lis recognized ability He is 45 fears old a native of Iowa and has been connected with the University of Minnesota and the University of vansas He takes over his new duties July Born nf Plymouth PLYMOUTH April 27 NO RESTRICTION ON RESERVES IS GENEVA DESIRE Germany and Russia in Strong Protest of Arms Vote pENEVA April 27 vl strongGerman and Russian ob jection limitation on trained army reserves was ruled out of the draft treaty on the preparatory disarm ament commission today The action was in line with the announcement of Ambassador Hurh S Gibson American representative debris Yank Unhurt as Bomb Hits U S Building Defeated Armies Reported to Be Heading for U S Border April 27 W The state department was ad vised today that three Mexican gov ernment airplanes attacking rebels holding Ciudad Obregon Sonora dropped a number of bombs on the city Thursday afternoon and one of them crashed thru the roof of the American consulate ami exploded Vice Consul Earl W Eaton re ported to Secretary Stimson today that no one wag injured but that thu explosion covered him with dust and made at yesterdays session that the United States in the interests of making progress toward disarma Another bomb he said fell in the street a few feet from the front oi the consulate and exploded The ment would not insist upon trained doors were smashed reserves figuring in the treaty altho it still believed that they should After clear evidence that a major ity of the countries at the confer ence favored taking no action on re serves President Doudon this after noon ruled that no limitation of them could be envisaged in the treaty Litvlnorr Demanded Vote Maxim Lilvinoff soviet delegate demanded a vote but President Loudon refused this as the question Involved a principle He said that M LItvinoff would have a chance t vote when the text the draf treaty takes written form determinate sentence not to eight years was meted out liam Reed former Hambi stable who was convicted or slaughter charge in connecl the death of Charles Dudl lor Hamburg teamster Fire at Swaledale Damages Pool Hall SWALEDALE April fire supposed to have started from de fective wiring burned the Charles Crabb poolhall The fire was dis covered in the rear of the The Julia Quackpnboss building ad joining IVRS damaged slightly Mr Crabb estimates bis loss at about children which is partially covered by1 Insurance Mr Turner was born in Pontlac Mich and came to Brltt 35 years ago He has made his home here ever since He is survived by his wife three daughters MrsEd Mead and Mrs Fitr Terrill Marshalltown and Mrs Hugh Hanitle of South Dakota and a son Vern whose address 13 un known Des Moines to Have Campaign for Health DKS MOINES April 27 INS I An early diagnosis health campaign will be held here May 1 to 12 health leadem announced following a re cent meeting The drive is to be ed Ronald A Kent who han been hosen president of the University f Louisville was born here July 1 1883 He was graduated from Cornell college Mt Vernon in 1903 eceiving his master of arts degree n 1910 and his doctor of philosophy degree in 1917 from Columbia uni versity For many years Dr Kent was principal of high schools in Minne sota and Kansas later becoming connected with the state universities in those states He has been dean of the college of liberal arts at Northwestern since 1923 Dr Kent Is the author of numer ous books and publications Former Hampton Man Is Dead at Iowa City HAMPTON April has jbeen received of the death of Arthur 44 at the University hospital in Iowa City after a short illness of Brightg disease He was born in Hampton and was graduated from the Hampton high school and from the Jaw college of the State university at Iowa City For the past several years he has been engaged in the automobile busi ness at West He leaves besides bis widow three iklren one sister Mrs James Skinner of Cedar Falls and two brothers Oscar Kngebretson of Ack ley and Edwin Engcbretson of Omaha Italy would win tfiei point that trained reserves shouk not be included when Lord Ciishen dun delegate of Great Britain dis closed that Britai like the United States in the interest of making progress toward disarmament wouk not insist upon the reserves being In the treaty Count Von Bernstorff the Ger man delegate maintained that re serves formed a decisive factor in war and should be limited even in timating that a disarmament draft treaty which did not take into ac count trained reserves as army ef fectives would be unacceptable to Germany Supported German View Soviet Russia the Netherlands and Sweden supported the German viewpoint Gen Tsiang TsoPing the Chi nese delegate then made a plea for adoption of his amendment for the abolition of conscription because it engendered warlike spirit Without taking a decision the conference ad journed to Monday morning ucational and is to warn persons of plains the necessity rf eany diagnosis of tuberculosis and heart WEATHER NEXT WEEK For the uppciMississippi valley niu I he northern and central great No extremes of temperature like ly probably one or two precipitation periods FORMER IOWAN HELD FOR TRIAL Elizabeth Murray Must Ans wer Charge of Illegally Using Mails SAN FRANCISCO April 27 T Murray lecturer and luthor and daughter of a former towa state senator charged in Texas with using the mails with ntent to defraud has been ordered removed to Fort Worth Tex for trial by U S Commissioner Arthur Fisk Specifically charged with using e mails with intent to defraud VIrs Lela May Barnum of Amarillo Tex postal inspectors allege Miss Murray who Is listed ID Whos Who has obtained various sums from prominent women thruout tho country by promotingan allegedly nonexistent womens organization The consulate recently was re opened because of the appeal of Americans in that vicinity for assis tance The city is about 100 miles southeast of Guaymas ani is In the territory thru vhich the rebels now are retreating ahead of the federal advance HEAD FOR U S NOGALES Ariz April 27 Ad judications that the retreat of Mexican rebels In Sonora had turned into a flight toward the in ternational line after the bombing of theirheadquarters at Navaioa caused American army forces to strengthen their border patrols today Three retreatingMexican rebel leaders arrived at the border yes terday On the same train were sev eral Americans who confirmed re ports that the revolutionaries had evacuated Navajoa The rebel chief tains were Gen Ramon F Iturbe and Ricardo Topete and Jlaj R H Polk an American who has been acting as commander of the revo utionary air forces lOscobar Sits Tight Gen J Gonzalo Escooar supreme commander of the insurgents re mained in his Nogales headquarters A report that his chief lieutenant en Fausto Topete brother of Ricardo also has moved to the bor der was denied at headquarters It vas reported that Fausto Topete remained in command of his troops outh of here The Americans of the Navajoa re peat said the rebels had been sub ected to a heavy bombardment rom federal airplanes Arcadio Palacios manager of the 3ank of Mexico at Navajoa who irrived at the border yesterday aid that 118 bombs had been dropped on the town by federal ilanes doing considerable damage Mexican women arriving at Naco Sonora federal border stronghold eported that 30 rebel cavalrymen lad been killed by federal airplane Ombs at a hill camp near Lamor ta Sonora Several others were vounded they said The women cx iblted wounds on their own bodies Report Other Surrenders Gen Lucas Gonzalez federal ommander at Naco announced he ad intercepted wireless reports TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 1 ANTISMITH VICTORY Election of Curry aboveas leaderof Tammany noted New York City demo cratic organization is viewed its a blow at the influence of former Gav Atfrcd E Smith Curry immediately declared for the reelection of Mayor James Walker who is seen as the new dominating force Selection of Carroll Mayor Breaks Deadlock CARROLL April 27 J Johnston former mayor of Carroll again has been selected as head of the municipal jrovcrnrnent thus breaking the deadlock in whirh the city council has been for a month Eighteen University Students Are Honored IOWA CITY April 2T Eighteen university nf Iowa students have been elected In membership in Phi Beta Kappa national scholastic society SCHACHT GOES TO BERLIN FOR FINANCE CONFAB German Delegate Im pressed With Necessity of Some Agreement PARIS April 27 Hjalmar Schacht chief of the German delegations to the second Dawes committee left suddenly for Berlin this afternoon after a conference with Owen D Young American dele gate and chairman of tho commit tee The Inference drawn at headquar ters of the reparations conference was that Dr Schacht had been im pressed with the necessity of mak ing a new effort to meet the alUes half way on their demands in order to prevent a breakup of the confer ence Dr Schacht hastened his depar lure for the meeting of the clircc jtors ofthe Reichbank in Berlin next arge Crowd Attends by a ay or two Wesley Church Play Committee Plans Wells Memorial Day Services WELLS Minn April committee has completed plans forj aYarge Memorial day with the exception of attendance The hall was fillet to goosing the speaker of the day the limit and the play was enterj Contrary to the usual procedure the taining from beginning to end will follow im ORGANIZATIONS DONT WANT TO ASSUME BURDEN Responsibility Should Be With Government to Insure Success WASHINGTON April 26 strong protest amounting to a revolt against the policy of linking stablization corporations to cratlve marketing agencies under the new farm relief bill was madn today by the National Cooperative ilk Producers federation In resolutions adopted by thn loard of directors of tho organiza ion and sent to members of con jress the members associations harply assailed the measure which assed the house yesterday as weU as the senate committee bill as im osing upon cooperative associn lons a burden that they were loath o carry CoOps in Revolt Because of the grave dangers to ooperative marketing associations ivolved in both these bills they leclared we hereby clearly em hatically and completely disasso iate ourselves from all of the pro risions of these bills that require ooperative marketing associations o own control and manage tha tabilization corporation and voice ur hope that no cooperative mar keting association will engage in an experiment involving so great a risk If the congress In its wisdom considers it absolutely necessary and wiso to create a stabilization corporation with the probability so remote of the corporation Tender ing any appreciable service tralpl culture then the government should assume the burden of Storm ing owning controlingand operat ing such stabilization corporation and thereby be responsible for its success or failure The organization based Its protest ipon the contention that since the stabilization corporations under the measures would be set up owned controled1 and managed by coopera ive associations if they failed to ring agriculture to a basis of eco lornic equality with other indus ries the failure would be attributed o the incompetency of the coopera IVC3 Give Their Excuses 1C tho stabilization corporation oca not so function that domestic rices are above world prices then o appreciable relief will be afford d agriculture and again the coop ratlve associations owning and ontroling the stabilization corpora on will receive all the blame the ederation said The general public including nany farmers themselves will herefore conclude that farmers annot manage big lousiness even rith the assistance oC the govern nent WESLEY April Bean own Choir a three act comedy Hcsented at the opera house Fri day night and sponsored by the St DEBENTURE BACKERS DISCUSS RESOLUTION WASHrNGTOiST April 27 Advocates of the export debenture plan of farm relief had high hopes today for increasing their strength In the senate before the Issue comes to a vote next week They planned to center their ef forts during the weekend recess of congress on the amendment offered late yesterday by Senator Norrls TURN TO PAGE 8 COHTMTT 4 beginning Members of the cast included Mil dred Loebig Fidelis Kunz Clarence Haverly Dorothy Hnuptmann Ce celia Eisenbacher Madeline Kunz mediately after the decoration of the graves in the forenoon Tlic parade to tho cemetery will begin promptly at 9 oclock John Frances Scimer Dorothy Haverly fppnintcd officer of the day n T n A A i MIra Studer Teresa Richter Thelma Kleinpeter and William Friinml Two Marshalltown Men Given Terms DES MOINES April 27 71 Georgc Koons and Arthur Collins of j Marshalltown wore given one year i terms in prison when they pleader j guilty lo charges of possessing counterfeit currency Frank Bailey Ottumwa on a federal nnrculic law violation charee received a one W W Kcllcy the one remain ing G A R veteran ashonorary officer of the day All patriotic or ganizations in the village will par ticipate In he march to the ceme tery year term Rock Fulls Pupils Compete ROCK FALLS April C A Carter and the four pupils havingthe highest standings in the intelligence lest questions hyj the state went to Friday to compete in tlie slate contest The pupils whn went were MRry Jane Blicm Fay Calvert Gcrnldine Kd yar ami Tommy rerrcU AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I wanted the hai but I dont buy nothin from a softsoapin little puton that calls mo Dearie   

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