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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowas DAILY PAPER the Home AND MASON VTOL XJKXVFIVE CENTS PER COPY H O M E EDITION ASSOCIATED PKESSU1ASED WIRE REPORT JtASON CITY IOWA PURDUE IS COACH OF12 Ijauer Promises to Find rQtitIf Any Received Payments fGWAj CITY June o inves1 ltigation into the recorddi l2athj lts named in press dispatches as i under suspicion as being paid to atj teid theUniversity of Iowa will be madeiatonce E H Lauer director athletics said today on nig return ffomithe meetlng of the subcorn1 tnittee the Big Ten Conference in Chicago yesterday i Specific charges were not made against the athletes Lauer said but Iqwa jwili if they are being used on Hawkeye athletic teams against Uie rules of the cpn I lowawil continue its efforts to gain reinstatement into the Big Ten i Laucrsaidiadding thatno thing thecharges againBt ths school at meetihgi No accusatipns weremadp against Bresnahan newly named of intercollegiate athletics i nor was the of the track coach denjanded by the Big Tent subcommittee which refused Iowas plea immediate reinstatement BEVERLY HILLS Cal Juns 5 If you have missed anybody around their old haunts in the j and have idea where are they right here in Beverly Hills trying to get into the talk ies and the ones that were in i em are try ing to learn to talk I havent had a chance to s ay a word 1 home for poo WILL show me they talk inthe old days everybody was practicing to make signs now they are practicing noises And writers why the city makes you come to a dead stop every cross ing with your car to keep you from running over a song writ er working a theme song Tours WILL ROGERS ebenture Is Thrown Out of Farm Bill Revised Measure Must Be Acted on Again by Both Senate and House Leaders Expect Quick Passage by Both Bodies of New Re lief Bill Half Billion Provided for Federal Fa rm Board WASHINGTON June 5 farm relief bill with theexport deben ture plan eliminated was agreed upon today by the senate and house conference committee on the measure The revised relief measure composed from the two farm billspassed separately by the senate and house will be formally engrossed by the committee tomorrow and immdiately submitted to the house for consid eration After the house has acted the measure must go backto the senate i for consideration In the conference committee all of the house members voted to eliminate the debenture plan 3 Vote 4o Eliminate BRITAIN ISNOWRULED BY MAGDONALD Labor Leader Assumes Control at Request of King George June o Seek Evidence said he would go to Chi tomorrow to conferwifb ilaj L Griffith BIgr Tenathletic commissioner and seeK learn if the conference ac has tdence 01 charges agalnstttra ddzen athletes nevispa drspatchda have named These are Dojul Plunlcitt Uobgit Spradlimr Twogoofl Irving Nelson L D Weldon Edward SordonrjAlikeJfarroh Willis Glass1 Pape Joo Allison and IrftdGeneva 4Jsecond time in the lows x admitted a t Britain the reins of govcrn confercncs that ithadimenc coi3ay werein tbe hands of knowledge of the of an1116 labor party in previous years It 1 Ramsay MacDonald whose party was Administered first by the late won an extraordinary victory in last JudgeHowcll and laterby W Hveeks general election emerging Mcrcer Iowa City business the largest membership inlite Not untilthe university was ousted house of commons visited King from however did theiGeorge at Windsor castle today and Hawlceye officials become cognizant accepted his majestys invitationto evidence that such a fund had form a government been in operation within the last Three of the senate conferees McNary of Oregon and Capper of Kansas republicans and Ransdell of Louisiana democrat voted to eliminate Senators Ncrris republi can Nebraska and Smith demo crat South Carolina voted against elimination The measure as finally agreed I upon after more than a week of con1 fercnces held by conference conv j mittce members to be acceptable to President Hoover There were no material differences except for the debenture plan in the senate and house bills but the measure framed by tha conference group follows more nearly thohouse MURDER VICTIM IDENTIFIED AS FORMER IOW AN Cruiser Carrying Lindy and Anne on Honeymoon Man Put Uncler Arrest on Board Ship f fflFor the liistory of The committee derided the meoa ure should be known as the Ufen rric T s r cultural iharketinjriacf JOS June lice today were confronted with The perfected bil wpulfi give thp wnat they Lermaa a mystejious trl stablisiatipn dual nngle mtfrcler tle beiDg a function as was proposed m tho young whose senate measure and would perrmt the corporation to acquire and store surplusarid alsoto act as a super marketing agency for cooperative marketing associations The bill would provide for administrative purposes in ad an authorization for J500 to carry out the functions year or two the director declared Four lines of attack will occupy theathletic departmentofficials in cleaninghouse preparatory to seek ingreinstatement at a late date Only 24 hours previously Stanley Baldwin conservative prime min isterfor the past five years had visited the kings sick rooms in castle and tendered his res ignation Lauersald be an investj Second Time for Lauorite Issiied toLltwasthe second tiriie that Hari TO PAGE o COLUMN 4 Death of Math Mayer of Stacyville Occurs Hospital ijuiie laih Had been called upon to aurne direction of the government arid marked an impressive moment in one of the most remarkable ca reers in British politics From poVf erty and Obscurity he had risen in the past quarter century to headthe British government once and now to be asked to head it again The British leader excoriated and defeated for parliament 10 years for his opposition to the war diedat StFrancis for hls opp Oital Waterloo yesterday followhadf succeeded m wmning back a lnS an operation for appendicitis parliament in 1922 Today He had lived in Stacyville all his tbParty which he is leader holds jfj 288 votesin the commons while the Hs married TUarguerile Morse ml conservatives hold 256 and the lib erals 08 with seven scattered among other parties The formation of the new cabinet and Me official transfer oftha seals TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 5 1922 Besides his wife his lllrand Mrs Peter May er Stacyville one son and five prpthecs TAlbert Arthur and Paul Stacyville William Minneapolis snd Osage survive him Arrangements have not bsenmade AUNT HET By Rpbert Quillen Mpst huabands get mighty careless of their per sonal appearance after a year or two but a body can always change that by tak in a female boarder Report Lin dy Has Changed Ships Name pROVUSCETOWN Mass June i The mystery of the ocean honey moon of Col Charles A Lindbergh r and his bride was heightened today of the proposed farm hoard Approval IK Xlxpected Representative Haugen of Iowa chairman of the house agricultural likely that the house would approve the conference bill tomorrow Chairman McNary of the senate agriculture iommittee said debate probably woulij preface a vote in the seriate because of the elimina tion of the debenture plan He thot however that final action this week or early next week was likely batteredbody wagfound hangingin the closet of a Union street apart ment house Mrsj Virvinia Patty 28 comely wifeof a wealthy Portland Ore broker and formerly SiouxCity Iowa was beaten to death Hov body was found hanging from a hook in a clothes closet by Mrs M W Wilson owner of the apartment William Tallmah radio operator and alleged friend of the slainwo man wasunder arrest aboardthe steamship Admiral Benson which committee said he believed it i was snroute today from LOB AJlge FARMERFALLS BENEATH PLOW Stacyville Man Dragged by Tractor for Half Hour STACYVILLE Tune Thome young farmer living cast of here was dragged half a mile yea terday when he fell under the attached to tha tractor he was driv ing He will physicians said altho his injuries which include several broken ribs a broken breast bone and severe bruiiKm the head are considered very serious Thome was cliscwerar1 by his brotherinlaw Ehart llinrter a neighbor at oclock yesterday morningafter he had been Dragged down the field he had been plowing for about half an hour les to San Francisco Chief of Detectives Herman Cllne of Los Angeles sent a radio to Captain Shoft of the Admiral Benson requesting that placed under arrest Tnllrann Stunned When informed of the charge Tallman was said to have appeared stunned Ho told newspapermen he knew nothing about the murder as he had baen on theship during its run to San Diego yesterday at the tima Mrs Patty was belieyed to have been slain Mrs Wilson told police the room where the body was found had been rented to W C Johnson of San Francisco Itrs Wilson went to change the linen in the apartment and discovered Mrs Pattys body The skull was crushed and the body was bmised Twohalvet of a brick wewl found Strands of red liair and blood wera on one piece of brick Frank E Patty the victims hus band cast suspicion on Tallman nf ter being informed of his wifes death Frohi Suite Patty flew from Portland Angeles at the request ofhis attor ney Clarence Booth who reported last Saturday that Mrs Patty F missing from her suite at an exclu sive apartment hotelln the Wilshire district Attendants at the hotel TVKN TO PAGE 5 COTUMN 7 Dr Work Announces Resig nation in Letter to President WASHINGTON June s A IK21025 little more than an hour craft had rounded the tip qf CapeCod j A boatload of newspapermen pulledalongside but all attempts to inraw those aboard into conversation j proved ineffectual j The letter M the only part of the name that was visible from un der the shroud of canvas at tne stern with which those on hoard had apparently sought to cloak the Identity of the craft led to the con jecture that it was the Mouette Lindberghs yacht There was a suspicion that the Lindberghs might not be aboard bur may have been dropped off at some HJnuo iul inconspicuous point alongeither the he believes should be put into effect cape naore or that of ixmg Island next winter j Di Works intention has been r Mentioned as New G O P Chairman On this 88foot cnbin cruiser Mtraettc Col Charles Lindbergh nnd his bride the former Anns Morrow have been reported spending their lionnymnoa cruising nlonjf LongIsland anunii fnrmite tn Boston Tho craftHits built at Bayonne IV 1 for the colonel The IJnillierghs ii lund at NPW Cnnn rghs have hecn reported seen at Block Ma s on City in Air Tour H S MENTOR IN CHARGEAGAINST INDIANA SCHOOL Immediate Reinstate ment of Iowa Is Denied CHICAGO lime 5 TVTim J4lp Ten athletic turmoil grew today B5 Kverelt Case basketball coach of Frankfort Inci high School ud vised he was prepared to go before Com I missioner John L Griffith with proof Purdue aswell as Iowa was I guilty subsiiliziqg athletes Coufih Case said he alio would prove to Commissioner Griltith that Purdue revealed crciit rritxup with Iowa bccause he to any recruiting fnr Piggy Humbert Boilermaker Basketball coach Charges presumably coming from urduc were made recently that ase had sent two of his star bas etnall players Doyal Plunkett and Job Spradling to Iowa in exchange or free teaching credits O K With Griffith Case appeared before the Frank ort school board last night with his nformation and the board in structed him to lay his information oqfore Griffith He said he would do 10 either tomorrow or Saturday It Mr Case has any information about Putdue or any other Big Ten schoolviolating rules I will VB glad to hear nirh Commissioner GritWb said We are eager to get to bottom of thiR trouble and do not TRllNDEBAILED Jlowa Flyers MAILSDEUYEDito Stop Here No i I n j u r i e Reported as O 11 J 11 11 e 27 j Governor Hammill to Ac i company Aerial Travelers on Entire Journey Rock Island Freight Is Ditched I freight ears railroad derailment of 1 on the Rock Island Cambridge the second station south I of Nevada delayedmailto the city forced Rock Island trains to VOTE PAVING CrrroJI and Fayette Both Pass Bond Issues for Good Roads behind schedule Wednesday and run morning The derailment occurred ut 11 oclock Tuesday night and sent tho H carsor the southbound freight train into the ditch Earliest reports indicated that no one was injured Local railroad officials stated the crew of the train had in Valley Junction By ASSOCIATED 1UKSS Two more counties got in sirp CITY has been choHcn aswith the Iowa paved nmd parailo IVI one of the stopping places for the 10 airplanes that arc lo partici pate in the second annual Inwn all tour which will he staged June 24 to 29 The stop will he made here on tha morning of June 27 the planes going from hcie to Algona and Em metsburg before proceeding to gioux City for the night So far 3S citiei have been includ ed in the schedule with the posslbil ity that wil1 be made known to President Hoover and members of the committee in a tetter which disclosed that he had FLOW OF LAVA IS DIMINISHING Inhabitants Still Fleeing From Village Near Mt Vesuvius NAPLKS Unly Tuno S which have heen threatening to engulf villages around Mt Vesuvius were stated by the Vesuvlan ohserva tory today hnye diminishing The traces left liy stronjf eruption nf the past two rtays tiecnmc visible It was said nhit tho ernptivi cone nlready pnr tiBHy reronstnicted was still Vnllpy nt Hell with froat hot clones nnd liiiuid fire NAPLES Italy June 3 Huge clouds of smoke laden with ashes from the belching throat of Mount Vesuvius hung over Naples illness nf the flexdline on entries Friday ttach of the participating cities donates the tour The reception for of theie charge of tlie aviation committee of tho Chamber of Commerce Schedule yesterday Carroll county approved a lfiOUono bond issue and FnyeLte county authorized a second issue of SOSOOOO ITiniii VOLO in the former election 3235 for the bonds and 2607 against In Fayelle county how ever the mapority was 3 to 1 the count being 2S33 tn 890 Only 10 of Cirrnll countys 25 precincts voted for the issue but the returns from the city of Carrol were sufficient to bringa favomhlft majority The county voted against Cnises thcf Jcfusal of a special committed of th6 con ference to return Iowa to good standing No for ChiirppK Nelson Kellogg Purdue director of athletics aciviHfid the Associated Press over long distanca telephone thai would be glad to have Case j outline his charges j Wo ateauxloiis to know if sny one connected wii Purdue is guilty j of proselyling or ntb letea Kellogg said And if Cnse such intortnution now is the time to give it to CommiirjJncr Griffith But as far as 1 know there is no basis for such charges the state issue last fall tlie loin will be In Fayelte countys vote was light Oelwein and West Union approved the Jjrojnct S7 to 45 The Issue will DENIES IOWA REQUEST CHICAGO June 5 Bit Ten after next January 1 is likely to become thn Big Nine After that dale unless the confer ence changes its stand Iowa will be out A special investigatingcommittee after five lioovt rlficiiKsinn of the favored the nondTlOlTui the University of fowa with reprCKCntatives of that The tour designed to popularize provide for paving No 10 from Ocl fiying by demonstratingits wcin west and No VS from West Union northeast and west SENATOR SCORES RASKOBS RULE ity has been tentatively arrnngerl asUnion northeast and west follows June Moines Ceni terville and June Fort Dodgo June 27 Mason City Kmnietsbiirg Algrona and Sioux Clty June Clar inda and Bedford June tic Croston and back to Des Moines i The roiitn nnd time are subject to revision however school voted late yesterday to let thft Iowa nuilerstand jjevernl hours latar word from Frankfort fnd that the high school board thrtrc had voted lo snnd its coach SHverett Cimc to Chicago tomorrow to tell what ho may know about Iowa athletes I Casa is regarded ns one of the j best high school basketball coaches in Indiana Two of Cases hijjh school stars went to Iowa and sub I boosting of aviation by accompany ing the aerial travelers on the enj tire jaunt according to Yates of Don iloines president of J jthe Iowa Aeronautic association i which is sponsoring the tour i f lviiiff Clnvna Included wi do some Simmons Asks for UnhorsTIIRN T0 IAGK f I x n i Ot OemOCrat Tarty Chairman A hujjB and Iord trimotored mono WASH1MGTON Juno 5 TI The I calling of a democratic party dinner here next week for Jouett Shonse appointed lieutenant of plane ami a threeplane flying cithe natiorjaHj comrnitteo has bil lo nin will also be attrnctions offered tUe Slllface part dfCeiflnocs lnn1 M nil mrf Pilots of tho i tocla demim ncrooatic shipsixvill he John Livingintor Simmons of Korth Carolina i stou winner of last years for tho nnhorsin of Rasltob nlr race 1 Hanvood ami ihe interests of liarmonv WEATHER IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy nnd Thursday not much LOCAL STATISTICS in Marshall all of Waterloo Altho flyers from anywhere may participate in Ihe lour the two races involved nie npen only to Senator Simmons bolted the tend ership of RaskoT and Alfred Smith in the laKt presidential ctdni piijjn Commenting on the proposed Globcrrnxett e weather fip 21 hour period ending at S A M Wednesday Warmest Tucuduy rfls for oclock OR 17 At 8 A M OS rcticai nitd lhu aflnnce of Uie mereiny has been inrukeilly pro tecs meeting March S but had been dissuaded new chairman will guide the repubj Republican leaders at the capiln iian national committee thru the expressed no surprise and Wednesday naorninET rC WIS Wthirt ent visited lhi morning UV1 Liiau lie Him c J prepared to resign at the commit arfl folmd condlliona rlesperatc June 21 Work who accepted the chairman ship last June to conduct the Hoo ver campaign will call a meeting of the committee early In the fall to submit his resignation and discuss rplans for the new campaign which Among those mentioned as likely to succeed Dr Work was secretary James W Good of the war depart ment James Francis Burlte com mittee counselor and close frfend of miles were withdrawing with all 1 their nnd cattle Thev J T I A flocked into the churches ou the j IVlay 1 aK6 ACtlOtt 1H line of retreat invoking Saint Gen HI V i L C i aninmlmcnt Hc dont IJraKe CState LaSellcan as chmrman of the committee DKS MOINES Jima ri iqnnr party ne clont chairman who so strongly fnvni i V s lifjiior that he accepts service the s committee for the r indication lhit the day a maximum ing to destroy the Lherc vns evorv reach or Troops took possession of villages President Hoover was anotherBoscotrecase to prevent marauding after the in habitants had departed Train ier Minnesota and Iowa officials vice to Terzigno has heen discontin ferred here yesterday on possible ited Thfitrains mn only as fnv a action against promoters of the Sir Francis Drake osUite Millwest rest whose namefigured in the gossip The Inhabilnnts believe tlint lho i tlnnts have contribiitert tn a pcobablo successor to the chair1 firfiption has reached the severity of an alleged recovery fund it that of 1306 icharged man rtKTJJRNS IIOMK Murgaiet of Mrs Lmft liimr from vc nn lnsliniiil in cft   

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