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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                lif Iowas Edited for the Home DAILY 33MES H O ME EDITION UNITED PRESS AlfB INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTJB SERVICE VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 101929 209 MACDONALD MAY VISIT HOOVER Senator BoraC Debenture Plan in Farm Bill KANSAS SOLON DEFENDS STAND OF PRESIDENT Idalioan Challenges Hoo vers Opposition to i Debenture BULLETIN WASHINGTON June 10 The senate agreed to vote to morrow at 4 p m on the con ference farm relief bill WASHINGTON June 10 The republican quarrel over farm relief in the senate flared forth in a bitter exchange today when Senator Borah of Idaho chal lenged President Hoovers opposi tion to the export debenture propo sition and Senator Allen of Kansas asserted the Idahoan had failed to advocate the plan before the repubr Hcan convention last summer Reading from the republican platform he helped to frame Borah declared it pledged the party to place the farmer on an equality with industry Supporters of the export deben ture he said contend and we think we can show that the deben ture is one of the indispensable steps necessary to place agriculture an equality with other Industries so longr as other industries enjoy Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS June 10 is an epidemic of towns trying to claim the birth of the republican party that almost equals in im Allen Interrupts Senator Allen a lieutenant of Herbert Hoover the camr paiga ancl the newest member of the senate interrupted the Idahoan whose open opposition to the presi dent was receiving close attention and asked Why didnt you advocate put ting the debenture provision in the republican platform surely didnt waat to fool the peopley did you Borah retorted with some heat I didnt put it into the platform but I did put in the language which would cover it under any possible interpretation Allen inciuired if anything was said at the Kansas City conven tion about the export debenture and replied some of us on the subcommittee drafting the agri cultural plank had the debenture in mind but we didnt put in the plat form Debenture Is Essential Let me say he added that tve pledged the party to place agri culture on an equality with indus try and I contend that the deben ture is essential to place the farm on that equality and if that is so I say that we will not be violat ing the republican platform by adopting the debenture I just wanted to get from the senators honest mind interrupted lhe Kansan that this failure of the congress to include the debenture in the farm relief bill is not a vio TUHN TO TAGE 5 COLUMN 3 IOWA WEATHER Partly cioudy Monday night and Tuesday possibly thunder showers in extreme northeast portion Slightly warmer Mon day night in southeast portion Not so warm Tuesday in north west and central poritlons LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Monday Warmest Sunday 8 Coolest in Night fifi At 8 A M Monday 71 For like period ending at S oclock a m Sunday Warmest Saturday 73 Coolest In 48 The mercury has been on the ascending scale again the past three days Sundays maximum was 8 de grees higher than that of Saturday and Mondays forenoon prospect was for a maximum that would exceed the springs record 86 our problem here who was the first white child born in Beverly Hills All they have to do to find the re party was formed is find where the first corporc t i o n w a s formed It was lncorporatcd for where publican WILL of taking over the management and finances of the United States It meets in Washington and its sole business is listen to and veto a minority report submitted by the democrats Its slogan with us we can afford to pay more than our competitors Yours WILL ROGERS NEW YORK IS DESTINATION OF SWEDISH FLYERS DUTCH ISLAND HELDCAPTM Bandits Take Official Out to Sea Then Return Him BULLETIN THE HAGUE Netherlands June 10 Dutch de stroyer Kortcnacr will leave Holland tomorrow for West In dian waters in connection with a raid on Willemstad Curacao Saturday night by Tho Kortenaer will carry a full crew reinforced by a land ing party Thp battleship Hcrtoc Hen drlkalso is being prepared lor prompt dispatch to Curacao riLLEMSTAD CURACAO Dutch W West Indies June 10 governor and garrison commander of Curacao Dutch West Indian Isle were back in Willemstad today after an adventure rivaling the extrava ganzas of the Spanish main Information was sparse but from Javlc Officers Investigate Border Patrol Shooting Motorist Killed After Failed to Stop Car at Command SWEDISH PLANE SAFE ON ISLE With New Supply of Fuel Aviators Hope to Con tinue Ocean Hop BULLETIN COPENHAGEN Denmark June 10 Albln Alircn berg commander of the Swed ish pluno Sverlgc was advised today not to continue his flight from Iceland for the present as Ivcathcr conditions on the coast of Greenland ucro very unfav orable REYKJAVIK Iceland June 10 Swedish transoceanic plane Svcrige which started on a flight to New York from Stockholm yes terday was safelymooredat Skap Iceland in good taros southeast condition today The steamer Erja from reached Skaptaros Rey this such as was obtainable it appeared that a body of armed men alleged to be Venezuelan nationalists Sat urday night took charge of the waterfront maintaining complete mastery of the docks for several hours Several police were killed and others wounded in an attempt to oust them Finally thegovernor the garrison commander and several soldiers were placed aboard the small steam er Maraeaibo of United States reg istry which was in the harbor The ship put out to sea and to an unan nounced destination Last evening the Maraeaibo re turned to port with the governor general and garrison commander aboard They said their captors had landed some miles north of La Vela Venezuela about 200 miles west of Caracas capital of the country The Maraicabo was leftiu their hands for return none of them being any the worse for their experience The general explanation was that the men who were said to be led by a General Urbina planned some sort of a movement in Venezuela and took the officials here with them to prevent reprisals until they landed on the mainland Nothing has been heard here of the sequel in Venezuela Pope Is Given Full Power Over Vatican VATICAN CITY June JO The pope today promulgated the fundamental law of the new Vali can state in 21 articles The first of these gives the pontiff full legis lative executive and Judiciary powers In case the papacy should be vacant these powers go to the college of cardinals which can only take legislative measures in case of extreme urgency however morning and reported that the onlylaciced gasoline The Danish government vessel Fyllia was expected this afternoon with fuel and the Swedish airmen hoped that their machine would be ready for theISO mile hop to Reyk javik later in the day Weather conditions were reported good Reykjavik was the scheduled sec ond landing place of the Sverlge which was retracing the old Viking path to North America and there was much anxidty in the city when the flyers failed to appear STEWART GIVES COE 01 Former Student Wants Li brary Erected in Mem ory of Parents CEDAR RAPIDS June 10 Col Robert W Stewart of Chicago former chairman of the board of di rectors of the Standartl Oil company of Indiana has given 5200000 to Coe college here for the erection of a memorial library in honor of his father and mother Harry M Gage president of the college announced at the commencement today Colo nel Stewart who formerly lived here was graduated from Coe col lege in 1886 Pastor Installed nt Rake RAKE Juno Rev N Okerlund pastor of the Liberty church was installed Sunday in the Bethania church six miles north of here where Missions festivals were observed at the same time Pastor Given Year to Live Ready to Go By EDWARD STANLEY Associated rresg Staff Writer CHICAGO June 10 into the silences pf the Valley of the Shadow of Death walks Dr Ozora S Days to meet a alone fearless confident Victim of an incurable malady the noted theologian has heard sur geons pass a final sentence upon year perhaps longer per haps only a few days and then the book ends But there is no fear in the heart cf this gentle snowy haired veteran of the pulpit who rose from a shoe less penniless newsboy to become moderator nf the Congregational church and president of one of its chief fountain heads the Chicago Theological seminary True he has retired from the model atorship and has become pres ident emeritus of the seminary But his hand is steady his eye twink ling clear and his laughter hearty as he sits In his study in the new 200000 neminalry of his 20 years as its oC his life what he has seen in his 62 years and of tomorrow Plaything of Surgeons Excuse me if I am rot as active as once he said Ive been a play thing for the surgeons He tilted back in his chair chuckling at the phrase Of course I dont want to this is a mighty interesting world and Im having a mighty good time in it But Im no more afraid of it than I am walking thru the door to this study for I know that I shall have a spiritual body to do with ag I please and I wont have to worry about the aches and pains of this poor physical body Im a gentleman of leisure now Tm going to write some books a biography of Victor F Lawson travel some and lecture to my classes Its hard to make a Ver mont yankee quit work you know He paused and for a long moment looked out into the neat flagged courtyard thumbing memorys pages This world has been very good to me Think of the things Ive seen the procession of scientific marvels in my time Our problem now is how to provide personal control to direct for the common good an moral ends these tremendous en gines we have devised Young Finest And the young people they are the finest I have known They nrc more honest fearless more trustworthy They do some HARRITTHAWS MOTHER IS DEAD Two of Children at Bedside of Noted Pittsburgh Philanthropist PITTSBURGH June 10 Mary Copley Thaw philanthropist and mother of Harry K Thaw died at her Home here yesterday of pneu monia She would have been 87 June 14 Two of her four children Harry K and the Countess de Perigny of Paris were at her bedside The countess won a transAtlantic race with death and arrived shortly be fore her mother died Another daughter Mrs Geoffrey C Whit ney was on the way from Boston Her other son Josiah C Thaw of New York is in France SOARS HIGHEST OF ALL things that they insist maite me on shiver but doing their own TUBN 10 PAGE 5 COLUMN Z MOTORCYCLE OFFICER SHOT Victhfi Had Arrested Eight for Running Thru Stop Signal CHICAGO Juno 10 Leonard 31 motorcycle policeman was shot dead last night by a man he had arrested for running a red light The slayer and his compan men and four fled Later all surrendered except Patrick Joyce the one named as the killer Joyce a hoodlum with a court and jail record made threats as aoon as the officer overtook the car the others stated He drew a revolver from under the cushion of the car and said Ill put a bullet thru that coppers head The officer if he heard the threat gave it no attention His gun was still in its holster when he fell The other men in the rented car argued with Joyce against using the gun They said they fought so hard with him to prevent his shooting that his coat and shirt were torn from his back By the time the offi cer had herded his prisoners to a call box Joyce yanked loose from the others they said and fired one shot in Leonards head Officer Leonard shot and filled Louis Padersonik in a pistol duel a year ago Padersonik was hunted as a member of the Evergreen mail robbery gang Has Annual Mission Festival ALBERT LEA Minn June The Myrtle German Lutheran church celebrated Jta annual mission festival Sunday in the church two miles south of Myrtle Both English and German languages were used INTERNATIONAL FALLS Minn 1 June 10 States cus toms department officials and Koochiching county authorities to day are investigating the fatal shooting of Henry Virkula 41 Big Fallsby E J White of the customs service border patrol Saturday night The shooting occurred 15 miles south of the Canadian border The shots which killed Virkula were fired by White when the for mer failed to stop his car at the command of the patrolman and hla companion E A Servinc also of the customs service The chief duty of the two men was prevention of iquor smuggling from Canada White had been appointed May 1 vhile Servine had been in the serv ce five years According to Virluilas wife who was returning with her husband and two children to Big Falls vhere they operate a restaurant icr husband was struck by a fusi ade of shots before he had time to stop the car which she stated traveled little more than a after the command to halt The shooting was done with a sawed off shotgun Death was instantaneous Arrested on a charge of second degree manslaughter late Sunday White Is beingheld in the county jail here pending outcome of the in vestigation Except for Servines comment that he saw no reason for patrolman wqud cdmnieht ibn the affair Ing aguinst White was stronghere and his arrestprevious to the In vestigation was interpreted as a precautionary measure Virkulas body was brot here by the patrolmen No evidence of li quor was found in his car accord ing to police here Two empty bot tles in the car they said apparent ly had contained medicine A coro ners inquest is scheduled for today BELTING GIVEN REPORT CLAIM Lauer Says Director Was Given Data on Pro fessionalism IOWA CITY June 10 complete report of professionalism in all Big Ten conference schools made by a special committee after a year of work was sent to Paul E Belting former director of athlet ics at the University of Iowa E H Lauer his successor declared on his return from Chicago today The report was made in code to directors of athletics of all Big Ten schools Lauer said Maj L Griffith western conference ath letic commissioner told him Grif fith promised to prepare a duplicate copy for Lauer he said Failure of Belting to discuss the report with university officials was termed unfortunate by Lauer who said Griffith told him no men tion of athletes named in news papers as charged with being subsi Willi Neunhofer German flyer reaching a height 42123 feet approximately eight establishes a new altitude record SUICIDE PACT SEEN IN DEATH WOULD DISCUSS RELATIONS WITH GREAT BRITAIN Canada Would Be Repre sented at Washington Conference LONDON June 10 bility that Premier Ramsay Mac Donald would shortly go to Wash ington for private conversations with Hoover aroused great interest today Intimations came from two quarters that such a trip was probable The conversations should they eventuate would include not only naval disarmament but the entire scope of AngloAmerican relations Since Canadas interest in the out come would be vital Premier Mac kenzie King of the dominion probab ly would be asked to participate Most authoritative word of the proposed trip appeared in the Daily Herald the labor organ which said that the prime minister desired per sonal consultation with President Hoover on AngloAmerican relations and was willing to go to the United States for that purpose Hoover Willing Belief The Herald said the prime minis ter was willing to take the first op portunity for this direct contact the American chief executive arid probably would discuss the mat ter with his cabinet There was rea son to surmise the paper said that MacDonalds view as to the desira bility of direct personal contact waa shared by President Hoover and hia advisorswho would do ey to facilitate suchra meeting dlzed ever was made to or by the Big Ten or by Griffiths office The new Iowa athletic director re peated his promise of a complete in vestigation of the situation hero Dinner was served Aid by the Ladies Fort Worth Flyer Is One Feature at Airport Dedication SIOUX CITY June 10 Rlckenbacker field Sioux Citys new airport is open today after a two day dedication ceremony and air show which closed yesterday with a program of races and stunt fly ing John Livingston of Waterloo na tionally known stunt flyer and Reg Robbins pilot of the record break ing plane Fort Worth held the spot light in yesterdays events Livng ston carried off the honors in the races while Robbins gave an exhibi tion flight In his famous plane Rickenbackers field Is located on the South Dakota side of the Sioux river just west of the city Actress and Friend Are Killed in New York Apartment NEW YORK June 10 garet Lawrence stage and wi dow of Wallace Eddinger was shot o death in her East 51 Street Pent house apartment yesterday Sprawled beside the bed on which aer body was found was the body of Louis Bennison stage and screen actor Both had been shot thru the left breast On the bed was a heavy caliber pistol Police said Bennison evidently iiaci shot Miss Lawrence then killed bimself A suicide agreement waa hinted in two notes found in the apartment One note pinned on a door said The sunset has a heart Look for us there The handwriting of this note was identified as that of Miss Lawrence It was signed Tianna Nolo Left Unsigned The other note was on one of the twin beds in the room where the bodies were found It was un signed and read Please notify Mr Mussen at the Lambs club at once The bodies were found by Mrs Gertrude Chalair a friend of Misa Lawrence who let herself into the apartment after no one responded to her ring Miss Lawrence was clad in a night gown Except for bare feet Bennison was fully clothed Empty liquor bottles and glasses were strewn about the attractively furnished apartment Bennett Mussen author and ac tor identified the pistol as one be longing to Bennison by the initiuls L B on the handle He said the actor was subject to a suicide mania after periods of drinking Camo Waving Pistol Mrs Chalair said she had called at the Pent house last Wednesday and while she was visiting with Miss Lawrence Bennison came out of another room waving a pistol This will finish us both Mra Chalair quoted the actor as saying She said Miss Lawrence remon strated wit hhim and he put the pis tol in his pocket Miss Lawrence was in her for tieth year Her stage career was marked by quick and impressive success altho its last months wove stormy marred by professional and domestic difficulties Played In DCS Moincft DES MOINES June 10 Margaret Lawrence Eddinger ac tress ofund dead in a New York apartment Sunday was the ingenue with the original stock company that played at the Princess theater here She came to DCS Molnes in 1809 rising to stardom shortly after she went to Broadway trative duties permit for the firsttimo In English history may cross the Atlantic on an im portant state mission The Heralds announcement fol lowed a suggestion in the Sunday Observer that the meeting with the Canadaian premier Included be ar ranged The Observer remarked that such might settle once for all the relations between the British em pire and the United States and ex tend the undefended frontier be the United States and Canada to the seas dividing thetwo countries Slay Wnit for Daivcs It was said Prime Minister Stan ley Baldwin of the late conserva tive government contemplated such an American visit himself in the event his party was returned to power in the general elections of May 30 Baldwin was said lo havft had the approval of his foreign minister Sir Austen in the project Friends of the new prime minister have known long of his keen deslra to remove all causes of friction witb the United States It waa not disclosed whether any definite approach had been made to Washington or whether the premier would await arrival of Gen Charloa G Dawes new ambassador to St James Whito Housn Silent WASHINGTON June 10 While official Washington today dis cussed Ramsay MacDonalds ported intention of seeking a per sonal conference with President Hoover on AngloAmerican rela tions it was learned that reports of the British premiers desire for a meeting with the chief executlva had reached the white house sonis lime last week The coiircc of these reports and the manner in which they wera TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN S TIUDD Gcovpft The oldtime pharartiaclst whose errors made prescriptions fatal now has a son who puts too much sea soning in the chicken slnjjers Review AMES Kchrncder at Towx State coNcpe AITIPP nrrlvorl licrn Snlunlny for a visit ru the lionic of bis piircnU Mr and Mrs Hvnry AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Its a good thing I passed Eds store an seen his bald Vicad shinin thru the win dow or I would o forgot all about that furniture polish   

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