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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home PAILYgHMES HOME EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 11 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO MINNESOTA HIT BY DEMOCRATS ARE Johnson Scores PLEASED WITH PARTY DINNER Crack of Party Cash Raskob Assures Guests He Has No Intention of Resigning June 11 Democratic leaders weie in clined to be pleased today over the outcome of last nights dinner to Jouett Shouse chief of the new party headquarters in Washington Among the 300party leaders who attended including 11 of the souths 22 senators many were ready to in terpret the reception given the ad dresses of National Chairman John J RaskobShouse and other speak ers as a clear indication that the party would enter the 1930 congres sional campaign witha more united front than it presented in the 192S presidential contest They were firm in the opinion that instead of widening the rift in democratic ranks which developed in the presidential campaign as some had predicted it would the dinner had served anopposite pur pose Sure of Organization The party they asserted had been clearly assured in the words of Shouse of permanent working constructive organization in the national headquarters which would not lend its influence to the can didacy of any of the various men who may aspire to the next presi dential nomination The dinner whichwas given by the Jefferson association of the Dls was made the oc casion by Raskobto set atrest all doubt about my continuing as chair man of the national committee Raskob announced he had no inten tion of resigning Among the 11 southern senators who were not present Swanson and Glass of Virginia and Trammel of Florida were at pains to make it clear that their previous engage ments were real ones The others were Simmons of North Carolina who had described the dinner as inopportune Smith and Blease of South Carolina George and Harris of Georgia Heflin and Black of Alabama and Stephens of Missis sippi who was ill Mrs Ross on Committee Raskob not only made it clear that he had no intention of with drawing from the chairmanshipbut announced that Mrs Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyoming would become a member of the executive committee to assist Shouse by taking charge nf womens activities and that Charles Greathouse of Indiana would con tinue as secretary and James W Gerard as treasurer Direct and indirect references to Alfred E Smith the 1928 presiden tial nominee brot vigorous applause during the dinner One such refer ence was made by Representative Byrns of Tennessee chairman of the democratic congressional campaign committee who charged that the re publican party was lacking in poli cies for dealing with many problems confronting the nation Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS June Not much news today Nothing ever happens over Sunday but rain accidents golf No airplane crashes 3 so the newspa ers had noth ing to feature and had to give notice to the dozens that were hurt in autos President Hoover was rained out and the catfish on the famous old got an WILL stay of execution for another week Mr Cooiidges personal escapes appeared in another magazine The first thing you know he will be indorsing some Bohurik Rapid Fire Typewriter thats how I get my work done The last of the shriners are being packed and shipped home C O D i Yours WILL ROGERS QUIZ IOWA GIRL IN LOS ANGELES of Slain Woman Furnishes Information From Remsen Wapello Boy Drowns WAPELLO June 11 Severance 11 was drowned while swimming in a hole which had been washed out by break the recent levee IOWA WEATHER Thundershowers Tuesday aft ernoon or Tuesday night cooler Wednesday partly cloudy and much cooler LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Tuesday Warmest Monday 89 Coolest in Night 71 At 8 A MTuesday 71 After almost two weeks of rain less for one little shower on the night of June enthusiastic downpour took place Tuesday morning Mondays maxi mum of 89 was the highest of 1929 exceeding by 3 degrees the mark es tablished on the final day of May FOR REMAIN RULING Kelley Holds Default Case Stands Jones Granted Divorce THREE matters engaged the atten i tention of two judges in the distriot court Tuesday An attempt to set aside a default judgment failed A man with two wives was granted a divorce from one of them A group of Lincoln township farmers appeared in an appeal for lower assessments Judge C H Kelley refused to grant the motion of Dan C Condon paving contractor to set aside judg ments totaling 523000 obtained by default in the Worth county district court by two Mason City women as result of alleged injuries The judge held that Mr Condons failure to make an appearance In the case at Northwood was due lo his own negligence and carelessness The contractor had alleged that he had become confused between this and a federal court action notice of which was served on him the same day Were Injured in Auto judgmentaAvere faypi Van Note f6r 20000 and Mrs Anna Steece for who wereinjured when the auto mobile in which theywere riding went over an embankment at the end of the pavement south of Ken JACKSON CLAIMS G O Ps BIRTH At this hearing L R Boomhower anji N Levinson had associated TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 5 OS ANGELES Cal June 11 IP reward of was offered oday for the arrest of the slayer of his wife Mrs Virginia Patty for merly of Sioux City Iowa by Frank D Patty Portland Ore investment jroker Mrs iloset of a rooming house a week ago tied to a clothes hookvand bear ng evidence of a severe beating Testimony at the coroners Inquest ndicated the woman was slain with a brick and that she haa neen dead more than two days when the body was discovered Still Seek Tallman William L Tallman former radio man and asserted admirer of the comely 28 year od woman who was charged with murder was still being sought in several coast cities Police yesterday held a long dis ance telephone conversation with Miss Eva Scholtz of Remsen Iowa who described herself as Mrs Pat best friend From her they gathered new informationconcern ing the friendship of the wireless operator and the slain woman Miss Scholtz told police she had recently visited in Los Angeles and was fa miliar with many circumstances in volved in the case I knew of Virginias fascination for this man Tallman she said also knew that for a long time she had been tryingto break off with iiim Virginia often told me about Tallman but when I suggested she Introduce him to me she always ob jected on the ground that I would not like his type or would not ap prove of her friendship for him i Decided to Insult Him Just before I left Los Angeles on April 8 she told me she had decided to insult him as the only means to get rid of him and she later said he had flared up in anger at her statements to him Sne told me she saidto him You are very hand some in your boat uniform but in your street clothes you clearly are of an inferior stratum of society and I prefer my husband who does dress like ordinary people In seeking a motive for the crime police expressed belief that it was jealousy FILIBUSTERING TROOPS BEATEN Venezulean Marauders Re pulsed by Garrison and Civilians CARACAS Venezuela June 11 lie Venezuelan filibusters kidnaped the governor of Curacao Saturday night and looted the police arsenal attacked the town of Coro capital of the state of Falcon on Sunday but were defeatecF eral hours fighting Details of the unsuccessful at tack as made public in El Nuevo Diario government newspaper re vealed that General Gomez former president and now commander in chief of the Venezuelan army had warned the garrison at Coro of the impending assault garrison aided by the ci was ready for drove them off leaving dead The vilian the rsj and the fili wounded r House Accepts April as Date for Census Taking WASHINGTON The house today June 11 accepted April 1930 art a compromise date for tak ing the census and adopted the con ference report on the census bill without a record vote The report still must be acted upoji by the sen ate commander was fatally Undauntedby the seventyfifth anniversary of the birth of tho republican party at Kipon WIs G O P cohorts at JacUson Mich lire making plans for a ceremony on July G declaring there Isnt a doubt in their minds but what tho party had Its Inception at Jack son Above Is a view of Tacksons main street Michigan boulevard and Inset the stone which marks thespot where the Jacksonitcs declare the party was born Hoovers Oil Chairman Object of Senate Attack Opposition to Presidents VOTE IS LIKELY TO BE CLOSE ON DEBENTURE IDEA Margin of One Ballot May Decide Farm Relief Issue June 11 VV With the Hoover forces striv ing to win the balance In the closely divided senate on the administration farm bill vote today Senator John son republican California opened a bitter denunciation of the measure and loosed an attack against the crack of the party lash The president had conferred with some of the doubtful republicansat he white house early today and as he debate got under way Senator fohnson began from the senate floor an attack upon what he called the ruthless power to drive members of the senate Id rather be a frog living on dungeon mould shouted the Calii fornia Id rather be a dog baying at the moon than bending to tho ash Ill stand by the president when I believe him to be rlghtbut I will not stand by vm when I be lieve him to be wrong realizing full well what the consequences may be Turn Against Hoover Senators Nye ana Frazier of North Dakota announced after a visit to Mp Hookerthatthey would vote against the conference report on the farm bill because it failed to include the export debenture plan The president is opposed to the plan Senator Couzena of Michigan a breakfast guest at the white house announced he was still on the fence and wanted to hear the final debate Senator Johnson was the second republican in as many days to assail the administration measure With a vote to be taken at 1 oclock word came from both sides that a tie re TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 2 jii r SWEfifs FORCED TO LAND AGAIN Ahrenberg and Companions Return After Load Proves too Heavy REYKJAVIK Iceland June 11 Albin Ahrenberg in his seaplane the Sverige returned here at a m a m E S T After taking off at a m a m C S T for Ivigtut Green land In continuation of his flight tiofn Stockholm to New York It was the second time this morn ing1 that the flyers had got into the air successfully and had to return The heavy fuel load forced them back shortly after 4 oclock also Captain Ahrenbergs start this morning was made despite a warn in gfrom the meteafologlcal station here that weather conditions in the vfplnlty of Greenland made his trip not feasible Hold Officer for Shooting of Motorist WASHINGTON June 11 fF hill to authorize payment of 525000 to the wife of Henry Virkula who killed Saturday at International Foils Minn by a border patrol officer was intro duced today by Representative Schafer republican Wisconsin INTERNATIONAL FALLS Minn June 11 J White customs parrol officer who shot Henry Virkkula 41 Big Falls Sat urday night when the latter failed to halt his car on command was bound over to the grand jury on manslaughter charge Basing his statement on a report of the affair made by White N A Linderberger assistant United States customs collector at Duluth said that White was in the right when he fired at Virkkula when he failed to stop his machine at the command of E A Servtne Whites companion The chief duty of the WEDDING SOON 2 PERSONS ARE KILLED DAMAGE NEAR The Prince of Wales accord ing to persistent rumors in Great Britain will marry Prin cess Ingrld of Sweden An an ounccment is expected soon VISITS PARENTS Harry Ryan and little daughter of Albert TJUI Minn are hera visiting with Mra Ttynns jorder patrolmen is iquor runners to intercept In contradition to Whites report nowever was testimony offered by Mrs Virkkula at an inquest here Monday The hind wheels of the car had barely passed Servine who car ried a sign which reads U 3 Cus toms Stop When slugs swept the car and her husband slumped dead in her lap no comamnd to halt was heard she said At least five shots were fired according to testimony by H Sahri and his son farmers living near the scene of the shoot ing White was arraigned on the sec ond degree manslaughter charge im mediately after the coroners jury found that he was responsible for the killing His request for a con tinuance of the case for one week was granted Policy on Petroleum Con servation Grows BULLETIN COLORADO SPRINGS Colo June 11 attack by Rocky mountain states on Pres ident Hoovers oil conservation policy on public lands was re newed at the governors oil con ference here today when Colo rado prepared to present a memorial to tho secretary of the Interior asking that the ex ecutive order of March 12 be re scinded WASHINGTON June 11 Action of Mark L Requa chairman of the governors oil conference at Colorado Springs in ruling out of order a resolution to favor rescind ing of President Hoovers order barring prospecting on public lands wag attacked in the senate today by Senators Cutting republican New Mexico and King democrat Utah Cutting challenged the right of Requa to prevent discussion in the conference by the governors of any matterpertinent to the issues in volved while Kingdeclared the presidents order was one of the nost lawless acts ever committed by any person Speaking for New Mexico Cut ting said any policy of coercion at he conference will be bitterly re pudiated The president King asserted is seeking to nullify the leasing act of 1920 which was adopted as a defi Inite policy by congress after years Youth Drowns in Rlvor OTTUMWA June 11 to swim Earl Tubaugh 16 was drowned in the Des Moines river here when ha stepped into deepl of study But the president he added in defiance of law aaid it should be set aside Opposition Growing COLORADO SPRINGS Cplo June 11 storm of opposi tion against President Hoovers order withdrawing government land from oil exploration which swirled up from representatives of several mountain states showed no signs of abatement today as the gover nors conference called by President Hoover to consider means of con veying oil went into its second day of work Called specifically to consider the feasibility of an interstate compac which would control production by limiting drilling the conferenci early became a forum of debate on the Hoover order with arguments NASHUA BOY 3 STRUCK BY CAR Driver Halted at Waterloo Following Attempt at Flight NASHUA June Ed ward Canty 3 years old living with his grandmother Mrs Julius Schultz mile south of Nashua was seriously injured Tuesday morn ing at 8 oclock when he was struck by a car bearing a California li cense near his home The name of the driven could not be learned The boy was walking north on the right side of the paved highway with his hand in that of his grand mothers He was struck by the car which ran off of the paving and was hurled 40 feet suffering concussion of the brain and possible internal in juries The driver of the car stopped picked up the child and took him nto the house and then continued south saying he was going for help He was traced to Waverly where he stopped In a filling station and In quired for a doctor Leaving the fill ng station he continued to Water oo Calls to Waterloo resulted in the apprehension of the driver of th car and Sheriff C A Upham o New Hampton left immediately fo Waterloo to bring him back The hand of Mrs Schultz which was caught by the car as It struck the boy was badly bruised to POLICE SEARCH 4 FOR L MURRAY Alleged to Have Committee Statutory Offense Has Kellums Car Police are searching for LaVern Murray 28 residing at 512 Slxt street southeast who Is alleged t have committed a statutory offens upon a 14 year old girl and then left the city driving a 1029 Chevro let coach belonging to tho Kellums Rent a Car cpmpany SWEDISH GIRL MAY BE NEXT ENGLBH QUEEN tumors Grow That Prince of Wales Will Marry Princess fngricl ONDON June 11 i i growing in some quarters heri mt an announcement of the en agement of the Prince of Wales t rincess Ingrid daughter of rown Prince of Sweden may bi ade within the next two weeks Two possible occasions are sug ested the Princes thirtyfift irthday on June 23 and an clabor te ball which the Swedish embass as arranged for the beautiful prin esa June 14 It is not the first time that ther ave been rumors that the Britis eir would marry his 10 year ol econd cousin from Viking land bu ot before have there been the com ination of circumstances an vents giving background and lenc ng weight to the reports Gossip called attention to variou acts Makes Longer Visit When Princess Ingrid arrived London May 15 for one of her num rous visits to her grandfather th Duke of Connaught brother of Kin George it was stated she would stay mly a month Her plans have been ihanged and It was understood to day she would remain in England until the close of the London season several weeks hence Since her arrival her father Irown Prince Gustaf Adolf Duke of Skane and her stepmother the for mer Princess Louise of Battenburg mve both joined her and are shar ng in a round of social activity The Swedish embassy has issued nvitations for a state ball for Prin cess Ingrid at the embassy June 11 which has ben heralded as of he most important events socially of the London season The prince is o be a guest Remember Princes Promise And last friends recently recalled publicly the princes statement to a Criend that he would marry when he was 35 years old He will be 35 years old June 23 In the speculation there are sev eral negative factors The prince and the princess have not notice ably been together at entertain ments this year Little practically nothing has leaked out of such an engagement has been made On Wednesday night of last week the prince gave a dinner at St James palace with the princess her father and stepmother as guests Lord and Lady Astor and Mr and Mrs Winston Churchill were among others present The princess is 19 years old and Is the third child of thefirst mar riage of the croxvn prince Her mother who was Princess Margaret Victoria daughter of the Duke of Connaught and nelce of King George died May 1 1820 in Nearly Score Injured Storms in Central Part of State T PAUL June 11 toll ot 1 tornadoes which last night truck in widely separated areas in linnesota and Wisconsin today ood at two dead nearly a score in ured and property damage which is stimated to be in excess of 00 Interrupted communication made complete check of the damage of te twisters difficult but as tele hone and telegraph wires were re aired reports of additional dam ge were made Two Known Dead The heaviest toll was taken In entral Minnesota where the only nown deaths occurred The storms so struck at Ladysmith and near in northwestern Wisconsin nd at Minocuua in north central Visconsin The dead are Henry Wournos 65 Ingston farmer and Mrs Gustava 60 who came from North Dakota to visit her son two miles vest of Kingston Wournos resided ive miles from town A path about 25 miles long was cut by the tornado in central Mlnne sola The tornadobegan near King ston near the farm of Magnus Johnson former United States ator and swept in a direction to Cokato where four per 7 sons were injured Several persons were injured nearKingston while Uiruout tho stretch thatthe twister traveled repoits came of many who received minor injuries Many farms were destroyed with the damage es timated at about Damage of At Minocqua WIs prop erty damage was caused but there were no reports of injuries or deaths Ladysmith and nearby communi ties were struck by another tornado which leveled several homes Three persons were injured Reports that the twister struck at Brule and Prentice Wis were also received but interrupted communi cation made it difficult to determine the of the damage Several farm homes and barns were reported destroyed in the vi cinity of Ashland but there were no injuries or deaths Damage in South Dakota DE SMET S Dak June 11 Heavy damage to buildings and farms was reported today from a severe windstorm early this morn ing here and at Iroquois Buildings were blown down and farm animals killed but no persons were killed or injured according to information available here at noon Reports from Iroquois west of here said that the Eggleston garage and a two story cafe the name oi which was not learned were blown over by the high wind Extensive damage in rural sectors west and south of here was indi cated by belated reports from farm ers today No estimate had been made on the total loss A complete set of buildings was destroyed on the Wade farm near here Some hall TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUIHN 2 Theres good in everything White the crowd stares at Sinclair the animals in the zoo iret a rest Dav Times M1 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I try not to believe men ever was monkeys but it strains my faith when I look at Pas cousin Walter
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