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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa S DAILY TAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES HOME EDITION XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MAgON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 2H HOUSE TO VOTE ON DEBENTURE BROOKHART IN MOVE TO FORM PROGRESSIVES lowan Vexed at Senate Vote Wants New Party WASHINGTON June 12 Se lection of a didate for president ana the forma tion of an active progressive party was advocated in the senate today by Smith WBrookhart of Iowa who stumped the west for Hurberll Hoover unless the export deebnture proposition was approved by the ad ministration as either a part of the pending farm relief or tariff bills The suggestion that the debenture plan ultimately might be attached to the tariff measure has been ad vanced by a number of other sona tors and Is known to have consid erable sympathy among house dem ocratic leaders Time to Fight to Finish The lowan declared that he now desired to say to progressive mem bers of the senate on both sides that if the proposition was rejected the time has come to organize for a fight to the finish If the debenture he added In the form I have here suggested or in its present form cannot be put into the farm bill I think the bill should be permitted to pass without The lowan took the senate floor shortly after it convened at noon and at about the hour that the farm relief bill formally was returned to SEEKS FARM POST Senate Halts Plans for Vacation FOR VOTE ON TARIFF IS HOUSED Kftef usaT t6 approyetha measure vvitri v YThe representatives I Rre advised that the I officially senate tad fed 46 to 43 to insist upon incor of the proposition In the houao the measure was placed on the speakers table to await action probably tomorrow Urges Progressive Candidates Brookhart ripped into the admin istration forces 113 soon as the sen ate met and insisted the time had arrived for a fight to the finish on the debenture plan In order to make sure that this be possilble he said we should at once organize to put up a progres sive candidate in every congression al district and for senator in every state who will fight for this pro gram And if this bill should be vetoed we should follow this with AxsbiatedPress Photo Kansas farmers liaro Indorsed Harry L Hartshorn wheat grower and organizer of Kan sas cooperative wheat move ment for a place on the new federal farm hoard NEW EFFORT TO OBTAIN JliVQRCE New Yorker Had Lived in Las Vegas Under Assumed Name Immediate Adjournment Is Favored by Senator Borah WASHINGTON June 12 An ultimatum was delivered today by house leaders against any recess this summer except for periods of three days at a time unless the sen ate agrees to a definite time for a vote in the fall on the tariff bill The house declaration threw the program of senate republican lead ers completely out of line and threatened to keep both the senate and house here thruout the summer while the senate finance committee toils away on revision of the house tariff bill preparatory to senate con sideration of it Senate leaders had abandoned plans for an allsummer recess early this week after senate democrats decided against agreeing to a defi nite time to vote on the tariff bill The democrats however did give informal assurance that they would permit the tariff bill to be enacted before the regular session opens in December and upon this senate leaders were preparing to get away until0 August T AS VEGAS Nov Harley Harmon June 12 attorney for VL progressive dent candidate for presi Horses Kick Breaks Nashua Farmers Nose NASHUA June Boeck farmer east of town was badly in jured on the noae Monday morning when a horse he was leading into the barn whirled about and kicked him His nose was split open the full length and the bones on each side broken He was taken at once to Waverly hospital i IOWA WEATHER Blostly fair tonight and Thursday preceded by unsettled tonight In east portion cooler tonight except In extreme northwes tportion slightly wanner Thursday afternoon In west portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Warmest Tuesday Coolest In Night 55 At 8 a m Wednesday Sfi Rainfall 41 While there was no desperate need for the rain which fell Tues day forenoon it was highly accept able by the vegetation of this section of the state being the first sizable rain that has fallen this month Clouds hung low Wednesday morn ing and for a time there was a com bination fog and mist Leonard Kip Rhinelander disinher ited son of a well known New York family disclosed early today that he has prepared a divorce complaint which young Rhinelander plans to file against Alice Jones Rhineland er daughter of a New Rochelle N Y Negro within the next two weeks Harmon who is district attorney here said Rhinelander had lived In Las Vegas and at a nearby moun tain resort since Jan 1 under an as sumed name He had successfully hidden his identity by a moustache and a gain of 21 pounds In weight since coming to Nevada Admits True Name Rhinelander reluctantly admitted his true name when confronted with news service pictures of himself He explained that avoid publicity while establishing the six months residence necessary to file a divorce action in this state Under the name of Lou Russell Harmon admitted his client had re sided at the Nevada hotel and In a cabin at the Charleston mountain resort 25 miles north of Los Vegas He also had operated in real estate thru which the attorney and others who knew Rhinelander as Russell said the young man had made a considerable income Suit Was Denied The disclosure of Rhinelanders marriageseveral years ago to the daughter of the New Rochelle hack driver was followed by their en forced separation by his socially prominent family A subsequent suit for the annulment of the marriage was denied and the young couple permanently separated Last March the proposed filing of a separation suit by Mrs Rhineland er in New York was indefinitely postponed as the announced result of Rhinelander increasing her sepa rate maintenance allowance to S100 monthlv Premiers of England and Canada May Come Here thjsjSkri Borafi1 IVouId Adjourn WASHINGTON June 12 Immediate adjournment of congress sine die was advocated in the senate today by Senator Borah republican Idaho if a general revision of the tariff is contemplated Borah made this announcement after Senator Watson of Indiana the republican leader expressed the view that general revision was In evitable The Idahoan demanded that the tariff be farm schedules It is perfectly apparent thot there is to be general tariff revi sion declared Borah and there is no prospect of concluding that be fore the regular session in Decem ber That Is true replied Watson Then I am ready to vote to ad journ this congress at Borah shot bad AUSTRIAN WIN BEAlfTYPBIZE as American Entry Listed Next to Worlds Most Beautiful Girl GALVESTON Texas June 12 Ul Miss Lfsl Goldarbeitcr beautiful Austrian blue eyed branet barely out of her teens today wore the crown of Miss Universe Miss Goldarbeitcr daughter of a Vienna merchant won the title and 52000 prize money over 34 Ameri can beauties and nine foreign dam sels at the international pageant of pulchritude here last night She was the first foreign girl to win the hon or since the pageant became inter national four years ago Miss United States Irene Ahlberg of New York was voted second prizeof and Miss Ohio Dor To cut diplomatic red tape and arrange directly torft disarmament contcrenceItls prjpoSed Jn Eng of Canada visit 1resMent Uie most noted con To cu plomatic red tape and arrange diretly torft disarmament contcre land that Freimer KaiUBajr together with Muokciulc King modem Hg King STILL SEEKING OIL COMPACT Opposition to Hoovers Policy Dies Down at Conference By ROBERT S PICKENS Associated Press Staff Writer COLORADO SPRINGS Colo June 12 governors con ference considering oil conservation weary from two days of bombard ment President Hoovers order barring oil prospectors from gov ernment lands today was divided in to small groups each trying to clear a trail to the ultimate object an in terstate compact which would con trol production Most important of the groups the delegations from Texas Oklahoma arid California gathered around the breakfast table with Chairman Mark L Requa to find what the big three oil producing states can do toward bringing about a compact In another part of the hotel the governors of four states were con ferring in an effort to bring back lo a general meeting later in the day some program or policy to which the conference could pledge itself j The governors were Emerson of Wyoming Erickson of Montana Adams of Colorado and Reed of Kansas In another part of town independ ent operators who had presented their views on the compact as being unfavorable unless It limited import of foreign crude were discussing their next move and perfecting new organizations Altho the storm which the repre sentatives from the Rocky Mountain states raised against the Hoover order apparently had spent its force CHICAGO June V2 pricestook a violent tumble of near ly five cents a bushel today iind ChenWith confidence returning re bounded nearly to thei level of yos terdaya closing quotations At tD days finish wheat was to Wheat Price in Recovery After Morning Slump lower July delivery selling and September senates rejection of the con ference report on the farm bill in spired the opening break Selling orders surged into vhe pit and drove prices down as far as 4 cents be low Tuesday prices By the end of the first hour of trading however the feeling spread that farm relief legislation was an eventual certain ty and that senatorial disapproval of conference agreement did not mean the death of the bill Corn and wheat were affected similarly corn ending to 2c down with July contracts at 9tJ to 92 cents a bushel and September at 91 to 91 cents IN TEST FLIGHT Next Leg of TransAtlantic Flight Awaits Favorable Weather Reports REYKJAVIK Iceland June 12 Albin AJirenberg Swed ish flyer is on a transAtlantic trip from Stockholm to New York made a trial flight this morning testing repairs made after his ar rival here from a forced landing at Skaptarqs late Sunday Captain Ahrenberg was watching weather conditions closely and the weather continued good Greenland planned to start for Ivig tut some time during the day He will carry enough fuel for 18 hours altho the hop to Greenland should take only between nine and 10 hours The flyers are expected to follow the southern Greenland coast rath er than striking straight across tne ice covered mountains of the coun trys southern peninsula Between 800 and 900 miles flying Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal June best news in the paper yesterday was no joke The Roc k e f e 11 e r Foundation for the health and betterment of people of all parts of the world spent twentytwo mil lion dollars last year and one hundred and fortyfour mil lion since its or ganization i n 1913 and its been worth one million dollars as an inspira tion to other tremendously rich men to do fine things The whole viewpoint of the people in re gard to our rich men lias been changed In the last few years Now we judge a mans greatness on how he has spent hia money I guess there has never been a time in our history when as manyfools are making money as now Just to be rich and nothing else is practically a disgrace now adays Yours WILL ROGERS PRQSECUtiOHQF BORDER OFFICER BEING PLANED State Officials Hope to Bring Slayer of Auto ist to Trial othy Jean Davis of Massillon third there were still definite rumblings nrifa irhfnu prize of This seems to be an abnormal spring so far as the weather is con cerned but anyhow the senate seems to have gotten back to Thompson Courier Iowa Storm Causes One Death Others Are Hurt which indicated that it might return Several of the delegations were In session today discussing the advis ability of again trying to put the conference on record on the subject POLICELOlTE Waukon Womans Neck Broken When Wind Takes Chicken House i By ASSOCIATED PRESS A windstorm that swept over northeast Iowa yesterday causel one death injured eight persons avo caused nearly S75JOOO amage Ed Rupp 45 was killed at dislocated shoulder Adolph Ruen Waukon face and eye cut Edward Canty 3 Nashua uncon scious after being hit by automo bile Mr and Mrs Roy Godden and two children McGregor slight in juries Mrs Robert Emery Humboldt i ijjr ijiiniuuiui property whfin homo stnlck by jgntlliT1g Damage Done Sweeping down from Mineson Machine Found Five Miles South of Charles City Tuesday Afternoon A report from Chief of Police Dan Shannon of Charles City to Chief of Police Frank Sanford of this city Tuesday afternoon stated that the 1S29 Chevrolet coach in which La Verne Murray escaped from the city Monday night was found on Hie highway 5 miles south of Charles City The car was not damaged NOTE PROTESTS US TARIFFS France Sends Word of Ob jection to Proposed Increase WASHINGTON June 12 ormal note from France pro testing against tie proposal to in crease tariffs on certain French products Imported into the Unitel States has been delivered to the atate department by Ambassador Claude The note reiterates arguments of the French government that Frcuce is not benefitting from the provi sional favored nations arrange ment made between the two gov ernments after the United States protested against the FrancoGer man trade agreement of 1927 The French also counted that many of the proposed rates will im pose tariffs on French goods winch do not complete wilh American pro ducts Items cited in the note un der this category are of a more or less minor nature and include sevjr al luxury footstuffs Delivery of the note caused some surprise in official and diplomatic circles since the FrenchAmerican tariff discussions had been consid ered of a somewhat different char acter than those or octier nations and had been the subject of lengthy negotiations In Paris most of it over ice and water but part of it over ice and land In the Denmark strait which lies between Iceland and Greenland there is much ice this season which has been brot dovrn from Cape Farewell Lease Right to Hunt Fleas BOITZENBURG Germany June 12 right to hunt water fleas which are used for fish bait was leased here recently for the an nual sum of 10 marks about DETROIT Juno 12 Archibald Eugcster 21 shot by Jonah Cox a customs border patrol inspector early Tuesday died shortly before noon today INTERNATIONAL PALLS Minn June 12 for prosecu tion of E J White border patrol man who killed Henry Virkkula announced today by David Hurlburt Kooching county attorney who said he will resist efforts of federal authorities to take the case out of his hands White is held in jail here on a charge of second degree manslaugh ter while an Investigation is under way by state and federal authori ties Three reports were before author ities today one of the finding hold confectioner justified another say ing the killing was and a third characterizing it as a culpably negligent act Resist Federal Moves In most of these cases the fed eral authorities succeed in taking the Jurisdiction from the state Hurlburt said We will re sist all such efforts in this case and figtit it to the last If the courA at the preliminary TURN TO 7 IDE 2 COLUMN 4 IF PROPOSAL IS REFUSED SENATE MAY ACT AGAIN Possibility of Passage Minus Debenture by Robinson WASHINGTON June 12 house will vote probably tomor row on the export debentvire plan of farm relief To that extent at least the coalition of democrats and re publican independents in the senate who have steadfastly Insisted upon inclusion of this proposal In the gen eral farm bill and stood victorious today over the opposition of Presi dent Hoover and his supporters In congress Has Been Worked Out The agreement to bring the Issue to a vote in the house where such action has been resisted thruout the longcontroversy that has held up enactment of the farm legislation was reached at a white house con ference last night after the senate had rejected the joint conTercnce re port recommending elimination of the debenture section from its bill Supports Compromiso BUI The white house meeting attend I ed by republican leaders both I branches of congress was called after the president had made public a statement reiterating his opposi ion to the debenture plan and ex pressing In unmistakable terms his support of the compromise bill presT ented in the joint conference report and accepted by the bouse Senate democratic leaders today regarded the decision to bring tha debenture plan to a vote ittEho house virtually as a complete vic tory for their contention Senalor Robinson of Arkansas the demo cratic leader asserted in a state ment issued after the senate re jected the report that if the house akes a vote and rejects the deben ture plan its advocates in Ihe sen ate will be constrained to yield and he bill will be passed with deben tures eliminated The senate vote on rejection of the report wag 48 to 43 as com pared with 47 to 44 nt the time the ilan was written into the bill after President Hoover had outlined his opposition to It on ten counts The issued by the president after the vote yesterday made his position even more emphatic say ngi Adds Further Delay The vote in the senate today at Jest adds further delay to farm re lief and may gravely jeopardize the enactment of legislation In reject ing the report of the senate and house conferees which report was agreed to by members of both par ties the senate has in effect te jectod a bill which provides for the creation of the most important agency ever set up in the govern ment to assist an industry The pro posed federal farm board endowed with extraordinary authority to re organize the marketing system In the interest of the farmer to stabil ize his Industry and to carry out these arrangements in conjunction with farm cooperatives with a cap ital of five hundred million dollars as an earnest indication of the seri ousness of the work It Is a proposal for steady upbuilding of agriculture onto firm foundations of equality with other industry and would re move Ihe agricultural problem from politics and place it In the realm of business The conferees bill carried out the plan advanced In the campaign TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 4 Nashua Child Accident Victim Getting Weaker Chicago Salesman Autoist May Face Charge of Manslaughter BULLETIN NASHUA June Cunty 3 yciir old accident vic tim was slightly conscious but wealicr today Physicians state that ns a last resort an opera tion may hn attempted to rc movo pressure on the brain ivliich has left the childs right oye and left arm paralyzed EW HAMPTON June the possibility of answer ing a charge of manslaughter L G Koepke Chicago salesman is out on bond to appear before the Chick asaw county grand jury NE i 1 V Mrs Lena Krumme Waukou j TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 3 His arrest at Waterloo by Sheriff C A Upham followed Koepkes at r tempt to escape after ma cur had is being sought for an Persia retaliatory icstruck 3 year old Franris Cantv a M year old girl here Monion hrls becn in tncse colln near his home u mile south ol J tries as well as Nashua yesterday morning The Formal protests against the ar flff also have been filed by Spam afternoon charge on which Koepke was held was failure to report an uccidcnt Is Still Unconscious The child who was walking down J the highway with his grandmother Mrs Julius Schultz withWhom ho j lives when the accident occurred was still unconscious today If he dies Koepke will face n charge of manslaughter i The boy was walking north on I 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 Traced to Wnvcrly The driver of the car stopped j picked up the child and took him into the house and then saying he was going for he e was traced to Waverly where li opped in a filling station uul u XLKN TO PAGE i COLUMN 2 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen I reckon our society could do better but its mighty hard to support a missionary an a milliner too
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