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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DALY PAPER Edited forthe Home AND MASON CITY PAILY TIMES M E EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 13 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 212 FRENCH FLYERS OFF FOR PARIS House Stands With Hoover 2 PASSED SEEKING othersPass PLANS REMOVAL Representatives Vote 250 W to 1 13 to Support White House ASHINGTON June 13 LT house today backed up The the views of President Hoover by re jecting the export debenture plan of farm relief The vote was 250 to 113 The house acted on a bill largely of its own making It had been passed early in the session to set up stabil isation corporations to handle the problem of farm surpluses The sen ate inserted into it a plan whereby debenture certificates could be is sued on exports of agricultural pro ducts and be redeemed by Import ers who could use them In paying duties Neither President Hoover nor the house would agree to the idea and fast the bouse conferees stood against senate pressure for it The motion onwhich the vote was taken read Resolved that the cun ferees of the house on the disagree ing vote of the two houses on H R 1 official designation of the bill be instructed m jCOnferenqo1 to jn strlJdngTout of debenture plan 10 Bond Issues By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IOWA primary road improvement funds were larger to day as the result of bond issues ap proved yesterday in Hamilton Pot tawattanue and Franklin counties Seventysix counties have now voted about in bonds and if even scheduled elections are favor able the total will be increased to about 5100000000 Hamilton county yesterday au thorized in bonds by vote of 1684 to 1023 in 21 precincts Webster City the county seat ap proved the bonds 1116 to 105 The issue will pave Nos 15 and 20 and gravel No 60 A 4 to 1 majority was given a issue in Pottawattamle county the count being 1930 to 480 Only 9 per cent of the normal vote was registered In Council Bluffs the project won 1093 to 67 With a first issue of these funds will pave Nos 30 32 and 75 and gravel No 4 Altho 13 ofthe 22 precincts de feated it Franklin county approved a 5650000 issue supplementing bonds The vote showed nearly a 2 to 1 to 474 Hamptons count was571 to 43 in favor of the bonds The funds will and 65 supervisors pecjal elec THREE FRENCHMEN FLYING THE ATLANTIC TO PARIS Representative Hatigen of Iowa rased the farm question to day the actual was offered by Reoresentative Tilson of Connec ticut the republican leaderl who in makingvit said This votewill bring an out and out conclusion as to whether the plan shall go in or stay sut I be lieve it is the surest and quickest way of getting farm relief enact ment A few minutes after Ibe house cleric had announced the outcome of the ballot Senator Robinson of Arkansas the democratic senate leader indicated he would carry out p his announced intention of abiding 5 by the decision of the house Robin son has been a leader of the move in the senate in behalf of the de benture and has been insistent upon a direct vote by the house on the proposition It now is expected he will recede irom his ppsitlon and not continue to press for further senate approval of the plan The debenture proposition which Hoover had attached twice in public statements and which he had termed a subsidy was voted down on a rol call vote at the insistence of the senate which had approved it on two occasions Paves Way for Passage A number of senators had beer represented however as demanding the inclusion of the plan in the bill in order that the house members could be recorded on It Todays ac tion was regarded by adminlstra TUKN TO PAGE H COLUMN 5 IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Thursday night and Friday rising temperature Thursday night in west and cen tral portions anil In cast and south portions Friday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a m Thursday Warmest Wednesday fir Coolest In Night 48 At 8 A M Thursday 60 Rainfall 04 Wednesday was one of those days that are best forgotten Chilly fog gy misty dismal able in about all the known ways And sad to relate its successor Thursday started out along aorre what similar lines Appinoose county yesterday authorized a Upn June 27 oata 350 000 issue af ter petitions with 2 385 signatures were received 7 PAVING TO START HAMPTON June erations on primary road No 10 are expected to start this summer with ths carrying of a bond is sue for Franklin county yesterday The vote was light standing 663 to 474 in favor of the issue Hampton with only 614 out of a possible 1600 votes cast fovored the project 571 to 43 Only six Coulter electors cast their ballots against the issue while 37 expressed their approval The surprise o fthe elec tion was the heavy vote against the issue in Grant township There 64 voters opposed the bonding and only Above is the Yellow Bird in which Armeno Lotti top right Rene LeFcvre center and Jean Assolnnt Frenchmen took olf from Old Orchard Beach Thurs day morning for Paris They ex pect to reach their destination early Saturday morning To the left nro Capt Lewis Yancey left and Roger Q Williams who escaped injury when their Green Flash was damaged in uu attempted takeoff for Rome Portland Youth Reported to Be on Bird hire werein favor It tbol the township would favor paving as highway 65 which is paved runs thru the township and the lor that project had previously celved Its support Nurriber 10 how ever does not pass thru the Grant township The issue calls for the paving of the entire length of highway 10 thru Franklin county from three miles west of Dumont to Alexander It is thotUie stretch from Hampton to the Butler county line will be com pleted this summer Thompson Board Secretary THOMPSON June K Isaacson has tendered his resigna tion as secretary of the Thompson independent schools to take effect at once Mr Isaacson has accepted a position with Armis and Rohling farm Loan Corporation of Council Bluffs as farm inspector and will begin his duties June 20 OWAN HEADS TRUST COMPANY A L Gates 34 Becomes President of New York Firm NEW YORK June 13 tcmas L Gates a native of Cedar Rapids Iowa has been elected pres ident of the New York Trust com pany to succeed Harvey D Gibson who becomes chairman of the exe cutive committee Gates who is in his thirtyfourth year holds the dis tinguished service medal of the Uni ted States the distinguished flying cross of Great Britain and the French Croix de Guerre for service in the World war Hia wife is the former Alice T Davison daughter of the lalo Henry P Davtson part uer in J P Morgan and company AUIson Bankers Attend Picnic ALLISON June State Bank of Allison closed early Tues day afternoon so that the bank of cials and their families could attend the annual picnic of Butler county at Shell Rock Thousands in Hunt for Abductors of Idahoan Bandits Attack Lieutenant Governor and Bind Him to Tree OROFINO Idaho June 13 Several thousand men and boys searched this mountainous country today for tbe four young bandits who yesterddy abducted W B Kimie lieutenant governor of Idaho and two men who attempted to rcs Kinne escaped uninjured after he had been tied to a tree by bis ab ductors W L Tribbey of an Idaho loan association and Paul Kille a lumber worker attempted to rescue Kinne when the bandits hailed his automobile Kille was shot in the leg and clubbed over the head and Trib bey was badly beaten Motive Was Hobbery Robbery and theft of Kinnes au tomobile apparently were the mo tives for the abduction Kinne said the bandits intimated the need of drove away again a car to rob a store at Pierce lum ber town in this region caused the double holdup The robbers took 5200 from Tribbey and Jl1 from the lieutenant governor Will Rogers BEVERLY HILL3 June IS Another great nation owes Lind bergh a debt of gratitude for an entirely new reason He help ed aviation for us when it was at its lowest ebb Well mar riage among prospective monarchsin England was never at a low er ebb than when Lindbergh set them his ex cellent example He drove us to altar I know the prince was about thru an a sport when I heard he had taken up golf Now we will see if the photographers muff this wedding They will fol low every sedan that leaves Lon don from now on Itn a great Uniting of Windsor Castle and Minneapolis Yours WILL ROGERS FARMER AT NASHUA PILOTS AUTOMOBILE INTO OPERA HOUSE NASHUA June Andrew Kinne traveling from Lcwiston to farmer living near here his home here was attacked by the drove right In the opera house but bandits shortly after leaving Lewis ton They boarded his car and ordered him into the rear Near Orofino Kinne said a front tire blew out and the car catapulted into a ditch No one was hurt When Tribbey and Kille drove up they started to assist the wreck vic tims and were greeted with drawn pistols In trie struggle that ensued Kille was shotjn the leg and bat tered unconscious with a gun butt The robbers then took Tribbeys car loaded the three men into it and drove for the mountains Drove Aimlessly After several houri of aimless driving they stopped near Greer nine milessoutheagt of here tied the men to trees left one of their num ber to guard them and drove asvay Keur hours later the three bandits returned got their companion and Kinnc and his companions es caped in n few minutes Kille not seriously hurt was brot to a hos pital hove he didnt drive right out agajn The reason he didnt was because he drove hi3 auto into the basement and the machine operated more ef ficiently going down hill then it did backing up Mr and Mrs Laird parked their car in front of the opera house while they listened to the band concert here last night and when they were ready to go home found themselves hemmed in by other cars Mr Laird thot he could get out if he drove ahead a little Here he experienced difficulty for when he stepped on the gas the foot feed stuck and over the curb they went The car whlrzcd merrily up the driveway smashed a ladder stand ing in the way and broke thru the OLD ORCHARD Maine June 13 that a youth had stowed away in the Yellow Bird be fore It took off for Paris today re ceived some credence this after noon Arthur Schreiber 22 Portland was said by two other youths to have crawled into the big plane while the motor was being warmed up A youth named Clark called at the Schreiber home and told Mrs Morris R Schreiber that he and Schreiber tried to stow away but IP that only Schreiber was successful Mrs Schreiber said her son came home late Wednesday night and donned khaki pants and leather jacket Two men who claimed they saw a stowaway enter the ship said he wore such clothes Joint Probe of 2 Liquor Deaths Asked WASHINGTON June 13 Creation of a joint congres sional committee to study methods of enforcing prohibition laws by fed eral officials was asked in a resolu tion today by Representative Schafer republican Wisconsin He proposed a appropria tion to meet expenses Schafer has been active In denouncing recent shootings by federal officers in pro hibition enforcement The measure declared the exces sive toll of lives taken by fcderil agents had culminated in an assassination at International Falls Minn and caused the cit izens of the republic to be fearful that their lives may he snuffed out at any time they traverse the pub lic highways 2IOWANSHURT IN PLANE CRASH Ship Nosed Over in Field in Landing Attempt Near Des Moines DES MOINES Tuns 13 Taylor Des Molncn lies near death in a local hospital and Tom Miller Des Moines is suffering from seri ous wounds the result of an airplane crash early today The plane said to be privately owned nosed over breaking the landing gear and propeller when it landed in a field owned by James Newell a farmer Newell found the two injured men Id the plane Taylor was said to be a student pilot of Miller G A R ELECTS VILLISCAMAN Ottumwa Wins Convention of Iowa Civil War Vet crans in 1930 FORT DODGE June 13 Af ter voting to meet at Ottumwa next year the Iowa department of the Grand Army of the Republic yes terday elected 3 W Ewlng of Villla ca commander He succeeds J W Stratton of Creston Joseph Pratt of Fort Dodge was chosen senior vice commander L A Devendorf of Eldora junior vice commander Dr L J Leech of West Branch medical director and C L Wilson of Wapello chaplain On the council of administration is A C Stone of Ottumwa J T Lucas of Marshalltown will be delegate at large and Eugene Al len of Cedar Rapids alternate tn broad basement door of the opera the national encampment at Port house Mr Laird who had been land Maine Among district dele busily engaged in maneuvering the gates arc J T Smith of Burlington car on its unexpected journey wasjflrit Fred Worth of Davenport uninjured and Mrs1 Laird was only t second A C Stone of Oltumwa shaken up 1 seventh DAWES TO VISIT BRITISH PREMIER Ambassador Expected to In vite MacDonald to Come to U S LONDON June 13 was stated authoritatively today Am bassador Dawes would travel to Scotland Sunday to meet Premier MacDonald at Forres a little town 17 mllcn from Lossiemouth where the premier li spending a short va cation The aew ambassador will be re ceived by King George at Windsor Castle Saturday when he will pre sent his credentials the presenta tion taking place possibly within 48 hours of his landing at Southamp ton from the Olympic It was said plans for the pre miers projected visit to the United States depended upon the message brot him by Ambassador Daes who was assumed generally to have been authorized to convey a cordiel invitation to Mr MacDonald AGENT IS FREE WASHINGTON June 13 iongressional irritation over the use of guns by federal agents enforcing the prohibition and anil imuggling laws was regarded today as having been alleviated slightly only the finding of Representative Robert H Clancy of Michigan in his personal investi atlon of the fatal shooting of Arch bald Kugster zl on the banks of the Detroit river Bugaters death was the second within a week since the intensifi cation of the governments effort to stop liquor smuggling across the Canadian border and aroused con siderable unfavorable comment in Congress Clancy who demanded a thoro In yestigatioii by the attorney general and went to Detroit to look Into tbe SEND TROOPS TO DESERT OUTPOST French Foreign Legion on Way to Aid Besieged Garrison RABAT Morocco June 13 Eight battalions of the French For eign Legion prize troopg of the Sahara were being rusher by motor truck today to succor remnants of a French native troops detachment at the desert post Ait Yakoub Two thousand dissident Moorish tribesmen have Invested the post on three sides and some fear was melt for the detail its number already depleted by an ambush at the foot of the Atlas mountains June 9 Those besieged at the post includ ed the remainder of the two com panies of Senegalese Infantry and the company of Moroccan camel corps who in ambush lost 33 dead 10 seriously wounded and 83 others missln or dead with Representative Clar McLeod of Michigan an matter enee J nounced there last rilght that ho had found the shooting Justified Officer Absolved of Blame Jonah Cox tbe customs border mtrol inspector involved in the Sugster investigation was absolved of all blame Clancy and Prose cutor James E Chenot after one of the slain youths companions on he night of the shooting admitted that they had been attempting to run 35 cases of liquor across the riv er and bad failed to halt when or dered to do so by the agent The story published by the De rolt Free Press today to the effect that a big combine of Great Lakes um runners had been formed to hwart the governments antismug gling efforts between Buffalo and TURN TO PAGE 29 COLUMN 13 CENSUS BILL IS GIVEN HOOVER Senate Approves Conference Report by Vote of 48 to 37 WASHINGTON June 13 The senate today approved the cen bill and rent Lo the white house the first of the major legislative proopsals of the extra session By a vote of 48 to H7 the conference report adjusting dif ferences with house was adopt ed The house previously had acted YANKEE PLANE IS DAMAGED IN TRY FOR START Yellow Bird Makes Fine Takeoff for Flight Across Atlantic BULLETIN OLD ORCHARD Miilne Juno 13 Yellow Bird Paris hound nnd been unroportecl for more thuii tlireo hours nt oclock this afternoon No fears were expressed for its safety however ORCHARD Maine June 13 French monoplane Ycl ow Bird with three young French men aboard thia noon was believed o be winging its way over the At antic on its way to Paris after a akcoff from the beach hero The light keeper at Matinicur lock 28 miles out to sea and about 10 miles cast along the Maine coast rom Old Orchard reported that the ellow plane passed over at a in C S T just ono hour anci ive minutes after it took the air icrc The piano was then about 1000 reet high and flying very fast While he Parisbound plane was off to a jood start the Green Flash which Roger Q Williams and Lewis A Yanccy planned to fly to Rome was srriashed on the beach Both the fly ers escaped injury as the plane nosed over breaking its propeller and left wing and causing other serious damage Jean Assolant youthful French pilot who was married but Hires days ago got the bigBernard plane off the beach in easy fashion With him were Armeno Lotti jr sponsor and radio operator and Rene LeFevre navigator Report Stowmvny It was reported that they had an mitivited guest a youth who slower away while the motor was being warmed up No confirmation could be obtained Lotli had told coast guards that he would not broadcast until he was 1000 miles out to sea which would probably be some time tonight Approximately an hour behind the Yellow Bird a coastguard am phibian piloted by Lieut L M Mel ka was following the same course as a precautionary measure Melka was with the French plane Cor the first half hour of its iiight but turned about when he rcceverl a report that the Green Flash haJ cracked up Slartcrl Two Weeks Ago The French plane got away two weeks ago but was forced to return after 20 minutes because of a leak TURN TO PAGE II COLUMN 3 WOMAN TO TRY FOR AIR MARK Illinois Aviatrix to Seek Aiti tude Record in Few Days MOLINE 111 June 13 i Phoebe Omiie representative of the j Mono Aircraft corporation who re turned to Moline last evening from Detroit where she attended the state air tour announced today thai she will attempt an altitude record n Moline sometime next week Mrs Omiie leaves for Memphis Tenn tonight to participate in the dedication of an airport there and expects lo return to Moline Monday or Tuesday The altitude attempt will be matin soon after the barograph ordered from Washington arrives in Mcline White House Denies Thai Secretary of Labor Will Resign WASHINGTON June 13 UFI Widely published reports that Sec retary Davis of lhfi Inbnr depart ment would resign within a short time and be succeeded by A Filenc of Boston were rlcnled today at the whitehouse Davis in becoming 3 member of tbe Hoover cabinet ngrced to ser for one year to complete activities which he had initialed within o department It was said today at thn white house that no change had been mai in this fnjurlcB Trove Fatal DES MOINES June J3 juries received when he was struck by an automobile caused the death last night of C L Dahlberg 79 AUNT HEX By Robert Quillcn Pa aint never been stub born since that time I told him not to push meat down in the sausage grinder with his finger wliile 1 was turn in1 it   

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