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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North1 Iowa Edited for the Home AND MASONCITY HOME EDITION XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 15 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICENO 214 EPAIRS DELAY YELLOW BIRD Ohio State Vrofessor Held in Murder Case As Yellow Bird Left Old Orchard Paris Bound President Signature to Revised Farm Bill DEBENTURE IS NOT INCLUDED IN NEW MEASURE Both Houses Approve Revised Conference Bill WASHINGTON June 15 with President Hoovers signature of tho dc bcntureless farm hill today Senator Norrls republican Ne braska announced he would of fer the export proposition as an amendment to the tariff hill and thereby revive the move in con gress for this plan of controlling crop surpluses June 15 President Hoover with a stroke of the pen today placed in effect the new farm relief policies which his administration had drawn to el loviate the ills of agriculture Climaxing months of campaign ing preinauguration activities and congressional controversy the pres ident with ceremony appropriate to such an event wrote his name across the farm measure and there by placed it upon the statute books The signature was affixed in the presence of a group of congressional leaders which included Vice Presi dent Curtis Speaker Longworth Secretary Hydo of the department of agriculture and a number pf farm leaders of sen of work by agriculture committees of the two houses diiys dispute between two determined bodies and countless hours of de bate were r closed late yesterday with the senate finally accepting the bill without the export deben ture plan so steadfastly objected to by Hoover After this final action at the cay Itol the measure was rushed to the white house so that no time would be lost in its presentation to the chief executive who immediately made arrangements for todays cer emonies The new farm law embodies nn authorization for an appropriation of 5500000000 to be used by the federal farm board in an effort to solve the surplus crop situation thru a series of stabilization cor porations and commodity councils 9 Members on Board The farm board will consist of nine members eight to be appoint ed by the president while the secre tary of agriculture wil make the ninth Speculation already has been going the rounds over whom the chief executive will select and a number of names have been men tioned for the posts Enactment of the farm bill marked the achievement of the first goal set by Hoover in calling the special session The tariff the other major question still remains before the senate In signing the bill today however Hoover had the satisfaction of knowing that one of the major problems of the campaign had been acted upon despite predictions by opponents that the farm law would prove inadequate IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday probably local thunderstorms slightly warmer Saturday night in south cen tral and extreme cast portions i LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Saturday Warmest Friday 77 Coolest in Night 54 AtSA M Saturday 70 Fridays maximum temperature was 16 degrees above that of Thurs day and the forenoon indications Saturday were that Saturday would see an increase over Fridays maxi mum The wind was from the south and the sun was shining with an unusual brilliance V Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal June say a baboon if he gets his hand into a hole in a pumpkin will fill up his fistjf7 and then not know how to get his hand out Instead of emptying Ii i s hand he leaves it in there till the pumpkin rots That has s always struck the world as be ing the limit as an example of attacking a problem from WILL ROGERS the hardest possible angle and it took our congress to beat it For over three months they have had their hand in the pumpkin and had a fist full of diebenture rM all they had to do was to v i on it which theydidnt do tll yesterday The first hour that they met last April they could have had their answer Dp you favor a subsidy or any nature of agriculture The answer would hstve been overwhelmingly no and they would have had their fist out empty right where it is Now so endeth the parable of the baboon Yours for research WILL ROGERS CITIZENS SEND HOOVER APPEAL INRUMDEATH Vfinnesotans Ask Presi dent to Curb Arro gant Lawlessness INTERNATIONAL FALLS Minn 1 June 15 contest betwen federal and state officials for the custody of E J White borderpa trolman charged with killing Henry Virkkula loomed today as this Ca nadian border town waited for ac lion from President Hoover to whom has been sent an appeal for relief from what citizens described as arrogant lawlessness on the part of patrolmen The message to the president was Sispatched from here last night fol lowing filing of a charge of second degree murder against White ac cused of killing the Big Falls con fectioner last Saturday night while searching for liquor runners The patrolmans bearing on Hie charge has been set for July 2 and he was remanded to jail in default of bond while it remained uncertain whether he would be tried in a federal or state court L L Drill United States district attorney at St Paul announced that he has been instructed from Washington by Attorney General Mitchell to petition for removal to he federal courts of the case against White who since the shoot ing has been in the custody of Koochiching county officials David Hurlburt county attorney here held to his original plans to day to fight any effort of federal officials to take the case out of the state courts Assistant Secretary Lowman of the treasury baa taken the stand that White was acting within his authority under the and bas a perfect defense Body Found on Rifle Range Girl Had Been on Date COLUMBUS Ohio June 15 T Myers employe of the state department of agri culture and Prof James H Snook of the Ohio State univer sity school of veterinary medi cine were held on formal charges of investigation by Col umbus police today after they had bceh questioned in connec tion with tho hammer killing Thursday night of Miss Thcora K HLv Ohio State coed pOLtTMBUS Ohio June 15 Death of Theora Hix pretty ost graduate at Ohio State univer sity whose mutilated body was found on a rifle range and identified last night by school companions who had known her as a quiet studious co ed was the subject of intense police nvestigation today as search was made for an unknown person with whom she had a date on the night of her death Two boys found the body yester day when they to the rifle range to practice The head had been punctured 17 times The throat and body bore deep gashes Features Unrecognizable Seven hours later Alice and Bea rice Bustln slaters who roomed with the girl near the university hospital identified the body thru personal ef fects after notifying police of her absence Thefeatures were unrecog nizable ji Police learned that the girl jone tpthe hospital Thursday night Lo inquire about part time employ ment there to defray expenses at the school of medicine during the uumnier semester At oclock she left telling Bertha Dillon switchboard operator that she hac to keep an engagement and that she would return before 10 oclock She failed to reappear at the hos pital or her home but it was not until late yesterday that alarm was felt for her safety the girls room mates believing she had spent the night with friends Mentioned Dato Their surprise that she had men tioned a date started authorities on a line of investigation which re vealed that several times she had been recently with a man about 40 years old driving with him in a small automobile Her campus friends said she never bad shown interest in university social life aa that she never to their knowledge had made dates with the few men she knew They said she was secre tive and that they knew little mor than that her home was In Braden town Fla Whether sba met the man men tioned to police was not known Off cials also were uncertain that th assault was committed at the de serted rifle range but they declare the girl made a terrific attempt t save herself A wrist watch stoppec at 10 oclock the hour she was du at the hospital Police said it wa broken during the struggle DECORAHMAN ELECTROCUTED Workman on Scaffold Come Into Contact With Wire DECORAH June working at building a scaffold on one of the Annundsen buildings Frl day evening Herman Bucr came in contact with an electric wire o heavy voltage and was instantl killed He was employed by Con tractor A F Coffeen Flyers Failure to Reach Paris Laid to Youth Daughter of Former Hampton Couple Dies HAMPTON June was received here Friday of the death of Jacqueline Bohnhoff 3 year old daughter of Mr and Mra TO TC Bohnhoff at their home in Montevideo Minn after a short illness The Bohnhoff family were residents of Hampton until three months ago when Mr Bohnhoff who is a bookkeeper for Swift and company was transferred to the Minnesota town Central Press telephoto of the French plane Yellow Bird snapped as It left tho sands of Old Orchard Bench Maine on Its transAtlantic flight In addition to its crew Armcno Lotti Jean Assoliint and Rene Lofevre tho Yellow Bird carried a stowaway a Portland Maine youth NAB GANG OF COUNTERFEITERS Ring Also Supplied Licenses to Practice Medicine Officers Claim CHICAGO June 15 persona five already under arrest have been indicted by the Cook county grand Jury as members of a nationwide ring of counterfeiters supplying fake medical and dental licenses to those having to pay for them Pat Roche chief investigator or tlie states attorney said he ex pected further inquiryraight show officials of the Illinois state depart ment of registration were impli cated He based the belief partly on the fact that several of the licenses Issued by the ring appeared genuine Headquarters of the ring were maintained in Springfield the state capital with agents in Chicago St Louis New York and elsewhere The Springfield headquarters and the evident genuineness of some of the licenses and reciprocity letters led officials to believe that officials state department of registra tion and education might be In volved Those in custody are Harry Gold stein alias Senator Browsky Springfield representative Albert Karl Barren believed to be the agent conducting negotiations be tween license purchasers and Gold stein Dr Marcus Kalmus Marcy hotel New York alleged eastern representative under arrest in Pittsburgh Dr Robert Lentine al leged western representative ar rested in St Louis and L Mitchell Blaine Chicago Peter Marcia and Henry Granger both of Chicago named as agents of the ring are sought Goldstein was arrested In Spring field yesterday when he was issu ing a license to Barren Rocke said Following a telephone conversation with Goldstein heard by investi gators Barron went to Springfield in custody of a detective and paid to Goldstein for the license authorities declared Dawes Finds King George Delightful WINDSOR Eng June 15 fl1 the lofty towers of Windsor caatle Gen Charles G Dawes bowed to King George todayand presented iis credentials as new American ambassador to Great Britain The reception for the American by his majesty occupied a brief half hour and passed without unusual inci former vice president was dent The accompanied to the ancient scat of royalty by Mrs Dawes Ray Ather ton embassy counselor and Arthur Henderson secretary for foreign af fairs in the MacDonald cabinet State carriages drawn by high white horses met the party at the train which brot them from Paddington station and conveyed them to the castle After the formal official greeting of the British sov ereign to the new American diplo matic representative the envoy and his party returned to the railway station and left for London from where he expected toleave shortly to visit Prime Minister MacDonald in Scotland I found the king delightful the ambassador said after the cere mony I dont know what the usual ceremony is but I just pre sented my credentials to him I found his majesty looking very well After the ceremonial he asked me to stay and for a half hour chatted with me on various subjects Temperance Legion at Cresco Gives Program CRESCO June day was observed Friday by the Loyal Temperance Legion when its mem bers and those of the W C T U en tertained the mothers of the L T L A program in charge of Mrs S M Culbert was given by the junior society Those taking part were Ruth Arnold Gladys and Mildred Bloss Jane Combs Josephine Moen Helen and Earl Thomas Dawn Wer han and Dora Wildman A talk was given by the county president Mrs J Hammond of Lime Springs Supper was served by the commit tee In the dining room of the Meth odist church Cresco Farmers Plan GetTogether Picnic CRESCO Juno in the vicinity of Cresco are to hold a big gettogether picnic on the fair grounds Tuesday This will be spon sored by five farm organizations Cresco Cooperators United Ship pers Farmers Mutual Insurance As sociation Farmers Creamery Co and Howard CountyFarm Bureau The program will include music by the Protivin band speeches by Knute Espe secretary Iowa Co operative Livestock Shippers and E G Dunn of Mason City There wil also be sports of various kinds with races tugofwar and acrobat per formances by the Kelly family of Elma M G FUGITIVE GETS SENTENCE Sen Kris Pleads Guilty in Federal District Court at Fort Dodge FORTDODGE June 15 Lf Ben Kris fugitive from justlci since three years ago when ho lefi VTason City to avoid a charge 01 raud following the bankruptcy of ila clothing store there was seii enced to 80 days in the Webster county jail at Fort Dodge Kris who was arrested by the de lartment of Justice in Brooklyn N Y pleaded guilty before Judge George C Scott in federal district court at Fort Dodge It was alleged he had persuaded two men to testify falsely that he had lost 51500 thru his creditors following hig bankruptcy It was charged by the prosecution thai Kris had lost the money gambling pOMILLAS Spain June 15 Whatever young Arthur Schreib er may think of his action in stow ing away aboard the French trans Atlantic monoplane Yellow Bird the 22 year old Portland Maine youth a good share of the blame for the Yellow Birds failure at least to reach French soil Rene LeFevre the pianos navi gator was quite definite in thinking that the stowaway was responsible We may consider ourselves really very fortunate altho we much rei gret that we could not reach the goal of our voyage Because of the presence of our clandestine pas senger his weight caused a higher consumption of gasoline and forced us to come down still short of Lc Bourget said LeFevre The French aviators were greatly uzzled to know how Schreiber was able to get aboard the plane which was supposed to have been closely vatched until the moment of the departure from Old Orchard Wanted to Beat Him When Schrelbers presence was irst discovered by us I admit we elt such of anger that we were on he point of beating him said Le Fevre We felt that he had not only eopawlized all our elaborate plans Jut had even imperilled our lives Then we began to feel sorry for him and finally simply accepted him as our companion much as the added burden worried us We had headed toward the ship lane but In the middle of Thursday night a strong wind and rainstorm made us change our course We tho of fighting on thru by rising to great height We rose in fact up t TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 PARIS MAY NOT SEE 4 FLYERS UNTIL SUNDAY Plane Taken Up on Test Flight From Beach in Spain WEATHER NEXT WEEK Weather outlook for week begin ning Monday June 17 For the up per Mississippi and lower Missouri and the northern and central great near normal or above much of week showers and thunder storms rather frequent Bremer and Hardin Vote Bond Issues By ASSOCIATED TKESS With the voting of bonds by Har din and Bremer counties yesterday 77 Iowa counties have authorized nearly 595000000 in primary rood improvement bond issues Hardin county approved a 51300 000 Issue and also authorized 5500 000 bonds for secondary road work Bremer county voted a second is sue of 5400000 By ballotling 2423 to 6HS for the primary road Hnrdin county made possible surfacing of the last uu paved stretch on the Jefferson highway in the state For the 247 miles outside that county the road Is either paved under contract for paving or bonds have been voted previously Almost continuous sur facing of highway No 20 also was provided The secondary road issue which passed 2241 to 857 will gravel more than 100 miles of township roads recently added to the second ary system The Bremer county bonds sup plementing 5900000 voted In 1827 passed 1604 to 616 with all but three small precincts reporting The new issue will pave the remainder of No 10 across the county IOWAN BEGINS PLANE RELAY Anderson Changes Ship Four Times in Try for Record DES MOINES June 15 C Anderson local aviator today continued his oneman two plane airplane relay Four times up to 10 a m he changed planes taking less than six seconds to crawl out of one and into the other At that hour he passed the eighteenth hour in his flying marathon Anderson who hopes to try for the endurance flying mark for re fueling a plane while in the air is staging his marathon to get into training for the longer more monot onous grind of staying in the air continually He plans to continue switching from one plane to another every four or five hours until he has completed 48 hours of marathon fly ing He changed planes the fourth time at a m W1NONA PEST IS MURDERED IN ROOMING HOUSE Jealous Husband Admits Killing Wife Injured With Ball Bat WINONA Minn Juno IS Rev Father Nicholas Brommcnschenkcl 00 n Ko miin Catholic priest of the Ln Crosse diocese WHS foil nil shot to deiith in n rooming house hnro early today after wiint police sivld nn encounter between him and John Girn 05 who waa wounded In tho thigh Mrs Gira 48 had been clublied over the head polico siiid Chief of Police H C Riebau sai BULLETIN COMILLAS Spain Juno In Spanish mechanics check ing over the motor of tho French trimsAtlantic Yellow Bird this nfternoon discovered same slight duniiigo which would need about thrco hours to rn pair The French aviators will probably postpone Iheir depart ure for Lo Bonrget flyingHeld France until tomorrow OMILLAS Spain June in Tho French transAtlantic mon plane Yellow Bird took off from s landing place on the beach ncra ils afternoon but returned shorl y afterwards The three man crew Jean Assn Mit Rene LeFevrc tine ArmenoLoL i were accompanied by their slow way Arthur Shreiberof Frm ind Maine and it was generally nderstood that they were headed or their ultimate goal Le Bourget ut on their return they said that they had only made a test flight The aviators explained thru nn nterprcter later that they had de Ided not to leave for Le Bourget he ore 3 or 4 oclock this afternoon between 8 a m and 9 a m C S T Their test flight occurred at about 1pm The three man crew and thn youthful stowaway start for Franco after receiving gasoline and new landing gear apparatus for their piano They completed the eighth eastward airplane crossing of the Atlantic yesterday when shortage of fuel forced them clown on a racky beach west of here at p m C S T last night 500 miles short of their goal Lo Bour flying field Paris The three men were Joan Assol ant pilot Rene Lefevre navigator and Armeno Lotti Jr backer all Frenchmen The boy was Arthur Schreiber 22 year old American the son of Mr and Mrs M R Schreibor of Portland Maine who hid himself in the rear storage compartment of the plane until after it had started He then made himself known to thn three aviators and continued the night with them The piano in alighting here dis appointed thousands who waited at Le Bourget for it until last night Assolant who married a New York girl only five days ngo brot it to earth safely on the pebble strewn beach at Cape Oriambrc west of here completing 30 hours and 22 minutes of ing over a course of about 3500 miles Takeoff was ar Old Orchard Maine Thursday at a m C S T Stowaway Blamed Assolant blamed the stowaway Riiln Benefits Plymouth Gardens PLYMOUTH June re cent rain has already begun to show its effects in the gardens small fruits and the corn ground Decorah Recalls Its Founding June 1849 DECORAH June June 10 1848 William Day and family drove thru what is now Water street in a covered wagon and pitched camp where the present Winneshiek hotel stands Just back of the present hotel is the spring where the newcomers went for wa ter when they made their first camp Mrs Day in 1856 opened th old Winneshiek hotel which later became the property of Mc Claskey Former Resident to Preach at Plymoutl PLYMOUTH June Rev Kirk Anderson of Seattle Waih will preach it the Methodist church Sunday morning Mr Anderson Gira whose wife operates the roam ing house confessed shooting Father Hrommenschenkel and strik ing his wife over the head with a baseball bat Gira charged his wife shot him in the thigh but she said the pistol was accidentally dis charged as she sought to wrest it from his hand County Attorney Morris J Owen said Gira was jealous of his wifes ministrations to the priest who harl lived at the rooming house for five years and who Mrs Gira was nurs ing Mr and Mrs Girn were mar ried last January Both were held without charge pending an inquest Slate Budget Director Anticipates Balance of on July 1 DES MOINES June 15 car Anderson director of the bud get estimates the condition of tiie state treasury at the end of the bi ennlum July 1 will show a balance on hand of 5376072811 his fig ures being based on estimates of receipts and disbursements in the two year period The total amount of money avail able in the general fund during the biennlum will be 53616126373 from which there will be paid out 53240054162 in appropriation and for the general assembly ex pense for the quenlly fciel shortage and conse the failure to land nn grew to manhood on a farm twcen here and Mason Cltj bc Frcnch soil explaining it had been necessary to release Home of tha precious petrol from the tanks as soon as Schreiber was discovered aboard in order to gain height I had not counted on the extra weight when I estimated our fuel load he said The aviators seemed lo have de veloped a real fondness for their un invited guest and he for them Dur TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 7tJNT HET By Robert Quillen Los Angeles Man New Osteooathy Division Head DES MOTNES June 15 T J Ruddy of Los Angeles la the new president of the American On leopathic Society of eye ear nose and throat specialists Ed gives his wife plenty but he helps liis sister too an1 no income is biff enough to please a wife if another woman gets part of it   

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