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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CUT Tax Committee Will S1 Meet in Des Moines FROM PAGE 1 9f tax commissions and joint legls committees like our own in order that we may make a survey ott the taxation situation and the present or recommend statutes deal ing with St T The committee has been assisted by the legislative reference bureau connected wUh the state law library in sending our inquiry for informa Itpnffnin other legislative reference bureau To Relieve JJcal Estate Senator Clark asserted the fun damental problem which faces the committee in his opinion is to re lieve real estate from what haa be come an almost intolerable1 tax bur den This he said particularly ap plies to farms The only Teal way toohtain reduction of this burden the senator said is to obtain revenue from other sources It will be the duty of the com mittee to formulate and recommend to tne next special or regular ses sion of the logislature such proposed laws as will bring about a more equitable administration of the pres ent laws of assessment ofreal ana personal property V Clark added Any additional revenue that Would be raised should be used In i eduction of taxes levied on gen eral property the chairman con cluded Errimetsburg Woman Enrolls in Omnibus College for Summer EMMETSBURG July AmyfH Snbwden of Emmetsburga teacher in the Rodman schools has enrolled in the Omnibus college maintained by Southwestern college of WIriifield Kans With a group of college students and educators she willtour 25 states and two Canadian provinces starting July 12 The group will travel in busses covering a distance of 6000 miles on the tour They will visit museums several universities West Point and Annapolis also the most Important battlefields In the southern am eastern states and the homes and places pf the Americanhistory Classes will be conducted at most of these stops The industrial life of the south and east willbe studied and the art galleries churches and cathedrals lr the large easterncities will be visit ed in Endurance Hop Ends as Motor Dies in Air CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 the half way mark in the attempt Fog which reduced visibility to a matter of a few feet had disap peared a low celling of heavy clouds had lifted andclear weather with moderate winds promised more fav orable conditions than the airmeu have experienced since they took off Friday afternoon They are fly ing against time with almost three days to go If they are to break the recognized mark of 172 hours 32 j minutes and one second Flyers Blore Cheerful With improved flying conditions the spirits of the pilots rose and in their notes they expressed confid ence that they will be able to remain aloft for along long time Ernest R Basham pilot of the re fueling plane which has been dubbed the flying milk wagon de clared the two men were more cheerful than they had been since j thefirst weariness of the long grind and the discouraging weather con ditions which marked the first two days of the attempt had struck them DIPLOMA WAR OP TO JUDGE Des Moines U Students to Learn if Degrees Are Legal Friday DBS MOINES July 2 bers of this years graduating class of Des Moines University will learn Friday whether they legally have received their college degrees Au order restraining the trustees from blacklisting the 60 members of the classby refusing to recognize the diplomas issued June 3 has been filed by attorneys for the students and the hearing is set for Friday r Judge F S Shankland who Is Britisher Tells of Rescuing 4 Flyers CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 oivri bengaljights and sent up some rochets then spent anxious mo ments wondering if they were seed They wereoverjoyed a little later to see the cralt turn in their direction and steam rapidly toward them The flyers were taken aboard and two hours after they were sighted their plane was lifted up by theEagles hoists and lodged on one of the decks Lieutenant Kilroy said Major Franco and his three compan ions were exceedingly cheerful de spite their danger Major Franco told the story their landing early Saturday mom ing June 22 just a week before they were picked up He said con ditions were on the journey with visibility greatly impaired by layers of clouds There was dense fog over the Azores in which they could find no break They knew they islands but if fbey attenipted tp fly low and get their exact bearings they probably Would crash 1 Fuel Was Exhausted exhausted because of having flown so long thru the fog After landing on the water they saw no ships for more than six days They took turns sleeping some one of the four always on thu lookout They had considerable rough stormy weather and bad aeas With their plane pitching heavily They were not seasick however and did not suffer Eajjh night they used some of their signal rockets firing the last of them when the Eagles lights finally were sighted JUDGES REFUSE CAPONESPLEA Superior Court Order Keeps Chicago Gang Leader in Jail PHILADELPHIA July 2 Chicago gang leader has lost the secondround of his battle to get out of the county prison where he is serving a years sen tence forcarrying a loaded pistol in this city After hearing argument on a peti tion to permit the gangsters release in bail pending the outcome of his apjpeal for a reversal sentence or anew trial Judges WilliamB Linn and Jesse B Cunningham ofthe state superior court yesterday handed dovm an order refusing it The appeal itself will not ne heard byMhe superior court until next October No further action in Ca pones behalf can be taken until then i Judge John U Walsh of the muni cipal court who May 17 accepted Capbnes plea of guilty and gave him the maximum sentence along withr his bodyguard Frank Cline last Saturday refused to reverse the seritence orgrant a new trial Capones application for freedom did not include Cline In their argu ments for his release in bail coun sel for Capone declared that their client had been to jail that tie crowd in the court room washostile that Judge Walsh was prejudiced against the defendant find that Capone did not have a fair trial At the close of the argument Cor nelius Haggarty Jr one of the lawyers who represented Capone at hisarraignment said it probably his fault that the gangster bad pleaded guilty I giiess it was my Ignorance Ifaggarty said Accuse Clarksville Man of Breaking Into House ALLISON July Henry V Burma arrested Jap Baker of Clarksville on a charge pf break Ing and entering a building in the daytime was brot before Jus tice of the Peace W P Miller and was bound over to the grand jury Baker about 4Q Iowa Train Wreck CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 bruised H M McDonald DreselHill Pa right hand cut Dr Charles Bagly Chicago j bruised leftelbow C C Carpenter Chicago bruised A Graham Des Moines leg bruised E J Ackley Chicago bruised shoulder Jean Brinkman Des Moines bruised Mrs JL Lockwood and two daughters Los Angeles bruised JlcCracken New Haven Conn ibruised German White Flags Are Now Souvenirs MONTPEZAT DE QUERCY France July 2 local physi cian cleared Up the mystery of what happened tothe five white flags carried by the Germans who crossed he lines Nov 8 toget Marshal terms A group of Trench soldiers seized them and tore thenj into small pieces for souvenirs Services Are Held at Joice for Victim of Accidental Shooting JOICE July funeral scr vices for Ttiora Trustem 43 farai er wno was found shot with a double barreled shot gun with which he had been hunting Friday were held here this afternoon at the Bethany Lutheran church at 2 oclock It was thot Mr Trustem accidentally shot himself while climbing over a fence He is siv vived by Mrs Trustem and a brother Knut Trustem Home Provides for Children ROME July 2 thousand Roman been provided with 200 recreation rooms and 120 stations for themedical care of poor chil dren Ranches lAllftpcraa Suxtkltrip Pacific Northwest Alaska D sesb Writ I 216 Ct Li DeiMoitei Adftruj MttbfJuncNofi 39 I nfail lo Pacjfie Railway I 216 Equitable Btdg Moinri Iowa would oven heat penetrate the center of a pot of beans YovD have to guess And guesswork is inevitable in Toasting coffee in bulk Thats Hills Bros roast coffee a few pounds at a time by their patented continuous Con trolledRoastingThis proc ess roasts every berry evenly and insures a uniform flavor HILLS BROS COFFEE Fraft from the arit vacutm pick Eatily efxcd vtlk Ike key O FREE BATTERY WATER and TEST Head Lights Adjusted Generators Repaired Magnetos Recharged Batteries Recharged OPEN EVENINGS OGREGERSON Phone 884 423 4th SL S sued the Injunctionordering Presi dent H C Way man to keep the school open to the end of the year after Dr T T Shields chairman of the trustees had declared it closed indefinitely after riots May 11 in which the board members wera rocked and egged by students will hear the application Diplomas were issued at the close of the school year by members of the faculty air of whom were dis missed by the trustees but they have not been recognized by the board members illss Edith M Rebinan board sec retary the petition sets forth has sentletters to the graduatesInfornj ing them that the trustees have ruled that therecorda of the school will not contain their names until they surrender the injunction di plomas which she coiled utterly without value Enjoining the trustees from fur ther criticizing the diplomas and en forcing entry of the proper credits and graduatipn of the seniors tn the university rolls is asked in the stu dents petition 1 Private Funeral Held at Wesley for Charles Bane WESLEY July funcrj al services were held at the farm i home southeast of town for Charles Bone 60 The body was taken to Dayton Mr Bone leaves a wife five children and four grandchil dren Coulter 6 Dows i COULTER July Cubs played Dows at Dows Sunday af ternoon The score was 64 in fa vor of Coulter Cubs To the 4th of July its flavor brings a merrier happier note DOES the Fourth mean a joyous motor trip away from the heat of the city 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