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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SU EDITION NO 133 UMUM y H I I MEASURE FAILS BY 3568 VOTE PASS RUM BILL Proposal to Legalize Bouts Turned Down Nearly 2 to 1 Ky I C KARTACK Associated Press Staff Writer kES MOINES March 13 Iowa hous of representatives toda refused to give its offici sanction to its judiciary com mittee bill creating a state ath letic commission to regulate boxing and sparring exhibi tions in Iowa The vote by which the bill failed to pass the lower house was 35 to 68 Those voting for the measure were Alken Albert Allen Baker Barnes W F Byers C Byers Cole Dean Ditto F W Elliott FInncrn Forsling Greene Hall Hansen Hayes Hoim gren Hunt Irwin Jensen F John j son Lomasy Mcllrath Miller Orr WV Paulson RawllnES Tlelmers Reno Rice Rydirii S ass Simmer V against thenicasure ore H Johnson Lov I iien 5 71 Wanted to Witliliold Vote Mrs Carolyn C Penflray represen tative from Jackstin county asked per mission not to vote on the bill but since the rule requiring all who were present to vote had been invoked she registered her vote as no The bill was sponsored by the Amer ican Legion It provided for tho cre ation a three member commission composed ot the athletic directors of tbestate educational Institutions at h Moffett Reappointed to Direct U S Air Service Admiral Will Be Able Complete FiveYear Program WASHINGTON March 13 The vateran hand ot Rear Admiral William A Moffett today took ovsi the control stick ot the naval air ser vice for another period of servico oca pita the belief ot a number ot higl ranking officers that the position o chief of the bureau of aeronautic should be passed around among Hoover however has re appointed him for another term and this will enable him to see the comply tlon of the five year naval alrcrau POSSIBLE ENTRY OF NATION INTO COURT DELAYED Roots Formula Must Get Senate OK at Decem ber Session W PASHINGTON March is T i Tho RootHurst arrangements for American adherence to tho world court has littlo chance to bo taken up for consideration by tho senate before the regular meeting of congresa in December Tho new formula as worked out by lime no and second in command In tho aimyj TUKN TO PAGE 9 COIAJMN 1 Defeat Predicted for Rebel Army at Torreon lown City Ames and Cedar Falls to serve without compensation i The commission was empowered un der the bill to make rules and regula tions governing 10 round boxing matches and to license clubs staging boxing matches Sneaking for the hill were Forsllng Allen Clark Reno Byers Simmer Greene Against the bill OBrien and Wearin spoke The house nmenfled a senate amend ment to the Simmer bill providing tor issuance of life insurances of or less without medical examination The liouse amendment by Allen provided such policy would be incontestable after one year Ailopt Aeronautics Bill Aeronautics committee bills estab lishing licensinglaws lor aircraft and airmen and adoption of federal air laws for Iowa aiid permitting cities and towns to build or establish air ports and levy taxes therefor were adopted by tho senate Tlia only opposing vote was to the TURN TO PAGE 9 COLUMN fi Federal Troops Continuing Trek to Stronghold of Revolutionaries MEXICO CITY March 13 faltroops Torreon effbrt to final arid crushing blow to the rebel movement centered there The forcesof General Calles moved northward from Rio Grande and Ca macho Zacatecas to attack the city as other government troops gave close pursuit to the rebel left wing whlcl had evacuated Saltillo and wns re tiring to Torreon Overwhelming defeat was predlctec for the rebel army with poslponemen of collapse of their cause possible onl in withdrawal to Chihuahua Citj Such withdrawal wouffl result prob ably In eventual dispersal across th building program This program was recommended by tho Morrow a r Cccil Hurst senate foreign relations committee be fore it reaches tho senate and Chair man Borah is unwilling toprocecfl with It pending action by the league council which meets in September proponents ot American adherence to tho court including Senator Walsh democrat Montana havo been hopeful that tho senate might ho able to act on tho proposal at the special sesalon which begins April 15 Ho and Sena tor Kwansonof Virginia the ranking democratic member ot tho foreign re lations committee both havo assured President Hoover who also favors ad herence to tho court of their approval tbeJRoot plan Altho the proposal tollows closely the language of the senate reservation to adherence bearing on advisory opinions by the court affecting the United States Itcontains modifica tions which make its reconsideration necessary Tho leasue refused to ac cept tho senate stipulation that ad isorv opinions should not be given by tho court without this govern ments consent In cases In which the Brownsville Greets Lindbergh HOOVER MOVES rSSne Warden Snook May Quit Job in Pen at Atlanta Resents Planting United States border to evade captur Meanwhile government bulletins r latcd a story of continued governmen successes These Included evacuatio of Saltillo by the rebels checking the advance at Mazatlan and return to the government of 1000 Indian troops at Naco Sonora Claims Rebel Failure Events led to a public statement by the President Fortes G that the re bellion had failed and that in a short time complete order would be restored IOWA FORECAST Unsettled and probably showers in cast portion Wednesday night anil Thursday rain turning to snow ill west portion Thursday nnd in west anil central portions Wednesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazetto weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a m Wednesday Highest Tuesday Above Lowest in Night 3fi Above At 8 A M Wednesday 31 Above Kainfall of an Inch Tuesday was almost a counterpart of its predecessor except that the drizzle was a little more disagreeable and the evening IOB was a bit denser 3n temperature tlio two dayo were almost Identical everywhere There was firm conviction in offi cial quarters that the battle for the possession of Torreon might never be fought and that the uprisingfor all its auspicious beginning might bo a nearly bloodless revolution It was pointed out that with exception ot the battle Ciudad Juarez at Monterey and a few other minor skirmishes tho revolt thus far has been practicallywithout bloodshed Gen Simon Agulrre brother ot Hen Jesus M Aguirre lias been execuU at Santa Lucreeia cra Cruz by Gfi AlejandroManic it was nnnpunei Aguirre surrendered to tho goveri TURN TO PAGE COLUMN SAYSlANDlflS NICE LOOKING Search Warrant Holdup Man Locks Women Up During Robbery of Homes OIL RESERVES Further Permits Be Issued Says President By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON March 13 Far reaching in the policies and operations ot the interior depart ment are being effected under tho Hoover administration with a rapidits vMch Iiaa startled official Washing Dr Hay laman Wilbur has been in charge ot the department only a week a new major policy that ot the complete conservation of govern ment oil in the ground has been adopted and a series ot changes made in administrative officers with eral rooro to follow la the near m United States has or claims to have an interest and Senator Borah wants to knowits position on tho maw form ula before proceeding DIMES MM GET HOIiGHTONSJOB Former Vice President Men tioned as Ambassador at London Picture on Back Page Spies in Federal Pen itentiary ATLANTA Go March 13 Continued planting of department of justlco agents In the federal pom tcntiary hero will result In Warden John Snook tendering his resignation has Informed Attorney General Mitchell in a letter forwarded to Washington three days ago Tho warden mada Known that ho had written Attorney General Mitchell to this effect yesterday in denying Will Rogers NEW YORK March for Texas for taking tho corned away from Oklahoma I havo heard ot a man being made a democrat by persuasion peculiai Ity of mind and mostly by pur chase But the great state of Texas is the first one to make a man or his two legged oqulva lent a democrat by act of leglsla ture They passed a bill Laying lr you aro a demo crat you have to stay a democrat You cant vote ROGERS one way one clec lion and one way the next If you are a man that changes your mind you are not a democrat It dont say anything about the republicans They can come over to tho democrats without commit ting bigamy Now hero Is a tip to my good friend Dati Moody the governor When a child la born of what Is suspected of democratic parentage brand It with the letter TJ on tho left hip then at election time Just run em thru tho chute and tally cm Tours WILL Copyright W29 EFFORT TO SET SPEED RECORD ENDS IN DEATH Lee Bible Dies While Traveling 202 Miles an Hour CEAN SPEEDWAY DAYTONA BEACH Fla March 13 Lee Bible crashed into the sand dunes here today and was killed while traveling at a peed of 202 miles an hour in nioro lu tUToseph St Dixon former Bovernoi of Montana has succeeded C Iin ns cliict assistant to the secre Finney has O Patterson as solicitor an bureau chiefs are to bo deposed as lireej Long Illness Is Fatal to Asa Candler Sold Interest in Manufac turing Plant for Picture on Page 5 ATLANTA Ga Jforcli 13 At lanta today mourned Asa G Candler n former drug clerk in a country phar msuy wlloso faith In a soft drink lor March Ot iid added yet ho had re CREEK RISES AS CUTTING OF DAM GETS STARTED Blasting Process Begii Under Serious Hand icap Here fairs ot that that ho has been making plans to to Europe this summer BO Ambassador ZO 1 L OUVUlill O It is also known here told of the incarceration ol j nnmn Ot 1 GtCl Peoples Gas and Electric com UioVennsylvania avenuo dam riplex racing machine The accident occurred three miles down the beach on the lorth end of the measured mile course tne machine spinning around on the course and plunging into the sand dune Bible a mechanic was tolled instantly when the 36 cylinder triplex racer in which he wab attempting to break the world s speed record of 231 miles an hour got ueyond control and crashed into the sand dunes Cameraman Killed A Pathe News cameraman I who was hit by the machine also was killed The accident happened at the far north end jof the course 1 The accident occurred after Bible had negotiated the mile run at 202 miles an hour The machine was demolished A panic reigned among spectators in the grandstand as cars and an ambulance rushed to the scene of the tragedy First reports reaching the timing pit were to the effect Bible ran too fav out to wards the water and in at tempting to correct his steer mg swung the wheel of the car Und was unable to bring it Shortly after inferenco that t Britain I was saitl to 1 uBhton the present prison NASHVILLE Tenn March 13 search warrant bandit who took 6700 in jewelry from two Nashville lomes yesterday is described as Ice looking young fellow who Is ol en seen walking on the uptown treets Tho man still attired In the clothes e wore when ha played deputy sher t and locked women up while he earched their homes during the morn ng walked into an antique shop dur ng tho afternoon and exhibited a dia mond brooch He was offered 11000 or the piece of jewelry He aslod 1500 The man hesitated when asked o allow the piece to bo appraised and saW Ive got to go The burglnr pretending to be a pro hibition officer hnfl looted the home of W K Lamb also in a fashionable Nashville reslrlenco section before the Waggoner robbery In both cases wo men who were along in tho house wer Intimidated by the man who locked them up while he searched the V uureail soon as their successors can bo founn Burlio lo Quit They are Charles K Burke in ot Indian affairs Wmflold oott commissioner oC pensions and Vllliam Spry commissioner of the neral land office who has been in 1 health for months The oil conservation policy als loscd yesterday by President Hoover n reply to questions of newspaper 0respondents was determined upon t conferences between tho president nd Ir Wrlibtir ntid seems to have produced conflicting reactions ipltol hill Senator Walsh ot Montana a demo crat whose prosecution ot tho naval oil lease investigations has nn ndelible Imprint upon congressional ilstory has questioned the authority of tho chief executive to refuse to is sue permits for further oil prospecting on the public domain when congress In the ircneril leasing act of April 1920 said that lenses for oil exploita tion In that domain may be issued Its O K With Kyc On the other hnnd Senator Nyo of IMUI brot him millions in the manu facluro coca cola The 73 year old annalist civic leader and philanthro pist died lato yesterday at1 Wesley Memoiinl hospital after an illness of more than two years The story ot Mr Canflters rise Is n story ot tho romance American business As the proprietor of an At lanta drug store more than 40 years ajo ho purchased the formula for coca cola for a reported price of and In Ml sold his interest in the immense coco cola manufacturing com pany for Advancing years caused him to re llnriuish active control ot tho business in IflU in favor ot his eon Charles Howard Candler nnd Mr Candler ambassador It is assumed le Ine to retire from that post and pos sibly from public lite President Hoover s maintaining his position that ho will make no diplo malic apolntments pending tho arrival ot his new secretary of state Henry L Stlmson but he is known to havo a very high regard for former vice presidents abilities That regard was formulated first during and immediately aftertho war when Mr Hoover was engaged in re lief work and Mr Dawes was a gen eral In the American expeditionary forces North Dakota chairman of the public TURN TO PAGE 9 COLUMN 2 Algona Man Alleges Inhuman Treatment ALGONA March W Xlcau lln has brot suit for divorce aprainst his wifo Hazel alleging cruel and in human treatment Buffalo Center Election Won by Large Majority BUFPAtO CENTER Mnnli In tho election for the members of the school hoard Momlns Damn andJohn Woodcock won by a sveat majlrlty 1UIWU1U turned to real estate activities civic enterpriser nnd philanthropies1 He was married while still a phar macist lo Miss Lucy Howard of At lanlii who died in 1310 Soon there after ho was damages in a brraeli of promise action by Mrs ma Debouchel of New Orleans but won the verdict after a lengthy trial In 1923 lie married tho former Mrs Mary Little Reagan ot Atlanta who survives him with two brothers Bishop Warren A Candler senior bishop of tho Methodist Episcopal church south and Judge John S Candler a distinguished Georgia jur ist and five children Charles Howard Asa lr William and Walter Candler andMrs Henry Heinz two step chll dren also survive Klemme ReElects Old Board Director KIKMMK Mnrch tho school election held Jlondiy T N Day was for a term ot three years rtl Klufkholm who wan tlio oppos candidate for tho office received voles leas tlian Mr Appreciate His Help that time it is recalled lie sought thft assistance of Dawes and 3 DIE IN BLAST IN ST JOSEPH Nine Children Hurt in Mys teriousExpLsion Three Buildings Wrecked RT JOSEPH Mi March 13 Three persons were hilled and nine oihers mostly children were injured In two mysterious explosions which wrecked two buildings hero thin morn appreciated it All thlnen considered despite lad ot official confirmation for the rumor somo usually well informed Individual here aro prepared to be considerably surprised If this former soldier bud get officer and vice president flnesn return to the government service in a new capacity at tho court ot St James panyaattempt to alleviate the back yn its proper course He flood condition in wiiiow creek around and crashed into the sand dunes with a terrific impact I Bible was a novice in the ProviMon for anoverhead passage high speed racing had been forelectrlc cables which ran thru the given approval of the Amei upper part of the concrete clum Automobile association to quired several days work last waolMmake the record attempt after PcrteB of tests yesterday in Iho recent thaws had earned the which he Satisfied officials of to BWell considerably Tho blasting j qualifications Kot under way just one dayl LUI to avoid the present condition ot WKh water Tuesday tho water in the creel barely went over tho dam while Wednesday forenoon tho crest was a foot alwve the lop of thn dam and continued to steadily Twi lUasis Miuli etci released I after the water level these reports were had begun Us steady n Knaolc went March 31 15 shopping days left Ing The first blast demolished a two story brick building The second two hours later wrecked a building two blocks away while a liirKu crowd ut iracted by Ihe earlier blast was mil ing about the street One of the wrecked buildings hous grocery store with a rooming hous iliovo The second building was residence Police expressed belief Iho bias were set oCE by bombers They we seeking two men reported to hav been seen leaving the scene of tl first explosion shortly before It currcd Reporls that the same U men later were seen to throw wh appeared to be a bomb into the olh building also were being Investigate Investigation also was being ma to delermino If escaping sas mis have been responsible for the blasts Sheriff rnarils Hallot Kox IOWA CITY March 13 iheateil race for a vacancy on til srlmol hoard in East Iueas townsllp Johnson county Sheriff Frank i Smith was called to guard tho balot box a cigar box wilh a hole in The flood Bate was opened early Wednesday mornins but proved in adequate In handling the ty of water pouring Into tho crook om various sources To add to ihe fflculty huge calces of ice floating own tlio creek were unnblo 1 PiBi ver the dam nml theso piled up to old tho water bade An attempt was lade n break the Ice jam by blaslmg ut a big chaiKO of dynamite failed to malo more than a mere dent In Ihe arpe span of ice Two blasts in the top of tlie con rcte darn mado lirprn opening and evmlUed n considerably larger qunn ity of water to pass but Hio ire jams vern proving a menaco by counter j ths Tee Joins nt bridges above now collected ice jams and It is deemed in expedient to blast them jams before Iho condition at tho dnm Is romodiod More water would make it practically impossible to complete the projivt of lowering the crest of tbo dnm by Wast ing oft tho top Persons living in strict nre advised by Cily Mnniser P V Hopkins to phiK Ibeir flor drains in onler lo avert n back up of the sower Into basements Rolled 100 His mount rolled about 100 feet before coming to a stop The cameraman unable to move from liis tracks was mangled his body being hurled a great distance The bodies of Bible and the photographer were taken to a mortuary The accident was the second fatal one to occur on the beach in a year Frank Lockhart a daring Indianap olis driver was killed there TOWNS THREATENED AUNT HEX Bv Rnlcrt Guillen HV THE ASSOCIATKn PKKSS and creeks in Iowa which started on a ram pa BO yesterday continued today t play havnc with hridRCH nnd transportation facilities menacing lives ot persons living in TURN TO PAGE 0 COLOIX 4 There wasnt no card on some of the birthday gift Ithe Aid Society women giv me an I bet that catt Smith woman was the oi that put in twelve was rags ;