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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRES3 LEASED WIRE REPORT H O M E EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 194 SENATE LEAK CAUSING ROW Chinese IN BATTLE FOR CHINESE POWER Are Approaching Final Struggle Surrender of Troops Re lieves Danger to Canton pANTON China May 23 curious atmosphere of mystery and intrigue exists today in South China which lately has lent sup port to a strong belief among ob servers generally that tha political future of the hostile Kwangtung and Kwangsi groups is likely to be full of surprises The devious game of Chinese poli tics seems to have taken an unex pected turn in South China thru the development of definite hostility be tween Chiang KaiShek and Feng YuHsiang in the north These two leaders are the great opposing powers iu China today On their approaching struggle depends the significance of the struggle be tween the Kwangsi warlords and Cantonese leaders of Kwangtung province Support for Feng Generally it is that that only the military power of Chiang KaiShek so far has prevented the formation of an alliance between the fighting Kwantung and Kwangsi groups un der Uio two fivebarred flag The support of these parties If peeled tq go to Marshal Feng and to Tavor Peking as the capital of Nanking The Kwangsi leaders are consid ered already favorable to the cause of Feng while the situation in Kwangtung is complicated by a strong element sympathizing with Kwangsi The military situation in south China for the moment favors Kwangtung but the real issue of the struggle will be decided by events in the north when the Nan king nationalists under Chiang Kai Shek have come to grips with Feng and his central Chinese supporters Canton in No Danger A statement by the Cantonese military authorities today predicted their complete victory within a week over the Kwangsi troops after the surrender yesterday of 5000 Kwang si soldiers at Lupao 25 miles north west of Canton For the time being this ended the Kwangsi military menace to Can ton which had dwelt in the shadow of pillage for weeks Out of an army of 14000 the Cantonese stated that 5000 men had surrendered 3000 were casualties and the remaining 6000 were re treating before hot pursuit of a Fort Worth Flyers Are Still on Way to Goal No Sign of Breakdown as Ship Is ReTueled for Tenth Tirne BULLETIN FORT WORTH Texas May 23 fPl Soaring along on their fifth day in the nir L Kob bins and James Kelly commer cial airmen today weremaking a real threat on tho worlds en durance flight record of the army monoplane Question Mark Tho Texans completed 96 hours of continuous flying in tho single motored monoplane Fort Worth at 11 8S n m and were going strong UORT FORTH Tex May 23 Two civilian flyers who have kept their rebuilt Ryan monoplane in the air more than half a week gave no indication of a breakdown in their own iron nerve or the mechanism of their single motored ship as they soared daunttessly toward their goal today The goal if attained will find them still flying at nightfall Sat urday evening with a new record written on the cockpit of the Fort Worth the craft in which they took off at a m last Sunday in an attempt to surpass the sustained flight time made by the army mono plane Question Mark If the Fort Worth Is still aloft at p m Saturday the Ques tion Marks record of 150 hours 40 minutes and 15 seconds will have been equaled An additional hour would set record Robblns with James Kelly Ma assist ant made its tenth refueling con tact at duslc last evening at which time parachutes were lowered to TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUJHN 2 GERMANS DEBT EXPERTS AFTER CLARIFICATION Schacht Wants More Data on Reservations Made by Creditors pARIS Way 23 Dr Hjalmar Schacht accompanied by Lud wig Kastle successor to Dr Albert Voegler whose resignation as one of the chief German reparations ex perts was announced this morning called at the experts headquarters today and had talks with most of the leading allied delegates It was believed that the purpose of the visit was to clarify some of tbe reservations made by the creditor experts in the revised text of the re port submitted to tho German dele gation Conversation Secret WILL RACE ACROSS ATLANTIC Cantonese Lupao army northwest of Roosevelt to Accept Post in Porto Rico SHANGHAI May 23 Roosevelt member of the Roose veltField museum expedition to the interior of Asia who arrived here today enroute home said that his brother Theodore Jr had decided to accept the governorship of Porto Rico AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Its easy to keep a man givin you presents if you aint go no more pride than to rave an take on like you was wild TO INSTALL NEW WALDORF PREXY President of Iowa Lutherans Will Have Charge of Ceremony FOREST CITY May M ranskou newly elected president of Waldorf college will be installed in office Friday afternoon at 2 oclock by the Rt Rev H C Holm Eagle Grove president of the Iowa district of the Lutheran church Following the installation Mr ranskou will deliver his inaugural address The Waldorf choir will also be on the program Mr Granskou succeeds C B Helgen who will be come promotional director for St Olaf college Northfield Minn The commencement address for more than 60 seniors iu the various departments of the college will be given at oclock the same morning by J C Brown president college Moorhead of Concordia Minn The exact points on which the conversations bore were not dis1 closed but it was assumed that the delegates talked about the newly proposed avxatagement of annuities the continuation of payments under rAnd rejection of demand for the right to suspend payments on part of the protected annuities inside Germany Dr Schachts whole staff was nislly engaged during the day studying and analyzing the revised report with the hope of making known the German decision tomor row if not this evening News of Dr Voeglers resigna tion was received with varied emo tions in conference circles and in some quarters it was feared for a time that it might mean the break up of the conference It was felt in other circles however that the withdrawal of Dr Voegler who had been a stiff opponent of acceptance of the creditors demand might mean that the Germans would ac cept the allied counterproposal as laid down in the creditors recent memorandum and covering letter to Dr Schacht Causes PriceSlump In French circles it was intimate that Dr Voegler had yielded to tire demands of the Ruhr industrialists who the French press declares are determined to make no concessions to the creditors Confirmation of previous reports that Dr Voeglcr had resigned had i quick effect on the Bourse where there was a noticeable drop in val es Speculative shares suffered the most receding in some cases as much as 30 per cent More settled ssues also showed a drop Four Counties Add to Iowa Paving Program Marion Guthne Mahaska and Clarke Vote Total of 129 Miles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS One hundred twentynine more miles of Iowas primary road system will be paved as a result of authori zation of a total of road bonds in Marion Guthric Mahaska and Clarke counties yesterday Available bond funds in 70 coun Lies voted since ini9 now aggre gate 577900657 Thirteen counties this year have approved 511385000 bonds A majority of nearly 4 to 1 was riven a 51300000 issue in Marion county yesterday with only 10 of 28 precincts dissenting The final count showed 3501 for the bonds and 937 against The 1M9 Yes Votes largest vote was cast In 1149 yes and 120 Pershing gave the bonds the largest percentage of favorable votes Its count was 396 to 7 a ratio of 28 to 1 With the funds roads Nci 2 6 and 63 will be paved Giithrie county returned the small est majority of the four approving 2 IOWA TOWNS INVITE LIONS Marshalltown and Boone Seeking to Entertain Next Convention COUNCIL BLUFFS May Marshalltown and Boone have ex tended invitations to the Iowa Lions clubs to hold their next years con vention in their respective cities The delegates to the atatc conven tion in session here are to vote on the next years city today it Is be lieved One hundred and fifty persons are attending the present convention W A Westfall Mason City past in Lernational president responded ui ah address of welcome yesterday by Mayor Greene and John Gebuhr president of the local Lions club Speakers at the session were Julieii C Tyler Fort Worth Texas hird international vice president Dr C F Starr Mason City state welfare director Deputy District ORCHARD J NEW YORK Two separate expeditions to cross the Atlantic hy air from Old Orchard Blalne are ready to take off for Europe Above in circle1 aro Roger Q Williams top pilot and Cant Lewis Ynnoy navigator who have Home as their jjoal Above right Is Arnmno Jr backer of Hie Frenchflyers projected jaunt to Paris Both planes are expected to take off almost simultaneously Debenture Conference Nearing Failure Again 2 Airplanes in Shape for Atlantic Hop OLD ORCHARD BEACH Maine May 23 simultaneous take off of two planes on transAtlantic flights one bound for Rome and the other Paris appeared in prospect today with announcement that the French plane Bernard191 would be brot here from Roosevelt Field N Y for its flight to the French can ital Armano Lotti Jr backer otthe French flight after an inspection oi the hard sand beach here said his plane would be flown here as soon as weather conditions permit The plane in which Lotti Jean Assolant ind Rene LeFevro will be occupants has been at Roosevelt field for sev eral days awaiting favorable weath Leading Stock Issues Carried to Higher Garner Wont Permit Pro j posal to Be Incorporated in Tariff Bill NEW YORK May 23 bull party rallied on the New York stock exchange today and managed to repair some of the damage done in yesterdays drastic break before considerable nervous selling cropped out again in the early afternoon when it was announced that the federal reserve board had gone Jn to session in Washington The upturn which carried about a score of important issues up to from the low levels reached at yesterdays close was based on the theory that the market had reached bottom and the view in WASHINGTON May 23 latest move of the farm relief con ference committee to settle the ex port debenture controversy between the house and senate appeared to day to be on the verge of failure This was indicated when Repre sentative Garner of Texas the demo cratic leader announced he bad de cided against moving to recommit the tariff bill to the ways and means committee with instructions toinclude the debenture plan Senate conferees had sought this action by Garner in the hope it would satisfy the senates demand that the house vote on the deben ture proposition before it be asked Will Rogers DETROIT May you read about the latest big finan cial Its In Chicago V v All the various competing gangs of rack eteers have united under one board of di rectors headed by the chair man Its a six teen million dol lar corporation Bach gang gets preferred stock in proportion to the notches on their present WILL machine guns They figure it will reduce their present overhead which consists mostly now of flowers and caskets With every body working in harmony it should Increase service to th customer So dont sell America Racketeers corporation short Yours WILL ROGERS FAMED MOVIE STAR INDICTED Eleanor Bo3rHmarj Saic to Have Evaded Pay ments on Income some quarters that the expected into recede from its position favoring creasein the New York federal A number of senators have in serve banks rediscount rate would not be made this afternoon as the bank of England announced no change in its rate today Allied Chemical and General Elec tric were bid up 58 a share Inter national Telephone American Pow er and Light American and For eign Power and Packard about New York Central American Can Radio Anaconda Chesapeake and Ohio and Goodyear to Au burn Auto after dropping 57 in the morning rose in the early after noon Studebaker slid S250 lower to a new 1929 low at JT4 United States Steel having mounted about to above slid back below that level sisted that the house be permitted to express itself on the debenture plan as a part of farm legislation The democratic house leader said he would have no objections to of fering the debenture section to the tariff bill aa an amendment but since the republican majority was expected to limit amendments one proposing debentures was considered unlikely to be authorized Lin1 er conditions for its flight to Paris T os ANGELES May 23 Meanwhile departure of the names of Eleanor Boardman plane Green Flash for Rome has j motion picture actress and King een put over at least until tomor Vidor her husband who is a direc tor were added today to the grow ing list of Hollywood personages accused of evading their income tax obligations A federal grand jury yesterday returned an indictment against the actress charging her with evad ing income tax payments during 1925 192G and 1027 At the same time an information was filed in federal court accusing Vidor of sim ilar evasions in 1925 and 1926 Miss J Marjorie Berger Holly wood income tax counsellor previ ously had been indicted on a charge of having prepared a false income tax return for Miss Boardman and Vtdor for the year 1926 Mias Ber ger has been named in five federal indictments lately on charges of having prepared false returns for several motion picture stars row by stormy conditions over the Atlantic Roger Q Williams pilot of the Rome bound plane and his navi ator Lewis A Yanccy said they vould not permit tiie coming of the Frenchmen to stampede them into i hasty takeoff in the face of ad erse weather reports Irvington Children Admit Starting Fire I IRVINGTON May started by children burned a shed j used as a combined hog and chicken house to the ground on the William Groubach farm Neighbors Boeing the smoke succeeded in getting sev eral setting hens and their eggs to safety Three hogs in the other end of the shed burned The fire was prevented from spreading to the other buildings The two small Groubach children admitted that they had started the fire with matches a S 200000 issue by less than a 1 Governor Floyd D Fillmore Cedar TfUN TO IAOK 5 COLUMN 2 STEGEACCUSES BEER RUNNER Police Official Convinced Sullivan Was Slain by Jimmy Coyne CHICAGO May 23 Coyne bottled beer hustler for Jo seph Red Boltons bootleg liquor dispensary was named by Deputy Police Commissioner Stege today as the slayer of Detective Joseph Sullivan shot down yesterday in Boltons west side saloon A half dozen of trie hoodlums that gathered around Reds bar were in custody and Bolton himself was threatened with a murder charge as ho stubbornly refused to name the men who were there when Sul livan was killed But from unwilling witnesses Stcge drew enough to fix upon Coyne as the killer Sullivans foe in a hand to hand fight that ended when the five pistol bullets entered the young detectives hend and body I am satisfied Coyne is the man who killed Detective Sullivan the deputy commissioner said From what I can learn Sullivan wont to the saloon in the hope of picking up information in connection with the kidnaping of Philip Bliimcnthil and SENATORS WANT TO KNOW WHO SUPPLIES DATA Publication of Lenroot Roll Call Start of Trouble WASHINGTON May 23 m Amendment of tho senate rules to extend the privilcjfit of visiting the Semite floor to rep resentatives of the press asso ciations wns proponed today by Senator La Iollntlc republican of Wisconsin who yesterday oh jecfati to lip uso if the floor by any newspaperman after the rules conuiiitlen hud voted to deny the privilege to the United ircss associations WASHINGTON MAY 23 senate today stood divided lot only on the long standing isaue ver consideration of presidential ominationa in executive sessions lit on the question of ncWHpajcv orrespondenls privileges in the ro orting of its proceedings The question was raised late yes erday during argument over the unanimous decision of the rules ommittee to bar United States cor espondents from access to the aen ite floor That action was taken by the som mittee because of the publication Tuesday by Hie llnited Press of what purported to be to senate roll call on the nomination former Senator Lenroot of Wisconsin to tho court of customs and patent np peala wMcb wrnstqjjuui in execuiva Some of the hoodlums hanging out in BoUons dive accused him of seeking stool pigeons there an of boy SulHvl ants before he died BOY WOUNDED BY 22 RIFLE Whlttemore Child Shot With Loaded Gun Left in Yard WHITTEMORE May 3 year od son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Elbert is recovering from a wound near the heart received when he was accidentally shot with a 22 rifle while playing in the yard Some of the family had been shooting birds and the gun had been laid down cocked and readv to rv J I H1I iii jvii meuia shoot An older brother picked up her of deputies reopening Its ses1 Crechnslovia Dr Edward O Nowalt the gun and it went off striking the nions tnday gave the Pniiicarc gov Austria Mrn NORA SPRINGS YOUTH MISSING Starts to School as Usual Is Seen Hiking West NORA SPRINGS Kay reason could be found for the dis appearance of Raymond Saulsbury sophomore in the local high school who has been missing since early Wednesday morning Tho youth who lives five miles north of here left home Wednesday morning and drove to town appar ently to attend school as usual HB lett the car which belonged to his j father in town and wtis Keen hiking toward Mason City iibont inaccurate KopubJcaaairttest Action Senators LoFoUottt of Wisconsin and Johnson of California both re publicans protested against the ion The former contending that he action was hat the committee had no right Vo her to give or withdraw the priv ego of access to the floor to any orrespondejil nnd Announced thai e would object to the appearance f any newspaperman on the floor He put his purpose Into effect oon afterward objecting as soon a he saw a correspondent on the 001and being sustained by Vice resident Curtis n former chairman C the committee The vice president announce hat since the rules did permit ewspapcr men on the during essions of the senate their pres nce would not be allowed Press associations have been al lowed for more than 2Q years to have ono representative each on the floor during open sessions of the senate This practice originated as a matter of courtesy and has been maintained as such Heeds Resolution The argument was precipitatpd by Senator Reed republican Pcnn svlvania with the introduction nf the following resolution from the rules commttee Resolved that the report ii publication of the proceedings of thp TURN TO PAGE 5 COLUMN 1 We are wondering who among or dinary folks cares a rap where sits or where Mrs Gann lantic IScusTclegraph the killing of Detective Ray Martin oclock by a schoolmate Olenn John son who was on his way to classes According to A 1 Jones superin was in m Thursday Warmest 7S in Nnglit At 8 A M Thursday li Kiilnfall Wednesday was the iUy experienced since tho lasi lay or trouble at home either it wan said April lm nighfi rain Two theories were advanced as to was tllc save one of th his destination One circulaled Tc winci siil lout of the south Thursday niurnsnr standing in all his classes and WEEKS FORECAST Mostly cloudy Thursday nijht ami Friday contrr Thurs day night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 2 hour period ending at 8 oclork French Deputies in New Hampton among his schoolmates was that he was bound for northern Minnesota NEW HAMPTON May that he had been seen starting west ing the past week Judge Carl from Mason City yesterday the Reed of Cresco heard the youth Is on his way to Montana A fnv Prnnravp01 wno sought United search is being made for him JUl I imiUdlCj states citizenship and granted them T allThey are Dr John Hanmeder PAWS May 23 Cham1 Austria Mrs Maria E nnd the mercury wan doing a climb in spite nf thr vfathrr in prediction Him cooler weather on its way to these parts Ames Mnn Is Klectd SPRINGFIELD 111 May 21 fT boy close to the heart eminent a vote of confidence T2l toatria K J ft n it T Vlit llCVkll It MllllMK rt Ul ll II11 H1C IlJ L and C K Harding Trenton U was feared nt first that he was 21 postponing interpellations Adele Nowak An Potter of Ames Iowa was Karl TIoss rsonunny I elected vice prcfidenl gencrn of llioj I fatally wounded the ai rrests made on May 1 Sister Irpliosa Germany and i ter Gudclia Germany of thp American jior the Mi ;