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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home VOL XXX VI CENTS PEP COPS ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKV1CB MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 15 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 135 Blame Commission Hoover Lacks G O P Defenders in Congress By CHARLES P STEW ART r ASH ING TON March 15 Why President Hoover is not better de fended by G O P spokesmen in congress when the democrats attack nim is a good deal of a puzzle to politi cians The republi cans themselves do not seem to know just what theanswer is It is plain enough why the republican insur gents never have a good word to say for the white t house They dis like most of its policies as heartily as the democrats do and criticize the president quite as fiercely or more so The G O P standpatters also dislike him Far party reasons they refrain from expressing their dis like aloud but tney have no fault to find with others expressions of theirs Still Mr Hoover is not without friends on Capitol Hill Why do they not talk back when the auyadmin istrationisls razz him presidents henchmen outside the lawmakers ranks resent the silence of the legislators who they think ought to speak up for him In answer to the oppositions jibes and jeers in the senate and house of representatives Stung by tnese complaints Sena tor Fess did indeed make a speech in the chief magistrates behalf on the anniversary of his inauguration About all it elicited however was a little surprised comment to the effect that at last it had occurred to someone to give the white house a hand is rather a clammy Senator McNary or one of sev eral other senators who class as loyal Hooventes had followed his lead the occasion might have de veloped a reasonable amount of en thusiasm But no they sat there as dumb as oysters presently Senator Fess ran out of platitudes and that was all there was to it a middling tame performance AND as previously remarked the Hooverites do not appear to know exactly what it is that keeps them so tonguetied xney evident ly want to do all that is required of tuem and are conscious that they are not doing it but somehow ap parently they lack any inspiration Is it possible that Congressman John N Garner the democratic leader in the house of representa tives senses more nearly than the Hooverites themselves realize it what is the matter with them Not a republican leader in either house of congress as Garner put It recently has the faintest idea what Turn in Pago 2 Column Bancroft Caucus Is Held Devine to Be Candidate for Mayor BANCROFT March town caucus was held at the Lon ergan theater for the purpose of nominating a mayor five council men a treasurer and an assessor for the city election which will be held March 31 The following per sons were nominated Dr J A De vine mayor R E Goddard asses sor L F Kennedy treasurer W A Murray A A Droessler A H Fuchs W J Hood and G W Car mean councilmen AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I dont know which is worse for a natural inclination to be ornery or grandparents pVv IOWA MARSHAL Parley Delegates Agree to 3Power Naval Pact SENTIMENT FOR NAMING KENYON GAINS STRENGTH Writer Thinks Iowa Man Has Good Chance for High Court By KADFORO E MOBLEY Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON March timent favoring appointment of Judge William S Kenyon of Iowa to the present supreme court va cancy has been gathering momen tum every day since the death of the late Justice Sanford until today it had assumed more formidable proportions than that back of any other candidate The strength of this movement was emphasized strongly today when one of the most acute polit ical experts in Washington writing in the most conservative newspaper in the capital called attention in glowing terms to Kenyons qualifi cations Kenyons Jimlificutions After discussing Kenyons popu larity in western states this writer said But Judge Kenyon has more to recommend him tharrJlis popularity in Iowa Kansas Minnesota and other states of the west He has been an assistant to the attorney generaljduring the Taft adriuriistra tioh senator from Iowa elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Dolliver and was ap pointed judge of the United States court of appeals by President Hard ing He has had a wide legal ex perience He is now a member of the court immediately inferior to the supreme court Judge Kenyon was urged to leave the bench and make the race for the senate again in Iowa this year But he declined There is not the slightest doubt his friends say that he could have swept the state in the senatorial election At present he is serving on the law enforcement commission ap pointed by President Hoover Nearly a Vice President In this connection It was recalled that Judge Kenyon narrowly missed receiving the republican vice presi dential nomination in 1924 The movement behind him got nowhere because former Senator Wadsworth of New York Senator Reed of Turn to Pago 2 Column HAMPTON BEATEN IN SEMIFINALS Chapin and Rowan Pitted to Meet in Final Fracas HAMPTON March girls basketball tournament being held here ibis weekend got under way Friday afternoon with Chapin tak ing thafirst game from Dows 23 to 7 and Geneva forfeiting to Hamp ton by failure to put in an appear ance In the evening games Rowan took an easy win from Iowa Falls 40 to 23 and Sheffield downed Wil liam 25 to 19 In the semifinals played Satur day morning Chapin met Hampton to the count of 30 and 13 and Rowan tucked away a game from the Sheffield aggregation 33 to 13 Chapin and Rowan meet in the finals Saturday night War Department to Receive Bids for Bonds of Philippines WASHINGTON March 15 The war department announced today that it would receive bids for bonds of the Philippine Island gov ernment with a par value of on April 2 The proceeds from the bonds will be used forthe extension of port work and improvement of the har bor facilities in the city and pro vinco oC Cebu f These bonds are a part of an authorization by the Philippine leg islature for a total issue of 52 000000 for this work Evidence in Huckins Case Near an End By THEODORE F KOOP Associated Press Staff Writer CEDAR RAPIDS March 15 the states testimony nearly completed trial of George Huckins on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses was in recess today until Monday after noon When court adjurned yesterday Elwood Royster was recounting how he mortgaged his home and in vested 2150 with Mr and Mrs Elmer Huckins who he said had been like a father and mother to him and his wife Partner Testifies Elmer Huckins told him Royster testified the same story of a whole sale defective cigar business that four other witnesses had related The quintets investments with the Huckinses aggregated nearly The elder Huckins informed him Royster asserted that he had ex clusive rights in four states and that he could pay investors as high as 133 per cent Mr and Mrs Charles Negus created a flurry in the packed court room with statements that George Huckins told them last December he expected to do time for opera ting the business but that when he was free again he would have his sock full of money and would take core of them Huckins Looked Tired Huckins who looked more tired as trial progressed appeareddown cast when Negus his partner in the re tail cigar store denied that defend ant seemed under the influence of narcotics whon hespoke of the pos sibility of a prison term Mrs Negus corroborated her hus bands statement but said Huckfns became violent a few hours before the conversation altho she was un able to state whether he had taken narcotics in the meantime or not She declared Huckins became vio lent and grabbed his wife by the hair and throat threatening to kill her Mrs Huckins smiled wanly during the testimony Special deputy sheriffs turned away hundreds of persons yester day who sought to attend the hear ing The entire floor of the court house was crowded Newton Coffee Shop Proprietor Is Robhed by Two Men in Auto NEWTON March 15 Hibiles proprietor of a coffee shop here was taken for a ride by two men early today and relieved of Sl 502 of which was in cash The men believed to be from Des Moines overpowered Hibiles tied and gagged him and then placed him in a car taking him 10 miles into the country where they took the cash and checks The car which police believe was used by the robbers was found abandoned two miles east of Des Moines today The motor number corresponded with that of a car that had been reported stolen in Des Moines last night ALGONA PIONEER RESIDENT DIES Coleman Chubb 88 Was Settler in Kossuth in 1865 ALGONA March Chubb 88 a resident of Kossuth county for 65 years died here last night after a short illness He was a brother of the late Charles Chubb who died here last year Mr Chubb was born in Ottawa Wis and settled in Kossuth county in 1865 He is survived by his wife two nephews and one niece Funeral services have not been announced pending word from relatives in the east Cherokee Bnnk Closes CHEROKEE March 15 Security National bank of Cherokee closed its doors by action of ls board of directors G W Baugh tlonal bank examiner is in aargc of the assets the institu tion ASA KEYES GOES TO PRISON a quarter of sent haf of San Quenlino punltentiaryB 4000 population there slioivn hoarding a truln for the prison toserve u term of one to JL4 years for bribery With him Is Sheriff Frank Cochranc MANY FAIL TO FILE INCOMES Sanborn Says Penalties May Be Imposed ior Neglect to Make Returns Saturday the last day for filing of income tax returns found the in ternal revenue offices in the Ad ministration building crowded by late comers In spite of this last minute rush L P Sanborn special deputy collector here states that many have failed to file returns and may be subjected to penalties To accommodate this last rush the internal revenue offices will be open until 10 oclock Saturday night Special 4jelp will be here to take care of those who desire informa tion and want to make returns Penalties Are Listed For willful failure to make and file a return on time a penalty of not more than 510000 or imprison ment for not more than one year or both may be imposed in addition to 25 per cent of the amount of the tax A fine of not more I ban iylOODO or imprisonment for not more than five years or both and an additional fine of 50 per cent of the amount of the tax may be imposed for will fully making a false or fraudulent return On the penalty for deficiency in tax the interest may be charged at 6 per cent on the deficiency per an Tiirn In Page Column Hoover Will Address Editors on April 19 WASHINGTON March W President Hoover today accepted an invitation to address the American Society of Newspaper Editors at their annual banquet to be held in Washington April 10 David Lawrence editor of the United States Daily tendered the in vitation Mr Lawrence said the dinner this year would differ from those of past years in that representa tives of foreign countries including Wickham Steed well known British journalist and Andre Gernud Per tinax of France would attend Rollo Ogden editor of the New York Times will also address the meet ing Retired Colonel Dies SAN DIKGO Cal March 15 Ti death of Col Albert E Sloan 75 U S A retired was announced here today by the county coroners Apparently stricken with a attack Colonel Sloan died hoard a San Arizona i train j SOVIET LETS UP ON CHURCH WAR Order of Committee Is Modi fied to Curb Action Against Religion MOSCOW March 15 central committee of the communist party today placed adefinite curb upon too vigorous antireligious fine socialization activities Severe pun ishment was threatened to those violating the order of the com mittee which formulates the policies of the Russian government The committee pointed out that in some cases local officials at tempted to justify closing of churches by saying that it had been done by the voluntary desire of the population Todays order forbids forcible closing of churches mos ques or synagogues without the consent of the overwhelming ma jority of the population in each case and the formal sanction of the cen tral authorities Recent wholesale closing of mar kets bazars and stores was con demned nnd the committee ordered that all such places be immediately reopened and no bar placed to peas ants to prevent their selling freely their products in the open market U S JAPAN AND BRITAIN JOIN IN REDUCTIONPLAN rrench Position Resting With Decision of Tardieu By DEWITT MACKENZIE Associated Press Staff Writer f ONDON March 15 1011 per cent agreement among the United States Great Britain ami Japan wns said in naval confer ence circles today to ue an accom plished fact as far as the delega tions are concerned Approval by the home govern ments of the AmericanJapanese settlement which closed yesterday was said to be the only thing re maining to enable these three dele gations to write finis to their naval conference difficulties For days these delegations have been so close to agreement that there was said to have been little between them A provisional Amer icanJapanese agreement achieved by Senator Reed and Ambassadoi Matsudaira is understood to have been the one thing needed td com plete the circle Observers snid that what thl amounted to was that if this agree ment is approved by the home gov ernments Cae United States Grea Britain and Japan will be in a pos ition to sign a threepower pact a any minute if this should seem rc sirable France Italy Are Out There remains the crisis sur rounding France and Italy and th next move would seem to be up t these two 1 The conference today was tnon or less marking time lAaiting th arrival of Premier Tardieu fron Paris for a conference with Prim Minister MacDonald tomorrow Upon this important conversatloi may depend the outcome of the na val conference ns far as a fivepow er pact for limitation is concerned Both Secretary Stimson ant Prime Minister MacDonald were resting today after their week arduous labors In trying to solve th crisis evolving about the French de mands for a 724000 ton nnvy Secretary Stimson was at hir country home in Stanmore and tlu British prime minister was1 at Che quers altho he planned to attend a football game between England an Scotland at London this afternoon RESTS WITH TARDIEU CHICKASAWMAN IS HELDIN JAIL Floyd Farnum Druggist in Jail on Charge of Arson NEW HAMPTON March 15 lTi Floyd K Farnum Fredericksburg druggist is in Chickasaw county jnil in default of ST500 bond await ing action of the May grand jury on two charges of arson Farnum is charged with setting lire to buildings on the Catlin farm neir Fmlericksburg three years ago and with starting a fire which destroyed a barn machine shed and milkhouse on his own place in the same neighborhood early on the morning of March 3 The house on the Farnum farm occupied by two adults and four children also was fired but they awakened in time to check the flames without serious damage It was charged that Farnum sought to collect insurance money on his buildings Up to date the scmue has not np TOincd a special committee to in vestigate the executive fishing Free Tress LONDON March 15 lions today were that the five power naval conference would know at least by Monday just about wha Turn d 1nKf Column 13 AIRPLANES LOST IN FIRE Hadley Field Hangar Is De stroyed Loss Put at SOUTH PLAINFIELD N J March 15 airplanes were destroyed today by fire which consumed the hangar ot New York Air Terminals Inc at Hadley field The loss was estimated at The destruction Included a small quantity of mail which had just been sorted in the airmail post office of the hangar The fire broke out at a m shortly after the mail clerks on the early morning tour of duty had completed their work Before the clerks and other work ers could go into action the hangar nnd its highly inflammable con tents were in flames The origin of the fire was unknown In the hangar were stored four mail planes of the Pitcairn Airplane company used on the Philadelphia Washington and Atlanta flights other machines belonged to John Allen N Parker Runyon of Perth Amboy and Lieut Kenneth Ungeer Start Surveying MCGREGOR March highway surveyors have been in McGregor this week doing prelim inary work for the grading widen ing and paving which is to be done between McGrceor and Maruuctte this year Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal March Indian Gandhi is try ing to defeat the British govern ment who control political af fairs in India by passive re sistance I t wont work the democrats have tried it here for almost a gener ation The big gest ad Califor nia ever had is Lindy who has boen prowling up and down WILX KOOEKS the state lor two months trying to get wind enough to stay up His last hope is Capitol Hill Washington during the confirm ing of Mr Hoovers next ap pointment to the supreme court Yours WILL ROGERS WAVERLY MAN IS SELECTED Democrats Chose Fred H Hagemann as Guberna torial Candidate DES MOINES March 15 Fred H Hagemann of Waverly to day atood as the choice of low democratic leaders for the party gubernatorial nomination He wa selected at a conference of the leu ers here after they had been not fied by Thomas J Walsh of Dav enpoit that he declined the hono of heading the state ticket Other selections of the leaders fo state offices were Lieutenant Governor T R Os borne New Sharon Secretary of State Mrs L Ettcr Sigourney Auditor of State C W Storms Fort Madison Treasurer of Stale M V White Ida Grove Secretary of Agriculture Col NelscT A Kraschel Harlan Railroad Commissioner M P Conwny Atlantic The conference aid not select a candidate for state superintenden of public instruction or for the sec ond place on the ticket for railrajid commissioner altho it may be tilled later While the selections are those o the leaders it was pointed out Vim they will not prevent any otliar member of the party from entering the primary Robbers Loot Safe in Chariton Schoo CHARITON March 15 ing tools obtained from the mamm training department robbers Ins night tore down a section of th fireproof vault in the high schoo building and escaped with abou f0 The money belonged to the gir reserves Police believe that th robbers were seeking the receipts o the district number 6 basketbal tourney which is being held her This money however is banlce each night GILLESPIE IS GIVEN FREEDOM Des Moines Jury Acquit Youth of Killing Wil liam Kay DES MOINES March J5 Jack Gillespie 23 was acquitted i district court here lost night of th murder of William Kay during a 11 quor party last Thanksgiving The jury of seven man and fiv women which received the case Int yesterday returned its verdict nt 1 p m Giliespie maintained that Ka died of alcoholism and not from con cussion of the brain from a which the slate said was struck b Gillespie Congressman Near Drnlh WASHINGTON March 1 PJ KcpresciUative R Q Lee of Texas in a critical condition from the ci fects of n stroke wns reportc weaker this morning by hospital at lemlants doubt being expresse that he would live thru the day 2 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSADMIT KILLING OFFICER air Captured in Du buque 2 Hours After Shooting 1 JUBUQUE March 15 mond McCormick 17 and Ger Id Haberman 16 high school stu cnta at Prairie Du Sac Wis con esscd to Sheriff F 1 Kennedy to lay that they shot and killed Henry ianfcld marshal oC Dyersvlllo in i running gun buttle at a m The boys were arrested at East Jubuque 111 by Dubuque police less ban Zlthours after the shooting ind confessed soon afterward McCormick was dressed In girls Nothing In their confession the boys said hat Haberman did the shooting vhich occurred when Hanfeld sought to stop them as they were fleeing from Luxcmberg where earlier they had held up and robbed Matt White manager of a filling station of 530 Railroad tickets for La Croase Wis were found in their pockets Seen by lieporlcrH The boys were arrested upon their arrival here after two reporters for Lhe Dubuque TelegraphHerald William Kennedy nnd Charles Wood ward had met their speeding yellow cope while on their way to Dyers ville to cover the story of the shoot ing Their confession was obtained deputy sheriffs said about an hour after their arrest at 10 a m The youthsare allegedto held up androbbad Matt White manager of a Luxemberg filling sta tion of 30 before they were ac costed by Marshal Hanfeld at Dyers ville It was the word broadcast after the holdup that caused Han feld to he on the lookout for them Hnnfcld at once deputized Benja min GebharL and together they kept n watch for the bandit car When the automobile reached the edge of Dyersville one of the ban dits shot at Haufelt wounding him fatally in heart The marshal stumbled over toward Gcbhart and handed him his gun The deputy shot at the fleeing car but failed to hit it Airplano Joins Search After the shooting county ond police officers of the entire north east Iowa territory were notified to be on the watch for the bandit car An airplane from the Dubuque Turn to PaRO Column IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Saturday night mill Sunday except in extreme nonheast portion with irft Saturday night Slightly warmer Saturday night in cnst ntul central portions and la cast portion Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 45 Minimum In Night 31 At 8 A M Saturday 315 Precipitation 35 of an Inch Mason City could scarcely believe its cars Saturday morning when nimble of thunder waked sleepers from their dreams It was the first genuine spring rain of the year and left a bit more than a third of an inch of precipitation in the Globe Gazettes rain gauge The temper ature was right nt the freezing point strangely enough too WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the week be ginning Monday March 17 For the upper Mississippi and lower Mis sourla valleys and the northern and central great period first of week and probably again toward close temperatures will average noar normal no marked extremes 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