Mason City Globe Gazette, April 7, 1930

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 07, 1930

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 7, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY APRIL 7 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 154 Hand of Bankers Parley Move May Be Directed By Fi nanciers By CHAHLES I STEWART ASHINGTON April 7 CPA Even in a peace dove greed can overreach itself At the time the London naval conference met the dove seemed practically sure of American en trance into the world court any way Uncle Sams adherence to the court already was diplomati cally pro vided for It remained only for the sen ate to ratify the bargain That the votes to ratify it were available was generally ad mitted tho Senator Hiram W Johnson of California archfoe of such entanglements and a few oth ers did promise a desperate fight first In itself this was a pretty good clawful for the peace dove It did not satisfy the dove how ever and in grabbing for more who can tell if the unduly impatient bird has not lost its previouslyac quired prey overboard A CERTAIN amount of peril for the dove was inseparable from the London conference but there need not have been a great deal of it if the dove had been wary and not too much inclined to rush mat ters The minute it became apparent that the five powers represented at the conference postively were not going to get together upon a genu ine armamentreduction or limita tion agreement the doves cue was to supervise the conferees concur rence in some sort of a specious looking imitation of one to foo the public until a more favorable occa sion and beat it for home as fast as its wings could carry it Instead of that the illadvised creature hung on fluttering aim around for so long that even arrived Ut ivould have met with a suspici ous and finally commit ted the crowning folly of making a despairing swipe at a consultative pact worm very possibly as hith erto remarked losingits grip on its world court talonful in doing so course says Senator John vy son who unquestionably is the foremost authority on the antien tanglement issue all such pro posals as world court entrance and consultative pacts are intended equally to get ua ultimately into the league of nations The world court method how ever has been so thoroly propagand ized I hat the public thru familiarity has lost its fear of it The consultative pact scheme being new is more obvious People still see thru it and popular re action to it is correspondingly hos tile which may have a similar col lateral effect on the world court program Anyhow it undoubtedly has increased the sensitiveness of prowold court senators to attacks on it AN explanation is also beginning to evolve itself in Washington to account for the evident very pecu liar conflict in ideas between the white house and Americas repre sentatives in London concerning the consultative pact proposition The consultative suggestion ac cording to dispatches from the Brit ish capital originally was Delegate Dwighl W Morrows inspiration hypothetical explanation in volves big banking in the situation DMITS KILLINGS Bitte s Primary Campaign Nearing End Senator Charges Woman Opponent Is Spending Too Much By II H milLEHKUSICIl Associated Press Staff Writer pHICAGO April 7 States Senator Cnarles S De neen and Ruth Hanna McCormick tossed the world court into the Monday waih today Tomorrow Illinois republicans in thousands of election booths will iron it out Neither the senior senator nor the congresswoman allowed the usual days lull before the ballot storm both sought last minute strength in Chicago with noon clay meetings anj both planned final statewide radio appeals tonignt Are Watching For the first time a woman opposed a man for a senate seat again as in 1026 Illinois voters will be the firs to approve or refute an attack upon a world court senator again as in 19SM a Deneen a McCormick and a New ton Jenkins meet in a republican senatorial primary for the first time the daughter and widow of a United States senator seeks to sit in tile capitol wing where they sat Mrs McCormick thedaughter of HarkJ3anna is r thes2rftld o w o t the late Senator Medill McCormick It was in 1924 that Deneen gained Mc Cormicks sea by a plurality of than 6000 votes In that race Jen kins polled 115000 votes and polit ical observers believed his unlooked for activity made for McCormicks defeat Is Spending Money In 1926 Illinois saw the first de feat of a senator who voted for the world court cre late William B Mc Kinley Frank L Smith who was thrice dnrtied his senate seat and who seeks the republican nomina tion as congrcssmanatlargc in to morrows primary opposed the world court in that primary cam naign and won with more than 100 000 votes to spare The campaign readied high point lost myhl when Mrs McCorj mick at n raKy of Negrovoters se ctored her support of Oscar I5e Priest Negrc congressman seeking reelection In his Sunday meetings Deneen charged Jlrr McCormick with spending large sums of money in every section of the state nncl there has not been a campaign in Illinois so expensive as the one she is makine Is City Hall Candidate Not once hns the question nl a woman seeking election ns n sena tor been raised Mrs McCormick her vote setting ahsl AS RASKOB TOLD OF WET GIFTS T Kaskoh chairman of the democratic national committee snapped as he was quizzed liy the senate lobby committee at Wash ington on his wet activities Knskob stated he had no right to com mit the democratic parly to cither side of question Turn lo B IG banking which used to thrive on wars thru financing them now has become and no longer likes them its bil Tuni o Ijige i Column AUNT HEX By Kobert C2uillen Its no won deiEmily thinks she knows ovci1 thing Anybody would feel smart after comparin her self wth that husband o1 hers for ten years TWO KILLED Third WouldBe Fugitive Seriously III in Folsom Hospital FOLSOM PRISON Cal April 7 H Tinkelpangh i convict was fighting today against gangre nous infection and if he lives he alone will remain to tell prison of ficials how he and two other pris oners planned to escape from Pol som prison yesterday Harry Stew art and Edward D Baker were killed in the attempted break by rifle fire from guard posts Tinkcl paug was shot thru the back and chest While the prison band played and several hundred convicts watched the regular Sunday baseball game in the upper yard and others at tended church services in the chapel Stewart Baker and Tinkelpaugh ran for the American river below the prison stone nuarry Guards filed 10 warning shots at the fleeing trio Then guns were lev eled upon the three convicts and one by one they fell Iowa Uiman Hangs Self KOLAND April 7 liMii Martha Michaclson tjfi of Jesvell 1 angerl hersclf yesterclttv moninp at the homo herbrother P j Peterson near here Lands in New York After Flying From Pacific Coast YORK April 77 Frank M Hawks holder of the east and west transcontinental speed records enjoyed the added distinc tion today of being the first aviator LO pilot a glider from coast to coast Arriving on schedule he set his small red motorlcss plane Eaglet down in Van CorllantJt park at 4 p m yesterday to com plete a flight from San Diego Cal Towed at the end of a 500 foot ca ble behind a power plane he made the transcontinental trip in six iind one half days with 30 hours of actual flying time One misnap marred the trip which wai made in IS hops At Tuc Eisn Arix on the second day of tlie flight a gust of wind parted the tow line is Ihc aerial train was get ting under way To make tip for tie delay his engineer J J jernigin pulled him miles two days scheduled flight the next day A crowd rf in000 stood in the rain to see ho finish of the 3000 mile glider trip When the glider and its towig plane arrived over Lne park Hawks cut loose and the tow plane snared away toward the Municipal airport at Newark N 1 Hawks bar Iced his glider out over the Hudson ner then turned back and circled cown to a landing stop ping directly in front of the recep tion t nmniillcr headed by BIT ix lorough PiviidenL Henry Bruckiit iid Police Cumniissioncr Grover A Hhalen Hawks explained I hat his vis not actuary towed yn the flight 1 ill that he Kept the cable slack as of the time as possible Hid flew the glidur to reduce the strain on its wings He displayed liis Mistered narls to show that it had been work Federal Reserve Bank Gov ernor Succumbs to Heart Disease EOSTOIS7 April 7 P G Hardinjj governor of the federal reserve bank of Boston and former governor of the federal reserve board died here at 1 SO a in He was 05 years He had been in pour health for more than a year and liacl been confined to his lied for the past three weeks He made his home at the Algonquin club Death followed a critical illness from heart disease Mr Harding had been governor of the federal reserve hank of Bos ton since January 1023 He was appointed a member of the fedeial reserve board nt its formation in by President Wilson ami in was made governor of the lioard He served until Ho was mannsjin director nf the war nuance corporation in 1318 and State Health Commissioner Succumbs Following Ap pendicitis Attack JvIOtNES April 7 Tifeor Henry Albert 52 state health com missioner died at a hospital yester day after a 10day illness from np pendicitis and complications Perr tonitis set in following the ruptur ing of the appendix Funeral services for Dr Albert will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Dunn funeral home He will be buried in Glendale cemetery Dr Albert is survived by his widow two brothers Louis and Otto Albert of Reinbeck and a sister Mrs Dora Smith also of Reinbeck Studied in Vienna Born and reared in Iowa ant educated in Iowa institutions Dr Albert had spent most of his life in health education in the state Il 102G he came to Des Moines to as sume charge of Ihe state health de partment in this capacity enlarg ing the scope of the work by adding the divisions of epidemiology com municable diseases law enforce ment and public health nursing and education He augmented the health work notably by the addi tion of a lecturer to his division He was born in Scott county in 1878 and moved to Reinbeck when still a child His preliminary educa tion was received there and his academic and medical degrees were conferred by the state University of Iowa Later Dr Albert studied Turn In PJIKI Stimson Gets Navy Treaty Data Ready LONDON April 7 IVSecretary of State Stimson began assembling lis material for a naval conference treaty today thus signalizing the approaching end of the historic iarley The secretary was understood to getting ideas marshaled for a three power States Great Britain and will be so constructed that France and Italy can join laler if they overcome the difficulties which thus far have blocked the progress of the conference The American secretary of state came to London from Stanmore his morning to consult his delega tion but expected to return to his country home during the afternoon to continue work on the intricacies of a naval pact One of his tasks was to analyze the Washington treaty again and to study it in re lation to the proposed new agree ment No one among the various dele gations has yet been willing to ad mit officially that a fivepower treaty is not still possible and work to that end is continuing Unofficial ly however there are expressions that there is small likelihood of the French and Italian problems being settled at this conference LAUDS PACT LONDON April 7 T American quarters today empha sized the achievement of a pros pective threepower naval liml tation treaty rather than the fail ure to attain here a five powe treaty Ambassador Gibson veteran o the unsuccessful tripartite confer fo ohuiin New Fire Hazard Created Near Sudik Gusher Now UnderControl OKLAHOMA CITY April 7 IT gas well estimated to be pro ducing at a rale of 7fi000000 cubic feet a clay blew in at the edge of the city today creating a new fire threat less than 21 hours after the wild No 1 Mary SnaH gusher sev eral miles to the south had been brot under control Tools werethrown when the gasser came in and the well was spurting n biff column of highly in flammable gas into the air No im mediate steps were taken to stop the flow The well owned hy I lie liuiian Terrilory Illunnnaliivj Oil com pany which also own the Mary Sudik is located a east of the edge of Capitol Hill a suburb ml lies across a paved street bordering on Trasper park Supply houses occupy he dis tricl Traffic linos traverse the area which hns the anpcarance of a small congested oil town The scene begyaifd doscriplion Never mint said the editor j borrow a few adjecliveri and go on with ouisvilie Cmirior I Journal MITCHELL URGES SENATE ACTION Wants Legislation Passed to Transfer Prohibition Enforcement WASHINGTON April 7 Early action on the prohibitioi enforcement transfer bill and on prison relief measures was advo cated before the senate judiciary committee today by Attorney Gen eral Mitchell to help administration of the dry law The bill for the transfer of the prohbition enforcement unit from the treasury department to the de partment of justice has been passed by the house Little Hope Tor Inimiry The attorney general regfirdei unfavorably the resolution Chairman Norris proposing a sen ate investigation of prohibition en forccment and the author conceded after the meeting that he had littl i hope for the inquiry Asked about the charges of poli tics mixing in enforcement mad by Mrs Mabel Walker Willebrandt former assistant attorney genera in charge of prohibition prosecu lions Mr Mitchell said he had de clined to comment on this befor the senate committee Chairman Norris called his at tention to Mrs Willebrancits serie of newspaper articles dealing will prohibition The attorney genera excused himself from comment on the ground that her charges deal with a period prior to his aclminis trail on Reporting that federal prison were greatly overcrowded Mr Mitchell attributed this principally to increased prosecutionsunder the dry law However he suid the Dyer automobile theft law the Mann act and the narcotic act also had con tributed to the increase in number of prisoners Doesnt IVrmit Power Arguing for the transfer meas ure Mr Mitchell said the same government department which in vestigates and arrests prohibition violators should prosecute them He opposed however the pro vision to transfer to the justice de partment control over the industrial and medicinal alcohol permits He wouldleave that with the treasury After iuoriously learning our A B Cs we arc confronted with Hit task ol liiisteriu the dial tele Journal FOLLOWERS GANDHI IN CLASH WITH OFFICERS British Police Move to Prevent Civil Dis obedience Bombay India April 7 and a party of fol owers of Mahatma Gandhi engaged n a scuffle on the beach this morn ng while volunteers engaged in the ivil disobedience campaign were collecting salt in defiance of tin overnment Monopoly While so engaged the police ar rived and demanded the salt which he volunteers refused to hand over While the altercation was in prog a number of villagers arrived at the beach and also began to col ect salt Arrested Captain The police then arrested the cap ain of the volunteers and others who had told the volunteers not to ive up their salt In the scuffle which followed two nationalists wer reported slightly injured Mahatma Gandhi who opened the civil disobedience campaign himself yesterday arrived on the beach from Dandi shortly after the scuffle to observe his usual Monday silence and meditation In a speech written by him and read aloud by a volunteer Gandhi said he would come again tomorrow to collect salt with the volunteers He exhorted all the villagers to di likewise He advised them to come clad only m loin cloths sis they could not afford to have their clothes torn He also urged them not to surrender the salt they had col lected even if the police broke their hands Salt Is Sold Salt gathered by Gandhi yester day has been refined and sold at auction for 525 rupees It is understood that Gandhi shortly will issue special pledges for public signature whereby the signa tories bind themselves to use only contraband salt The salt that Gandhi manufactures will be auc tioned all over India each successful bidder being expected to give back his purchase for rcauclioning A number of women volunteers have started the sale of contraband salt in Surat Will Rogers SANTA MONICA April Tuesday Ruth Hamia goes to the post in Illinois A woman by birth but a poli tician by train ing I like her She is not con tinually yap ping about the womans angle Women are not doing so poor in this country We waul a wo man that will help out us men WILL KOGUISS We cant get a man in there to do il She will be the first elected female to sil in that august body Ruth wont feel at home in the1 senate for she is too young There is 40 old ladies in there now Only difference is these dont knit Yours WILL ST PAUL NEGRO BROKEN RAIL WRECKS TRAIN Only Four of Passengers on Southern Pacific Are Injured CITY La April 7 Southern Pacific passenger I ruin No 10 west bound from New Or leans to California was derailed at Lake Bridge Ln about 12 miles easl of here early today A rail gavt way after the locomo ive and two cars had passed Five Pullmans onechair car and me klinge car the track two nf tiie Pullmans Altho there were 77 passengers n the Pullmans only four received minor bruises reports here said Railroad officials however arc making a complete check of tne passengers t determine if any wore rurierl under the overturned cars Trafficcast and west of the scene of the wreck will be delayed about 2 hours Fugitive Arrested at Du buque After Latest Killing ST PAUL Minn April 7 Andy Mann 10 Negro held for the torture slaying of a 10 year old boy hero Saturday confessed today police said to the murder oC Dor othy A une 12 Minneapolis girl found strangled last August Chief oC Police 15 1 Murnanc said the Negro made the confession o the A une slaying of his own free vill ill the presence of Chief Mur lane and a number of detectives Ic had previously confessed to Idli ng the boy Earl Tague whose jocly was found on a railroad ciu mnliment Saturday A full account of the Minneapo is slaying was given in the Negros onfession ChieC Muniane said Mann declaring lie had killed the A une girl by stuffing paper down icr throat The childs body wrapped in gunnysacks and bound with wire was found by the road side on Aug Ill last Sot Flri To SlutcU Dorothy disappeared on her way to a grocery store a few blocks front her home Her body wan mu tilated in much the same manner as that of the Tngdc boy Wires and ropes were used in each instance to bind the victims Chief Murnape said Mann also had confessed to spltlug Kfs shack in which Robert a Negro was burned to death about n week ago The Tague boys nude and muti lated body was found early Satur day on a railroad embankment near the St Paul airport Dorothys hotly also was found near the railroa I Lracks in South Minneapolis Finnic at Mann was arrest erl Saturday night on a freight train at DulJiiqti Iowa He waived extradition proceed ings and was returned here where he confessed to the Tague slaying and was indicted today for the crime He will be arraigned late to day In his confession Maim suul ac coiding to police 11ml he came li I St Paul from N 1 in 1027 after serving a senterce for assaulting two women in ti street brawl THREE YOUTHFUL FLYERS KILLED Plane Crashes in Nebraska After Governor Weavers Speech TILDEN Nebr April 7 tree planting ceremony attended bj Governor Weaver and 5000 resi dents of northeastern Nebraski came to a tragic ending yesterday as it crashed from height of OOC feet Tiie ceremony had just been com plclcd and the crowd was dispers ing when the plane caught by a sudden gust of wind fell into a tail spin crashed to earth and burst in to flames Two of the occupants were killed in the crash and n third the pilot died last night at a local hospital The dead all residents of Plain view Nebr are Kenneth Kirk pilot and coowner of the plune Leonard Alexander 22 part owner of Ihe ship Leuii Baldwin 2t The large crowd bad spent a ma jor portion of the tlay in planting trees and shrubbery and Governor Weaver hud just concluded the pro gram with an address when I lie plane crashed 300 feet from tho speakers platform Kirks mother was among the witnesses j Uuvnlm0 Markin hish schoo The trio had taken off from a Is Winner CriAKLKS CITY April Minneapolis Bookie Is Found Slain Cops Are Minus Any Clews MINNEAPOLIS April 7 in Police today were confronted another unsolved gangland of Sam Doc MiMi horkrnalcer and said to he a convict His body with seven hiillol in L was found here early Sunday in his automobile which had litcn force1 to trc curb by two oth er machines from which gunfire iitcl hcen poured Police wire without a clew to Me motive for lie killing or to iie slny rs One theory advanced was lival or racketeers had taken fullers life when lliey learned hn planned to invade tVir territory with his bookie business nearby field a minutes before the accident Failed to Straighten Out HAYS Kans April 7 parent failure of a biplane to straighten out of a wingover has brot death to Leslie Marshall the pilot and OrviMc Herbert and Melvin Itidcfcwuy both passengers and both Tho men were killed here yester day at the Hays flying field Failing from an nltitucle of annul fiOO feet the airplane burst into flames when it struck the ground Bodies of Ihe occupants of the ship were burned badly was winner of fourth place in the district musictil contest being hold at Waterloo The local school will have entries in the tenor and baritone solo sections Charles City Students to Have Brief Vacation to Allow Repair CITY April 7Fire discovered in the Central school building here il oclock IMs niornnijj badly damaged the rn occupied by the fourth and eighth gradis in the noribeast corner of Ihe building and made tin ischoul unfit for use today Tho entire building was bailly damaged by smoke and water School was dismissed by Supt P O Lapham to allow clearing away de bris and getting the building in j shape for occupancy All of the equipment and bonks in the lwn i rooms were destroyed either by fire j or water It is believed that the blaze origi nated in tho basement of the build ing at the foot of a paper shute The building is heated from a furnace located m Ihe manual arts building some distance away Henry Slolte is janitor of the building J IOWA WEATHER Monday and prob ably Tuesday Slightly colder in cast port inn Monday night Somiuliat warmer Tuesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21liour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Warmest Sunday ill ixilrst ill U At X A M Monday Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Wannest Saturday it tiniest in Night tfl When the weather records are written for April a big chapter will be dcvoteti to the lust storm which hilci Inwa in its grip Saturday An extremely heavy northwest wind lifted dry dirt into the air and tho result was a condition simulating fog So dense was the dust in the central part of the state that air mail service was temporarily halted In Mason City furniture in homes and desks in oificen were covered hy a layer of grime There has been mi rain in the first week of April and thruonL the spring there lias boon a deficiency of moisture ;

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