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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 16, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME EDITION ivTAgnxT n A Y APTTT ifi 1980 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 162 VOL XXX VI FIVE CENTS PEK COPY ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED WltUD JakKVUjL MAbUiN Uil I 1UWA W JJiDlN I AriXiLi 1O IJOU Opposing Theories Court Appointments Uncover Schools of Thot BANKERS LAUD GROUP PLAN By CHARLES T STEWART ASHINGTON April all government offi cials it general ly is agreed that it is most impor tant for judges to be strictly fair If this is true of Americas low er tribunals both state and federal it certainly is preem i n e n 11 y true of the su preme court of the United States because the latter is a court from which there is no appeal Besides in effect it is much more than a court It does not pass laws but it decides what they which frequently amounts practi cally to making them Or it can veto an act of congress by pro nouncing it unconstitutional Un like a presidential veto the supreme courts veto cannot be overridden The supreme justices also hold or ifice for life Once In there is no changing them AND of late the U S supreme court has been under heavy at tack as predicted It is not charged with dishonesty but with bias The accusation does not come from any irresponsible source It comes from many of the ablest members of the U S senate who complain that recent supreme court apointments by President Hoover are calculated to continue if not to aggravate this bias It has been charged not only once upon the appointment of Chief Jus tice Charles Evans Hughes but a second time in connection with the appointment of Judge John J Par ker of North Carolina to an asso ciate justiceship A l 41 Two for Murder of Capital Girl Itsgovernment oppose one another in the United States today as they always perhaps they are in more formidable conflict today than ever in the past by reason of the huge growth in the national wealth and of the disappearance in the last decade or two of the na tural opportunities once available to Turn to Page 4 Column ARE SPREADING Blaze Razing Vast Terri tories Moving Into East ern Kentucky MARENGO Wis April 1G forest fire that thrcat rnecl to force farmers and resi dents of town from their homes was brot under control early today The fire started Monday in slashings left liy tho old Mellen Lumber company Thirty men fought morethan 30 hours before the blaze ivrs controlled IRVINE Ky April 16 est fires which for days have been raging on the other side of the mountains in Virginia and North Carolina today were consuming hillsides of timber near here and at other points in eastern Kentucky Conditions near here became seri ous yesterday when a sawmill was destroyed along with lumber val ued at several hundred dollars Fears were expressed that if the flames are not checked within hours they will reach oil storage tanks at Bear Tracks near here HAMMILL ASKS OF HOOVER CLAIM Dickinson Says Gover nors Tariff Belief Is AntiRepublican Statements of Governor Haimnill and Representative Dickinson on the tariff given Tuesday night will be found on Pago TIPTON April 16 at Tipton in the county of toe birthplace President Hoover at noon Congressman L J Dickinson republican candidate for the United States senate declared Governor Hammill his opponent for the sena torial nomination is asking iepub licans of Iowa for votes on a plat form whicn calls for the repudia tion of the president The address was given before the Lions cluta Mr Hammills platform calling for the repudiation of President Hoover is contained in his sugges tion that every man who had agri cultures interest at heart should have voted against the tariff bill which passed the house Dickin son said Is Republican Measure Tne Hawley tariff bill was a re publican bill It was brot in at the Instanc e o f a ir epubllpan president It came before the house carrying schedule after schedule of higher rates on agricultural products de signed to protect the American market for the American farmer As a republican coming from a re publican state and a republican dis trict I voted for that bill I did not think then and I do not think now that I would have been true to my obligations andto my constituents or to my party if I had been willing as Mr Hammill suggests to vote against the Hawley bill It must be remembered that the constitution provides that all tantl legislation must originate in the house The friends of agriculture de voted their time in obtaining the best possible rates on agricultural products Would Have Been Killed If the republican representatives from the agricultural states had followed Mr Hammils ideas and voted against the Hawley bill then tariff legislation for the benefit ol agriculture would have been killed Dickinson said he voted for the Hawley bill for the reason that he was convinced that it was the thing RESULTS OF DISARMAMENT CONFERENCE UNDER LONDON TREATY New navul toiimiKC figures show that Great Britain anil Ihe United Stales will reduce their present navies somewhat while Japan will lie permitted n slluht increase In 1olnl innnngc under the threepower treaty to lie slcnecl at London the result of the naval conference Thn United StiiteH und ireat Britain will have equality the British tonnage being somewhat higher because of si large cruiser advantage given tho United States Turn to Page 8 Column AUNT HET Uy Robert Qtiillcn Maybe bein fat dont af fect the eyesight but I never knowecl a fat woman tliat didnt talk about what little dab she et LEGGE INSISTS ON REDUCTION Farmers Must Limit Produc tion to Prosper Says WASHINGTON April 16 Chairman Legge of the federal board today renewed his appeal for a reduced wheat and cotton acre age as a measure of bettering the finances of the farmer Wheat growers were being urged to re duce their acreage 10 per cent he said in a radio that production can be made more nearly in line with domestic mar ket requirements thereby making the 42 cent tariff more effective In asking the wheat farmer to reduce his acreage the board is not asking him to reduce his Income he added Instead the board confidently believes his income will be im proved If he could get more money for four bushels of wheat than he now gets for five what is the in centive for raising the extra bushel exhausting the fertility of the soil and going to the extra labor of rais ing it only in the last analysis to reduce his to increase it He suggested that the farmer re store the rapidly disappearing woodlot with the land available from smaller wheat and cotton acreages RCA Takes Over Radio Factori es THREE KILLED IN PLANE WRECK 1 A COIIUUCICU llllll TWO Military Lombat Air and radio he said Curran Tells Committee of Wet Efforts WASHINGTON April 16 fl5 Upholding the Association Against che Prohibition Amendment Henrj H Curran its president testified today to the senate lobby committee that one of the purposes of the or ganization was to advocate election of congressman favoring repeal of the dry laws Curran testified 100 persons are employed by the association in 12 offices He placed his salary at 000 a year and William H Stayton chairman of the board of directors of the asso ciation receives Chairman Caraway asked Curran whether Ne groes were eligible for membership Certainly he replied You dont draw any color line Caraway continued Keep those words in your mouth Curran said dont put them in mine Curran said there were 250 mem bers of the board of directors anu 1000 were eligible for membcvship Curran said his only employment was with the association Previous ly he had been counsel for the City club of New York You are a lawyer Chairman Caraway asked No I am a member of the bar Curran replied I understand there is a differ ence in New York Caraway re marked Speak for yourself Curnn said The witness raid the organization supported ondidatos favoring repeal whicn it wanted to bring about in order to resore to the states the right to regulate liquor traffic Campaigns were also conducted thru newspaper releases ACCUSE SIX IN FLORIDA MURDER Liquor Hijacker Alleged t Have Been Drowned in Canal ITANCES OF DEAD CLERK ARE QUESTIONED Victims Body Found Stuffed Into Culr vert WASHINGTON April K Two suspects one arrested in Washington anil the other taken from a freight train in Maryland were under investigation today in the efforts of the police to solve the lystery of the death of Mary Jaker 30 government employe The authorities kept the identity f both a secret but disclosed Unit he arrest in the city came about as he result of information obtained from Miss Bakers friends iis to hose with whom she had been in company shortly before her death Arrested in Maryland Miss Bakers body bruised and pierced by bullets was found on Sat urday stuffed into u culvert near one of the entrances to the Arling ton national cemetery Several hours before her automobile had been Section on Safety Is Acceptable LONDON April 1G 1riims Minister MiieDoiuiUl Secretary Stlmsmi nnd Keljiro Waluitsukl of today reached an agreement of tin safeguarding clause which hud been left in abeyance over night to cnalile the Japanese1 In study tlui proposed clause The wording of tlm cliinsr which is designed to protect the three big nnviil powers in the event that nonsignatories should begin a big building pro gram is being fuldcd to Tokyo by the Japanese delegation LONDON April It pass ing of the hours it is becoming in creasingly uncertain whether the naval treaty which is being evolved here will be ready for signing next Tuesday Unless it is signed then the American delegation will have to forego their reservations home aboard the Leviathan which cannot waiV at Southampton much beyond Wednesday noon The drafting committees toda were engaged in the last stages ot their work and they hoped tu con chide the grind tonight submitting the completed draft to the five pow found streaked with blood some Cr delegations tomorrow Cor Irans PROVIDES GOOD FACILITIES FOR COUNTRY BANKS Wakefield and Decker Explain Minneapolis Financial Cham WASHINGTON April 1U Asserting that the good old days in rural banking that prevail ed up to 1D20 have definitely ended bynmn K Wakefield vice president of the First Bank Stock corpora tion of Minneapolis today described to the house banking committee the initiation of a group banking sys tem to reorganize the rural bunking structure of the northwest The Minnesotan appeared as thr second witness in the group bank mission to the home governments 1 MIAMI F teen men sjx April 1G TV Six of them formally charged with murder were in jail today while officers continued their investigation of the kidnaping o four alleged liquor hijackers and the drowning of one of them Joe Dur rance 24 in the Miami canal Men day morning Authorities said they bad infor mation that Durrance and his com panions were kidnaped by n group let by J K Red Slayton in re taliation for the theft of a quantity of liquor and that Durrance drowned as he leaped into the canal after he had been taken into the ever glades and beaten Sunday night A raid last night on the Hialeah hcaquarters of Slayton resulted in the arrest of four of those in cus tody and the seizure of a quantity of guns and ammunition in quick approval wore forthcoming in 1f000 Words Long The situation with reference to Japan creates considerable doubt that this will be the case however Tf the Tokyo government should de bate in typical oriental it did on the ReedMatsudaira com the terms of the treaty a relay of some length might inter vene before approval was given and the linal signing ceremony hold NEW YORK April 10 dio Corporation of America lias completed arrangements to acquire tho radio manufacturing facilities of the General Electric and the Westinghouse Electric and Manu facturing company it was learned from official sources today Details of the plan are being withheld until tomorrow but it was understood in Wall street that the plan contemplates an exchange of stock which will give General Kec tric and Westinghouse together a substantial majority of the common stock of Radio corporation Those companies already hold abou 25 per cent of the stock most of this being held by General Electric The plan is regarded as a further development in the concentration of the manufacturing of R C A ra dio sets at the plant of the R C A Victor corporation It was An nounced several months ago tiai this corporation which took over the plants of the Victor Talking Machine company at Camden N would take over the radio manufac turing activities of General Electric and Westinghouse Half of the stock of R C AVIctor is held by Radio corporation 20 per cent by General Electric and 20 per cent by Westinghouse There was once a time when th neighbors dropt in fnr a cnll instead of calling in for a Times planes Collide Over French Town CHATEAUROUX Prance April 16 woman was trapped in a house and to death and Lwo pilots were killed as two mili tary combat planes collided over this city today and crashed into the streets One of the plane fell in front of the city hall hitting a cabman and slightly injuring him The pilot was hurled thru the roof of a freight car The other plane crushed the roof of a house a quarter of a mile dis tant and trapped a maid in one of the rooms She was burned to death in the fire which followed the crash The pilot of this plane was catapulted into the courtyard and instantly killed Germanys Most Noted Glider Pilot Is Killed DARMSTADT Germany April 16 Nehring Ger manys foremost glider pilot was killed today when the plane he was Hying crashed near the Island of Kuehkopf in the Rhine His server Steinhaueser saved himself by jumping with a parachute Nehring was in a Junkers plane taking a regular daily weather ob servation flight Brot on liy Rasliob The antiprohibition activities of Currans organization recently came under scrutiny of the lobby Turn to Pace 8 Column Brother of Scarface Capone Gets 30 Days MIAMI BKACH Kla April JR Capone said to be a brother of AI Capone Chicago gangleader was sentenced today to serve 30 days in prison and to pay a fine of for vagrancy Capone was arrested last week while playing golf on a municipal course Chief of Police R H Wood said the arrest resulted from com plaints of other golfers Message Hurled Thru Window for Ambassador MEXICO CITY April 16 message demanding that the Brazil ian ambassador to Mexico intervene on behalf of communist1 imprisoned in Brazil was hurled thru the win dow of the Brazilian embassy to day The message was attached to a stone and inasmuch as the am bassador is now in Rio Janeiro the charge daffaires received ft and immediately asked police pro tection against further attempts of his kind LUND TO TALK TO BURT GROUP Large Crowd Expected at Community Meeting in Kossuth County HURT April Frank Lund candidate for the republican nomination as U S senator is scheduled for aa address here this evening at a community meeting Persons interested in the three cornered political battle between Major Lund Congressman L J Dickinson and Governor John Ham mill for the nomination are ex pected from all parts of the county at the meeting Major Lund is scheduled for an evening address at Aurelia tomor row night which will conclude his program for the week MORlRAlFlS IOWA FORECAST All but Western Section of I State Due for More Precipitation distance away The arrest of the suspect Washington was followed the every case there would be no iea poUce said by the discovery of a son why the conference fina might bloodstained shirt in a suitcase not be written as perschedule lieved to have been his properly The police expected to submit hini to a rigorous crossexamination re quiring a detailed explanation of the shirt and an account of his move ments on Friday night The man arrested in Maryland washeld overnight at an unrevealed place The arrest was announced as having taken place north of Baltimore but a checkup of jails in that vicinity failed to disclose his whereabouts Searched Fields William S Shelby chief of j detectives who announced the arj rests also said that further tionlng of Miss Bakers two roomj mates Olga Skinner and Mildred Sperry was contemplated as part of a general plan to obtain the names of every man with whom Miss Baker was friendly A painstaking search of the fields and woods near the scene of the murder was in progress in the hope that the revolver which was used might be located Troops from Fort Mycr were engaged in this hunt There is too the necessity transmitting the draft form DiKhess Continues Trip KHARTOUM Upper Egypt April 16 Duchess of Bedford who is flying from England to Capetown and return left Juba at dawn today for Dodomn Her ma chine made a forced landing in the bog near Juba and had to be taken out by natives DES MOINES April ITi Iowa skies were gray today after rain thruout the state The weather bureau indicated more precipitation tonight and also tomorrow morning with the exception of the western section With a record of one inch Keo kuk received the greatest rainfal in the last 24 hours Precipitation varied from tha mark to just a trace at Sioux City Waterloo received 96 inch Du buqtie Davenport GO Marsnaj town 50 Iowa City AT Burling ton 32 Council Bluffs 06 and Foil Hodge 02 Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS April The daughters of one of our early and most exclusive revolu tions are in a huddle in Wash ington M c m bership in tliih proves that you did have n fore father on or about 177 I Non member ship proves Unit your forefath from somewhere in just practi cally the last few years Mrs Knbart their president made a speech Monday against entering Kiiropc by pen or pen cil nnd against Kinking even a rowboat She was cheered to the echo Then Mr Hoover fnced practically the same descendants a few hours later advocating joining anything that had an application blank and sinking everything till we reached par ity with Switzerland He was cheered to the same echo Now whats the answer The only thing 1 can make out nf it is the daughters like to cheer Yours WILL ROGERS Tokyo in Romaji or anglicized Japanese in which the words are Turn to liRe 8 olnmu AUDUBONVOTES ON ROAD BONDS Completion of Highway No 71 Across County Is at Stake AUDUBON April 16 pletion of the paving of U S 71 north and south across Audubon county was the issue at stake in a special election today to pass on a proposed S100UOO primary road bond issue Approval of the bonds was neces sary to complete the highway across the county The Htate high 1 way commission virtually has as sured good road boosters of Audu bon county that the paving would be extended from Exira to Bray ton if the bonds are approved and has indicated the concrete might be continued to the Cass county line Contracts already have been let for paving No 71 from Audubon to Exira and the work is expected to he complete by late summer Contractors also have the paving of No 7 from Hamlin east In the Guthrie county Hue underway for completion this year Audubon county last year ap proved a 5700000 bond issue AGED ROCKWELL WOMAN IS DEAD Mrs Catherine Gallagher 78 Suffered Fractured Hip Bone ROCKWELL April Catherine Gallagher 78 a resident here for the past 0 year5 died at a Mason City hospital Wednesday morning She suffered from n frac tured hip and other complications later set in She is survived by three sons Ed ward Waterloo Fergus Dubucuiu and John South Dakota nnd two daughters Mrs J T McEvoy nnd i Mrs Ct C Prcudcnbeig both of Rockwell Funeral services will be held dl I the Catholic chinch here ing phase of the committees finan cial investigation and supported lie opinion advanced yesterday by E W Decker head of the North vest Baiicorponition another Miu icapolis group organization that the group system was more prac tical than branch or unit banking Each of the Minneapolis Institu tions is a group of almost 100 in dividual banks created thru an ex change of stock between the unit banks and the holding companies Keeps Lotill Mumigcniunt By the creation of a group a wider diversification risk and re sources is accomplished than is pos sible in a single jmit Wakefield testified adding that small branch systems with members of the group as the parent organizations might prove advantageous in supplying bank facihtiesin towns too small to sustain a unit bank The plan of his organization he explained provides for the reten tion in the local community of the strongest possible control over the affairs of the unit Management re mains in the hands of the resident officers and local directors the central office exercisingits super vision thru periodical reports of condition regular examinations and the adoption of proved standards Formula Drawn Ijp Representative Strong republi can Kansas asked if the officers of the First National banks of St Paul and Minneapolis from which the group was developed had de cided upon the terms of the ex change of stock between the two banks and the holdingcompany The witness replied that they had adding that a formula covering capitalization net earnings and other considerations was drawn up to cover the exchange in a manner fair to the three firms But you used a different formula when the other banks began to be brot in Strong observed Tho other banks in some cases got a better deal than we did re plied Wakefield Dies in Cell ill Boono BOONE April 16 VI Con Hor arrested last night charged with intoxication was found dead in his cell in the city jail this morn ing Police said he died of alcohol ism Horrigan had been an inmate of the county home for some time IOWA WEATHER Ualn Wednesday night nnd possibly Thursday mnruinir rx rrpt fair in wiHl por tion Thursday hliphtly warmer Thursday LOCAL STATISTICS GltihcGuzette weather figures for 24 hour period ending t 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 4S Minimum In Night US At 8 A M Wednesday Precipitation VA of an Inch Rainfall for the first half of the present week was boosted to more than an inch by the drizzle whicn continued thru most o the day Tuesday and turned to a driving mist Wednesday morning The tem perature was safely but not com fortably abnve the freezing mark with the wind emanating from Ihe east and slightly south   

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