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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 29, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas PAPER Edited for the Home EDITION VOL XXXVlnvB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASONCITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 29 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SEKVICB NO 199 What of the Welcome Senate Greeting to Depend on Probe Committee By CHARLES P STEWART ASH1NGTON May 29 ICPA Candidates for U S senate seats will do well to mind their campaign ps and qs this year or thinking themselves elec ted next Novem ber and present ing their creden tials when the 72nd congress convenes maybe they will find il mighty difficnl to overcome the S already sittin senators objection to admitting them Their welcome or otherwise wil depend largely upon the recommen dation ot Senator Gerald P Nyes committee the North Dakotan be ing chairman on expenditures by the various aspirants to enter the upper congressional if previously in to stay in Senator Nyes commitfte is sim ilar to the famous committee under the chairmanship of the then Sena tor James A Reed of Missouri which succeeded in keeping the sen ate doors closed against Frank L Turn to Page 12 Column 4 BANDIT TAKEN FROM MOB Murder a VETERANS WILL DRAFT PERSHING General in Paris Insists He Will Not Enter Politics C LINCOLN Nebr May 20 f Forfncr scivicc men of Nebraska are finding iteasy to say no to their formerv cornmandtaggeneral BOTH HAMMILL AND DICKINSON FOR PRESIDENT Two Candidates Reaffirm Their Support of Hoover By THE ASSOCIATED TUESS TWO of the candidates for there publican senatorial nomination oday took occasion to affirm theii support of President Hoovers ad ministration as the primary cam paign neared its end Gov John Hammill at Hampton said that if nominated and electe1 he expects to follow the lead of the great president Congressman L J Dickinson at Marshalltown spoke in favor of Hoovers good administra tion Have Never Wavered I was one of the first lowans Governor Hammill said to assure the president of my unqualified sup port I have never wavered in m loyalty tohimI never expect to The president is so able so hon cst so constructive and so unselfish in every thot and purpose he has fo his country that onefeels justifiec in pledging unqualified devotion t the sure faith that he will never re gret having made such a pledge If we are in to refusal to en s senatorial race as an oppon fGecjrgeWMorris The generals name will be en tercdfor the republican primaries and if he is determined to ignore pur wishes he will have until July 3 to withdraw his name said A A Misegadis a leader in the draft movement replying to dispatches from Paris where Pershing reitet5 ated his determination to stay out of Nebraska politics Petitions are in circulation Mis egadis related and a Pershingfor senator headquarters has been es tablished expresse wishes Herbert Hoover will have n more loyal supporter in the Unite Turn to Iapa fl Column Miss Johnsons Plane Cracks Up in Effort to Land at Airdrome BRISBANE Queensland May 29 Amy Johnson wto flew from England to Australia without a mishap of consequence cracked up Jier plane at Eagle Farm aerodrome this afternoon while en route from Port Darwin North Australia to Sydney She was not injured The plane carried by crosswinds over the edge of the aerodrome hit a fence and turned turtle Miss Johnson who is 23 years old was thrown clear of the machine but beyond a shaking up was not hurt The propeller of the machine snappedNoff and both its wings crumpledv butr the undcrcarriage was not damaged It will be re paired ns quickly as possible to enable her to continue her flight to the southern states AUNT HET By Robert QUiJlen folks say clothes aini sinful but its hard for me to feel humble an peni tent when Ive got on silk next to me Spirited Away in Gangland Auto CROWD FAILS IN COMMUTE LIVES LOST IN OKLAHOMA CITYFIRE REPORT 0 K ON LONDON TREATY Backers Count Upon Large Majority in First Vote WASHINGTON May e Firemen are shown cooline the ruins of the Oklahoma City coliseum just before the search for lie bodies of flxe victims of the lire began Damage to the building and automobiles stored within is esti mated at GRAF CONTINUES JOURNEY TO US Dirigible Expected to Reach Lakehurst by Sunday Night BULLETIN LONDON May 3J Graves of 248 Veterans to Be Decorated Friday PREMIER GIVEN CONFIDENCE VOTE NonVoting Liberals Hel MacDonald Government to Win Out May 29 th race of its own dissenters and herals who did not vote the la or government of J Ramsay Mai onald still was safely in the sadd oday The ministry last night defeate y a vote of 270 to 241 a conserva ivemotion of noconfidence asking eduction of the salary of J H homas lord privy seal and minister or unemployment Twentythree of the 29 left wing aborites who refused to voice con idence in Mr MacDonald at last veeks parliar ntary labor party aucus voted with the government Had the government been de eated jnservative victories in two ye elections of the past few days vould have been a factor in predic ions of the result of a general elcc ion Sir Oswald Mosley whose res ignation last week as chancellor the Duchy of Lancaster precipi ated the storm voted with the gov ernment but spoke an hour and a quarter explaining his stand Lady Cynthia Mosley American lorn andalso an M P listened in tently as he spoke that he hud sighted llio Grnf Zeppelin at 10 oclock today Greenwich time 4 n m O S T anil exchanged radio mes sages NATAL Brazil May 29 The Graf Zeppelin bound for Ha vana and Lakehurst N J sailed northwestward today under skies in which the Great Bear and the Pole Star replaced the Southern Cross as guideposts The Graf passed the equator at 7 p m C S T last night at about its juncture with the fortyninth parallel a point 700 miles from Pernambuco and about 200 miles north of the nearest land Weather permitting Dr Hugo Eckener the crafts master planned to continue in a general northwesterly direction possibly passing the British Isle of Trinidad to Havana The Graf would miss the Amazon estuary altogether escaping squalls ind disagreeable flying weather for vhich the section isnoted It was xpected to reach Havana some ime Saturday remain there two r three hours and fly on to Lake hurst where the ship will be moored Sunday WILL ROGERS m BEVERLY HILLS Cal May 2 Next to the discovery of a cancel cure there couldnt possibly be any thing of any more value than th claim in the papers VVednesda that John Hays Hammond had dis covered a television that would penetrate fog and that an airplan pilot could look at his television and see exactly what was thru the fog If they got that why thats a they have been needingFinding way to eliminate fog The next big discovery is find a way to get pro hibition out of politics Yours J 1110 UcNo EXPECT HOOVER TO 0 K TARIFF Agreement on Flexible Pro vision Is Reached in Senate WASHINGTON May 29 Another agreement ona revised flexible provision for the tariff bill precipitated a hot debate in the sen ite today during which the republi can leader Watson of Indiana ex pressed the opinion that President Hoover would sign the SmootHaw ley measure The new clause would make presidential power in rate ad justments broad and would restrict lariff commission authority Former Soldiers of Three Wars to Take Part VETERANS of three wars patri otic organizations two bands three bugle corpsthree national guardunits as well as Boy Scouts arid camp fire girls obserya tic e of Me mbrial day Friday morning The feature of the day will be a parade of these organizations thru the business sectionof and to the cemetery where a program will be given In this program the chief number will be an address by H F Risse of St Ansgar who will talk the significance of Memor ial day as a time to think of the futility of war To Decorate Graves One of the impressive parts of the ceremony will be the decoration of the graves of 248 veterans of four wars at the cemetery These include 185 Civil war veterans 13 Spanish American war veterans 46 World war veterans and two veteransof the War of 1812 Besides these there are two United States regulars buried here Eight veterans were buried at the local cemetery in past year These were George Lanigan Roy E Luther Delmar Eggert and Vernol Howe of the World war and William Bell Albert ChurchVl R Kirk and Wiler Morris of the United Spanish American war veterans No deaths were suffered by the G A R in the past year With the state champion high school band the municipal band the ClausenWbrden and the Senegalese drum and bugle corps of the Legion and the fife and drum organization of the Sons of Veterans and Span ish war veterans supplying rhythm and color for the parade the event is expected to equal if not surpass those of other years To Assemble at The observance is being staged under he sponsorship of the Me morial association ol which E G Gashel is chairman and N G Turn to rage ft Column ORDER OF PARADE 9 a proceeds north on Washington avenue to Third street northwest then to Fed eral avenue south on Federal to the cemetery Detail of police exservice men Marshal oE the F Helbig Chief of I Tt7et Aide E G Gashel Municipal band Military escort three national guard com panies Maj George Crawford commanding G A R in auto mobiles ClausenWorden post drum and bugle corps United Spanish War veterans Ameri can Legion Second Division Auxiliaries Aide George Ficken Senegalese drum and bugle corps Womens relief corps Spanish War veterans auxiliary Le gion auxiliary Daughters of jlerans Sons of Veterans and SpanishAmerican fife and drum corps Third Division Aide lohn Brown High school band Boy Scouts Girl Reserves of Y W C A Camp Fire girls Y M C A and HiTri AT THE CEMETERY MusicMunicipal band Rev P VV Pfaltzgraff Song fed by Municipal band Reading of general order No E G Gashel Decoration of and Boy Scouts Music High school band Song Mrs Avis Zumwalt Lincolns Gettysburg John Wallace Decoration of monument to un known F Risse of St Ans Salute of the of Company F bugle corps Star Spangled school band G Gashel chair man of Memorial association 29 Its extended hearings on the Lon don naval treaty at an end the senate foreign relations committee was ready today to report the pact to the senate No hasty action was expected however as the necessity for hurry had been removed by the adoption of a program under which the treaty will be taken up by the senate at a special session The proponents of the pact were anxious neverthe less to bring the arms limitation agreement to a committee vote and counted upon a large majority in favor of ratification To Continue Hearings The Examination of a long HHC 1 cession of high ranking naval offi cers was brot to a conclusion late yesterday Most these had been called by Senator Johnson rcpubli can California who Is opposed to ratification Senator Reed republi can Pennsylvania a member of th delegation whiehdrafted the treaty had intended calling officers favor able to the pact to offset the ttfqny of Johnsons witnesses bu with ther mark We have the votes The senate naval committee ex pects to continue its hearings on th compact for some time These se sions however are independent of the inquiry of the foreign relations group and their continuance will not delay action by the latter Develop Conflict The hearings have developed a conflict of opinion among the naval officers on the advisability of rati fying the treaty Contrasting views were expressed on the comparative merits of eight inch and six inch gun cruisers The pact limits the United States to 18 vessels of the former type and pro vides for building up its fleet of the latter Foes of the treaty are of the opinion the treaty docs not provide for parity with Great Britain as contended by the administration and also believe that it gives Japan a cruiser ratio in excess of the five three relationship adopted for cap ita ships at the Washington con ference Dickerson and Dushoff Face New Charges in Des Moines Rum War DES MOINES Maq 28 James Dickerson and William Dush off who were free on bonds of each on charges of assault to commit murder in Des Moines recent liquor war were confronted with more trouble today following their arrest by officers who found a total of 100 pints and 50 quarts of liquor in their car Two guns were found in the auto mobile The i n were held for investiga tion in the city jail Dushoff isn brother of Jack Harris who died of wqunds received in the liquor war fnr a month aco Efforts Made for Release of Soanish A Pair Held in Africa CANALEJAS Spain May 29 Pi several coastguard cutters and mail boats today patrolled the African coast messengers were sent inland from Spanish military posts in the hope of releasing Com mandante Ricardo Burguete and Captain Nunez Maza and their com panions believed held for ransom in the Sahara desert by wild tribes men Report Hoover Home Leased to Socially Prominent Frisco Pair SAN FRANCISCO May 29 The Examiner today said President Hoovers home on the Stanford uni versity campus south of here has been leased to Dr and Mrs David ArmstrongTaylor socially promi nent San Franciscoans The agent for the property declined to confirm or deny the report To Our Rural Route Subscribers The GlobeGazettes Early Mail Extra edition giving morning paper service IB issued almost exclusively for the benefit of pur rural route subscribers Inasmuch as there will be no deliveries on the rural routes Memorial day the Early Mail Extra of Friday May 30 will not be issued but instead the Home Edition of Thursday carrying the same comics and feature matter will be mailed to all subscribers usually served by Early Mail edition The Early Mail Extra of Saturday carrying all lhe news of Memorial day events and sports will be de livered as usual Saturday morning PLEA OF DEFENSE AGAIN IS DENIED Judge H E Taylor Over rules Petition for Di rected Verdict rvECORAH May H E U Taylor this morning overruled the motion of attorneys for Walter Casten for a directed ver dict the second time He ordered Castens trial on charges of poison ing his daughter Romelda 14 to proceed and attorneys immediately started delivering their arguments Among the dozen witnesses who testified for vthe defense yesterday were Mrs John Casten the defend ants mother and his brothei Leon ard The rest were neighbors who asserted Casten always treated his daughter well Gives First Argument After the defense rested a recess was given which was greatly pro longed owing to an argument among the attorneys in the adjoin ing room as to the admissibility of a certain witness the state wished to use in rebuttal testimony The witness Mrs Richard Ruf fridge was not allowed to testify so the state offered no rebuttal testimony Attorneys for the defense then made a motion for a directed verdict Attorney Houck making the first argument before the court He stated briefly that the statements of the defendant and his wife on the witness stand as regarded their act ions on the day of their childs death were that it must have been the truth that the child was alive when they left He said if the cake the frosting dishes Tuin PIRC H Column Police Grab One Man Off Killers Car Three Boys Watch Killing and Flight With Body CHICAGO May 29 gang gunning that left no corpus delicti mystified police today That murder was done police were certain The blood stains were still there at the entrance of the alley in the Edgewater residential section this morning A man iden tified as one of the gunners wns in jail But the body was gone Three youths saw the shooting hey saw several men leap from purple striped sedan and fire many hots at a man who had started to ee at sight of them The man fell tie youths said his head was al most shot away Got One Man They ran for a policeman Tiie unners picked up the body of their ictim and dumped it into the auto mobile They piled in themselves and the car was set in motion One of the men however had no succeeded in getting inside the ca vhen it started He leaped to th running board just as several police men pistols drawn came runnin up One of the youths cried sto them and the officer grabbed th man and yanked him from the run ing board as the automobile sped away The nian gave his Hunt 27 years old 7n the alley was a golf bag containing a shotgun and in Hunts pocket was an auto matic pistol Hunt denied taking part in the shooting Seek Four Others Police today were seeking Mike Allegretti James Hines Ralph Pierce and Clyde Bridges who rec ords revealed had been arrested on previous occasions with Hunt Of ficers believe Allegretti to be the real manager of the Cotton club the Cicero cabaret reputedly owned by Ralph Capone Detectives suggested that the indictment yesterday by a federal grand jury of Ralph Capone under the Jones law may have provided a motive for the gun attack the vic tim possibly being someone believed lo have givenjinformation involving Capone in liquor law violations Whether the victim of the gun men was killed in the alley attack police had no way of knowing but they were certain that if the man were alive when taken into the car he later was killed A new sedan windshield shattered and cartridges strewn about the floor was found in an alley behind a church in the neighborhood where the shooting occurred and an iden tification card in a door pocket gave the name of Harry Greenfield whom police believe to be the victim Sheriff and Deputies Dis perse South Dakota Mob BULLETIN KLK POINT S link May contention to the holdup of the First National bank hern Monday itfternoon was oh tiilned at 11 oclock this morn ing from John W Elltolt 32 of Sioux City policeannounced lifter a prolonged imestloninic of the suspect in the Elk Point jiil POINT ST Dak May 23 UM j A crowd oC 75 men failed last ight in an attempt lo lynch John W Elliott held for the robbery ot he First National bank last Mon ay Elliott was being returned from Sioux City where he was arrested yesterday When Sheriff N G cum reached the jail with his pris oner he was met by the crowd which overpowered him and carried Elliottt away in an automobile The sheriff and several deputies pursued overtook the fleeing machines and recaptured Elliott There was no dis play of firearms but the officers used their fists before regaining cus tody of the prisoner Elliott was placed In a cell un der guard of six men and 10 citizens who were inada special MUSCLE SHOALS TO CONFERENCE House Finally Passes Meas ure to Lease Power Site WASHINGTON May 29 The senate today sent the Muscle Shoals legislation passed yesterday by the house to conference in an attempt to adjust the wide differ ences between the senate and bouse but little hope was held nut for a confpromise nt this session The measure for private lease of the war time properly in Alabama was sent to conference without de bate Senator Nonis republican Ne braska author of the senate mnas ure for government operation of the power plant was named one of the conferees Senator McNary repub lican Oregon the chairman of the agriculture committee is chairman of the conferees and Senator Smith democrat South Carolina is the other member it who escaped in cur rency from the banlV Free man president and Johnson cashier making the identification They declared thatt a 38 caliber nickel plated revolver found in a closet at the Elliott home in Sioux City was the one with which the robber had forced them into a vault as he obtained the cash The prisoner professed innocence Recover Stolen Funds SIOUX CITY May 29 ing on information contained in the confession of John W Elliott 32 of Sioux City a squad of de tectives this afternon recovered 83 of the which Elliott in said to have admitted he obtained Monday afternoon wben he staged n daring daylight holdup of the First National bank Elk Poiiu S Dak The money was found in the home of Elliotts parents Mr and Mrs E L Elliott 1107 Pierce street where the robber was cap lured Wednesday night by a repre sentative of the South Dakota Bankers association Tho robbery loot was found where Elliott had told officers they would find it hidden in an old oat meal carton in the side cupboard of the Elliott home dining room When first arrested here Wcd icsday night Elliott stoutly chinled ils guilt and expressed a willing loss to stand trial He waived ex radition and wns taken to the jail it Elk Point where he in said to lave confessed this morning Rubbers Shoot Chicago Store Manager to Death CHICAGO May 29 Koch manager of the Midway Linen and Supply company was shot to death by three robbers who attempt eii to hold up lhe place today They fled without taking any money Sfrf Wea IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Thursiliiy night anil Friday except possibly un settled in extreme west portion Continued cnoJ Possibly light frosts in northeast portion LOCAL STATISTICS GloheGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning cclriisiliiy S3 Minimum in Night 30 At X A SI Thursday 53 Wednesday was another one ot the series of chilly days which have marked this spring season The wind was out of the northwest again Thursday morning and the chilliness continued despite a bright sun   

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