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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 7, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home EDIT VOL XXXVI tlVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKVKJti MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 71927 UNITED PFIESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 207 Dearth of Candidates Massachusetts Cant Find Any one to Run By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON June 7 CPA Considering that Mass achusetts democrats are mighty confident of electing one of their own crowd to the senate next No vember as well as the governor of tho Codfish com monwealth with alj appro priate political And w h y shouldnt they r be Didnt David I Walsh running for the senate as a Massachusetts democrat in 1926 lick the tar out of the republican candidate William M President Coolidge himself wrote a letter to the voters urgingthem to elect Butler Didnt Al Smith carry the in 1928 At a special election to fill a va cancy only a few months ago didnt Mr Coolidges own home congressional never turned down a republican before in all William J Gran field a democrat to the house of representatives Yes sir to each of these questions the correct ans tvev is in the affirmative Well anyway considering this 1 situation in its entirety is it not curious that there is not a regular stampede of aspirants to get on this years Massachusetts democratic senatorial candidate and gubernatorial candidate et cetera i NEVERTHELESS thus far there is just one and only one Massa chusetts democratic candidate for jnsenate officially of record I dismiss fhe governorship angle t the problem from consideration s too subtle for anyone but a lo expert to discuss with even a J iHVn to Page J3 Column 1 CAROL TO MADE KING p SESSIONS I NEARING CLOSE j Cedar Rapids Man Chosen Grand Counselor of State Lodge CHARLES CITY June Moines was picked to be host to 1 the 1931 convention of the United j Commercial Travelers in the busi ness session of the organization here this morning and Zfllah Car stenson Clinton was elected grand counselor of the womens auxiliary Harry T Tisher Cedar Rapids will bo the senior grand counselor for i tho state next year Other officers are Grand junior counselor J R Carlin Oskaloosa 1 grand past counselor Howard W jPower Davenport grand secretary H Griffel Burlington grand treasurer Albert E Braham Des Moines grand chaplain Claude C King Sioux City grand conductor C C Cartwright Marshalltown grand page Fred L Luce Creston i Rex C Anderson Clinton was i elected grand sentinel at U C T Convention officers were installed by supreme junior counselor Arch McFarland Waterloo Past grand counselor Jessie McGill Storm Lake grand coun f selor Zillah K Carstensen Clinton grand junior counselor Mary D Avery Sioux City grand past j counselor Lilllian Huntington Wa i terloo grand secretary Esther Lemke Carroll grand treasurer j Turn o Pasc 8 Column m AUNT HET By Robert Quilien 7 I dont want no female doctor When Ive got a pain I want a doctor to look im pressed instead o claimin to have one just like it Four Killla Six Injured in Colorado CaveIn PRINCE RETURNS 4 LONG ISLAND BANK ROBBERS OBTAIN Employes From Man ager to Porter Bound and Gagged NEW YORK June 7 leisurely bank robbers took 522000 in cash from the Richmond Hill National bank in Jamaica L I this morning leaving every em ploye of the bank from porter to manager bound and gagged when they drove away The four drove up to the bank in the eastern outskirts of New York City just as Joseph Whalen the porter unlocked the door Two of them entered behind Whalen and two remained in the automobile The inside men made the porter unlock a cashiers cage and then tied him up As the other employes arrived one by one they were seized and tied and deposited oh the floor in a corner beside Whalen When Albert Thome the manager entered he was forced to open the vault from which the robbers removed all the available currency ONE DIES WHEN PLANE FALLS INTO BAY TIRE LEADS TO MURDER ARREST Packiftgr House Executive Not Found to Have Been Slain TOPEKA Karis June 7 Discovery that a tire wasundam aged which Roy Kramer packing company vice president apparently was mending when killed March 26 led to the arrest yesterday of L H Kimmel president of the firm on a charge of murder Kramers body was found stretched in front of his automobile near a wheel supported by a jack along a highway near Topeka Po lice assumed he had been killed hy a passing automobile until they no ticed the tire had not been punc tured The undamaged tire started an in vestigation which ended yesterday when Virgil Pointer Kimmels handy man was alleged to have confessed he killed Kramer at the packing company executives sug gestion Pointer was quoted by police as saying he ambushed Kramer on a stairway of his home struck him with a club and drove with the body to the place on the highway where it was found next day In his pur ported confession he said he forgot to puncture the tire after elevating it on a jack to receive investigators Protesting his innocence the packing company executive who has a wife and five children pleaded not guilty and was released on S25 000 bond Pointer was held in de fault of bond The packing company collected insurance upon death of its vice president Central Press Tollphoto An engine tlmt suddenly went lctul sent this huge Colonial plane hurtling Into the waters of Boston hay from a height of 100 feet on its regular takeoff for New York resultlnjr in the drowning of one person and the Injury of 12 other passengers and two pilots Photo shows coast guardsmen resuulnir nassenoers from the plane Walsh Says Bishop Ought to Be Cited Montanan Resenting Cannons View of Walkout WASHINGTON June 7 Senator Walsh of Montana deliv ered the latest thrust in the give andtake between Bishop James Cannon Jr and the senate lobby committee today with a contradic tion of the churchmans contention that lack Of a quorum at the meet ing he walked out on precluded any legal guilty of contempt In a statement published this morning Cannon said he intended no discourtesy to the committee by walking out at Thursdays session The Montanan acting chairman of the committee said the fact that only two committeemeii were pre sent did not excuse Cannon from being in contempt for leaving with out permission Was Voluntary Witness He added the churchman had ap peared as a voluntary witness but could not leave without the com mittees consent But Cannon be lieves the contrary to be true Indications were that some action against Cannon would be proposed but a definite plan of procedure will not be determined until the return of Chairman Caraway froni Arkan sas Caraway has sided with Cannon in his refusal to answer questions about his 1928 political activities He is expected back in Washington Turn tn 8 Column Dynamite Found in Front of Saloon CHICAGO June 7 sticks of dynamite wrapped in a newspaper and with a fuse attached were found in front of a saloon on West Illinois street today The fuse had been lighted but had gone out Police kicked the bundle into the gutteY deep with water from the nights rain John Biancalian who operates the i saloon said windows in his place had been broken recently but that he knew of no reason for the at tacks Calmar School Pupils Present Final Program CALMAR June program was given in the auditorium of the St Aloysius church by the members of the school Those who took part were C and L Frana noys of third grade M and M Hosting primary grades M and D Tfhcr C and L Frana all grades L Olite and D Uhcr G Gening and the girls of school PICKET EFFORTS ARE INCREASED Indian Nationalist Followers Undaunted by Many Arrests BOMBAY India June 7 deterred by arrest of their leaders in the governments raid on the na tionalist congress headquarters Bombay civil disobedience cam paigners today strengthened and made effective their picketing on European shops in the fort area During the night the Satuagrahis as the nationalists are called met to elect from their number a new war council or executive to di rect and manage the campaign i against the British government Yesterdays raid by Indian and j European police against the allIn I dia national congress headquarters j seems to have resulted in arrest of i every hitherto unimprisoned mem her of the war council except the j only woman member Mrs Perin I Captain She appealed to police to arrest her too but they smilingly re fused She seemed disappointed at their refusal Given Military Funeral SIOUX CITY June 7 Itary funeral services today will be accorded Mrs Angeline Johnson of Sioux City who was fatally burned by a gasoline explosion in her home Mrs Johnson served as a nurse tlur ing the World war BRITISHER WILL ATTEMPT OCEAN HOP ON SUNDAY KingsfordSmith and Companions to Head for New York DUBLIN June 7 Charles Kingsford Smith hopes to take off on his attempted trans Atlantic flight tomorrow Sunday morning at 2 oclock if weather re ports at that hour are favorable he announced today Under Captain Kingsford Smiths plan to take off tomorrow at 2 p in S p m C S T tonight the Southern Cross should be far out upon its journey westward over the Atlantic ocean by daybreak There has been but one westward flight that approximated success that of the German craft Bremen in April 1928 in whose fligVt an Irish man Col James C Fitziriturlce of the Irish free state was a distin guished figure He flew as a pilot with Baron Von Huenfeld and Captain Herman Koerl They took off April 12 1928 from the Baldonnel airdrome He nils for New York NEW YORK June 7 for an attempted eastwest air crossing of the north Atlantic were announced here by Captain Kings fordSmith several weeks ago while he was in New York He plans to land at Roosevelt field from which Col Charles A Lindbergh Clarence Chamberlain and Rear Admiral Byrd took off on their epic ocean flights KingsfordSmith spent some time working out plans for the flight with Capt Eddie Rickenbaker of the Fokker Aircraft company builders of the plane The South ern Cross recently was recondi tioned and had new details of plane and engine construction incorpo rated at the Fokker plant in Hol land Fire Destroys Seven Story Building in Chicago Loop Area CHICAGO June 7 that lighted the loop at 1 a m and for a time threatened nearby depart ment stores was brot under con trol only after it had destroyed the seven story building formerly oc cupied by the American Express company The interior of the building which is on Monroe street between Dearborn and State was ruined by fire last Christmas day Flames to day completed the destruction Fire Marshal Corrigan was unwilling to estimate the damage until he had compltled an investigation Two firemen were injured not seriously hy falling debris Win dows in the Fair Department store Bedells and other business places nearby were broken but the fire itself was confined to the express company of tlie old est in the loop Firemen fought the flames from vantage points in ad jacent structures No Concealed Promises in Pact Claim Stimson Offers Mem orandum to Senate Committee WASHINGTON June i administration will not comply with Senator Johnsons request thai all documents having to do with the London naval treaty be delivered to the senate foreign relations com mittee To produce these papers would in the opinion of President Hoover be contrary to the public interest and materially impair the possibil ity of future successful negotiations between this government and other nations Nonsense Says Stimson Making this known Secretary Stimson at the same time said no concealed understandings were In volved in the treaty and no commit ments whatever had been entered into except as they appear in the language of the pact itself He described as nonsense any implication that these confidential papers are being kept confidential in order to cover up some secret understanding or some mistake or indiscretion of the American dele gates Makes Personal Reply Senator Johnson who is vigor ously opposing the ratification of the arms limitation agreement had asked the state department thru Chairman Borah of the foreign re lations committee for all letters papers documents telegrams dis patches and communications of every sort leading up to or relating to the London conference and Lon don treaty Stimson delivered his reply to Borah in person late yesterday and submitted as well a confidential memorandum which he said would answer so far aa possible the qucs tions asked by Johnson BLAME BLASTING FOR ACCIDENT IN COLORADO MINE Rescue Crews Penetrate Debris to Recover Bodies EADVILLE Colo June 7 Four men were killed and six in ured early today in the caveln of 1 art of the lower tunnel of the CHi nax molybdenum mine 12 miles northeast of Leadville There were 10 men in the mine at he time of the cavern James Cor ett acting coroner of Lcadville elephoned here from the mine that he rescue crows had reached all of the bodies One of the injured nen Archie Wilson suffered frac lure of several ribs and his condi tion is critical The cavcin occurred 2200 feet under the top of Mount Massive ofty land mark of the Leadville dis trictIt occurred in the lowest tun nel of the mine which extends un der other workings Tim ground at this point is loose and wet Several caverns have occurred there in re cent weeks The Climax mine is a subsidiary of the American Metals company James Murray district mine Inspec tor went to the scene of the acci dent The Climax is Jhe largest moly bdenum mine in the United States It is located at an altitude of 12000 feet and employs 200 men in the mine and milling properties Supt VV J Coulter said the men were settingoff blasts of dynamite when IJie collapse occurred It had not been determined how far back In the workings the miners were at the time of the cavein BOSTONIANMAY BE AMBASSADOR W Cameron Forbes Heads List of Possible Envoys to Japan WASHINGTON hme 7 lection of a new ambassador to Ja pan still confronted President Hoover today and there was a ques tion whether the nomination would be made during the present session or await the nomination would bt made during the present session or await the special senate session for consideration the navnJ treaty Mr Hoover is anxious to fill the Tokyo post left vacant by the ra turn of William R Castle Jr to become assistant secretary of state W Cameron Forbes of Boston re mains foremost among those under i consideration hut no difenite ap I polntment has been tendered him 1 and it is understood he would be rc t liictanl to accept Mrs Clarke Is 2 Up on Iowa Player BY ASSUME DEATH HOLDS MURDER CLEW Knoxville Youth Dies With out Telling Who Shot Him KNOXVILLE Tune 7 tery still enshrouds the shooting of Merle Gee 18 who died late yester day without revealing who fired the bullet that cuased his death An inquest by county authorities was awaited today with the hope that it would divulge some inkling concerning the particulars of the youths death Gee was shot late Thursday night He drove his automobile up to a pop corn stand and called for the attendant Before the man could reach the machine the hoy attempt ed to get out of the car collapsing to the ground He was taken to a hospital where in moments of con sciousness he refused to identify his assailants With strong entries from Har vard Yale and the University of Chicago it will soon be possible to pick the AllAmerica rioting irnm Detroit Neivs BULLETIN TULSA COUNTRY CLUB TULSA Okhu Juno 1 Taking advantageof her oppon ents erratic play Mrs Hiillert S Clarke of Oklahoma City had a five up lend over Mrs Dorothy lloltz Iarduo of Slonx City Inivo at the half way mark in the 36 hole finals of tho wom IMIS transM 1 s s 1 s s i p p 1 golf Ihamplimsliip here today TULSA COUNTRY CLUB TULSA Okla June 7 Hulbert S Clarke of Oklahoma City was two up on Mrs Dorothy Klotz Pardue of Sioux City at the end of the first nine holes of their 3Ghole contest here today for the cham pionship of the Womens TransMis sissippi Golf association The first hole was halved in per fect fives and both took Gs on the second after trouble with their woods Mrs Clarke required four strokes to reach the 350 yard third while Mrs Pardue played perfectly for a 4 to take a one up lend The next three holes were halved the lowan missing a chance to win the 180 yard par 3 fifth by taking three piitts after sending her tee shot to the green Mrs Clarke evened the match at the 410 yard seventh hole with a perfect T to Mrs Pardues f The lowan missed two Iron shots Talcingthe honor for the first time the Oklahoma City woman laid her tee shot on the green at the 110 yard No 8 water hole 20 feet from the flag Mrs Parle was 60 feet away She three putted for a 4 and went one down when Mrs Clarke i took a par 3 On the ninth hole Mrs Pardue hooked an iron shot into a sand trap to the left of the green She made a pretty out shot and appeared cer tain of the hole untl she j missed an 18 inch putt Mrs Clarke 1 went 2 up scoring a r to a G for the j lowan The cards Mrs Pardue out004 MS Mrs Clarke out G15 Errant Father of Michael Renounces Titian Haired Lover BREAKS RECORD STAGG FIELD Chicago June 7 Wykoff University of Southern California battered the worlds record in defeating George Simpson Ohio Stale and six other stars in the 100 yard dash opening the national collegiate track and field championships today The time was 09 a tenth of a second faster than the record KUCHA JtUST Iltiiuunin June hecii driiiled thai former Crown Prince Carol iiKido n Iriinmtiu return lo Bucharest liy from ilo yesUrdny to hii iro cliunKUl of itimmniii this evening nuCHAREST Rumania June 1 D Prince Carol whoso amours have disturbed this coun trys politics for 10 years to Bucharest by airplane lust night after five years absence Today IIP was the central figure in a situation which may portend sensational de velopments in Rumania He left behind him in Paris red haired companion oC several years Mme Magdu Lupescu for love whom in he signed away his rights tn the throne and established the succession which led two years later to crowning of his Infant son Michael In his atoad TulUs With Nicholas He came back home attired in uniform oE a Rumanian general al tho bearing the name given him by parliament after his renunciation nC the throne Carol Cnrnlmtm Friends met him at Cotroceni airdrome and went with him to the Royal palate where he talked with hirf brother Nicholas whom he 13 expected to re place on the regency council Laterhe was received by the min ister of interior and Premier Juliii ManiiJ who immediately convohtJ an allnight session of the cabinet to determine what place the 311 yearold prince fntlier could in tho government under the Ru manian constitution Met Kiiflicislistic The cabinet met again early this morning and adjourned so that M MTiiiu could attend a meeting of the regency council Shortly iiflerwuiil the premier announced that he would await a royal proclamation of Carols icturn and then would re sign It was believed lie would bo asked to form a government of concentration ot all the parties The populace and the army re ceived word of the errant princes arrival with enthusiasm The news spread rapidly but it was not un til this morning that the govern ment issued mi official communi que stilting simply that the father Tnrn In H iiluinri n WILL ROGERS soys LELAND GLIDER BEING FLOWN Group of Winnebago Men Form Aviation Organi zation LELAND June first glider to appear in this vicinity was recently given a trial near Lelancl by Slyvan Hugelcn It was pulled by a car and rose to a height of M feel new Waco glider weighs 170 pounds has a wing spread of iUi feet and will sail about lTiOO feel before coming to the ground It is owned by n group of enthusiasts consisting of Sylvan Hugclen a li Wea Leland Arlo Gnmbel and Levi M Olson Forest City Another demonstration will lit j L rj0innd on June H CLAREMORE Okli June 7 Breakfast in Beverly and dinner in Claremore There are the two cities we been needing to have joined by A C J A a regular passenger line The town AlTlCS OtUQentS AlC is so crowded here we have to havef our airport on the edge of Tulsa and that Tulsa and Claremore airport broke a worlds record in May just past They hauled 10212 passengers i Thats ten thousand not hundreds Croyden England was second with 3600 They expect J5 thou sand a month luring the summer from hnre Cheap rates and safe service is whats doing it Yourn f hi Uc in Summer Sessions in North Minnesota AMES June 7 T group ol civil engineering students at Inwn State college will spend the next six weeks at Camp Marston on Rainy Lake Rainier Minn on the boun dary line between the United States and Canada Thirtysix students made the trip They will be supervised by Prof J S Dodds who will be director of the i camp Professors L O Stewarl and i W L Foster and Dr J F 1 ward college physlcian IOWA WEATHER uir night mcl Sun day Somewhat warmer Siinilny LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period S oclock Saturday Maximum Tridiiy Minimum in Nlfht li At 8 A M Saturday HaiilCuil Truer The rainy season apparently was trying to taper iff Friday Cor in stead nf the downpour which hail marked the previous four days there was a faint trace of rain at about i oclock in the evening The nights minimum temperature was the lowest of the month thus far WEEKS FORECAST For the upper Mississippi ana tower MiHsouii with near normal temperatures begin ning of week warmer toward middle of week with showers abtiu Monday followed by fair and some what cooler For the northern and central great plains RiHinjtempernturc followed by showers Monday nighi or Tuesday somewhat unsettled with moderate1 1 em pc rain res re mainder of wrick   

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