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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 12, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE s MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 12 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 211 ill 1C The Usual Results As Congress Over Rides Presidents Veto CFIAULES P STEWAKT A S H I N G T O N June lyzed the empha sis with which congress recently passed the Span ish war veterans pension bill over President Hoov ers veto was in structive President Cool idges veto of the World war veterans bonus bill was overrid den also but by no such majori ties as snowed President Hoover uncler61 to 38 the senate and 298 to 14 in the arse of representatives in Mr lovers case Indeed the Hoover ito was stamped on with a hob iled ruthlessness rivaling con treatment of President John vetoes in the vicious early istCivil war period It is noteworthy too that the tiHoover votes proportion was Sger among the representatives lm the the senators l the folk who have caused the jsent administration most of its Cables hitherto whereas the rep entatives have appeared pretty nageable problem deserves study itsvery nature a measure in jllie interest of war veterans is figerous legislation to vote against veto iJVar veterans covmt heavily every cUon day bee necessarily ji run into larjje fined by a good deal of time like w Civil war veterans now And Turn In 2 Column 1 of Marti FLAMING SEA 500 Hoodlums Are Jail Six Q New York Gangsters SPECULATE LEOGE GIVES ADDRESS JOB AGENCIES lewis Says Man Ought Not to Have to Pay for Hold ing Job Some Observers Believe Chairman May Quit Post June 12 Friends and foes of the man who has been called agricultures Abraham Lincoln and the leader of a socialistic fiasto were won dering today how much longer he would remain at the head of the governments 3500000000 enter prise in merchandising farm pro ducts Chairman Alexander H Legge of the federal farm board who has clashed frequently and fiercely with President Hoovers intimate friend and advisor Julius Barnes over the boards operations in grain will complete a year of service with that agency at midnight Saturday Term Was Indefinite i How long he would serve was an nounced as indefinite by President Hoover at the time of his appoint ment Mr Legge the chief execuj tive then said will be chairman of the board for the first year at least j SSWJtfle the concensus here is that llegge will serve another year neither the president nor the chair man himself has given any official Indication of what may be expected On that subject Legge is smilingly uncommunicative The big chief will give out that news he says and refuses to say more When the board launched tta wheat stabilization operations fi x lives were Insl when the Fairfax i pusstmjrpr liner rammed ami oil tanker in j Massachusetts Flaming nil envelonel flic liner sin it artdeil 1o the terrors nf the ilisnstcr Above j port si lie nf the Fairfax is shown in Associated Press tclephotn shortly after the collision Tuesday night SIOUX CITY Juno 12 was chosen for tile jfi93L convention of the lona jStalo federation of labor liy itlm annual convention hero to ifelOUX CITY June 12 to the state labor con ation continued in session today In the problem of selecting a con Jtion city for 1931 a prominent jturc Burlington and Ottumwa J bidding for the meeting It yesterdays gathering private agencies and dual or hizations of mine workers came in considerable criticism L Urick former state labor mmissioner and J C Lewis presi ntof the Iowa Federation were e leaders in the attack The fov r said there was no reason why worker should be penalized fl ncially for filling a job Lewis claimed there were a dozen encies in Des Moines charging mi 9 per cent to 50 per cent for rvice in obtaining jobs for the un ployed YA resolution was passed censur t Mexander Howat head of the organized Mine Workers of Am jtca for founding the new organ Siion after he was ousted from the Tsidency of the Kansas United fee workers Howat has continual 1 i Ifought the United Mine Workers 4 NOW HIGH MAN Recheck Puts Des Moines I Candidate in Lead Haz lett Third DES MOINES June 12 vised unofficial state totals today placed G C Greenwalt of DOS nanced by loans from the halfbili Homes SOS votes in the lead for the XUNIT HET Robert Quillon That new preacher de nounccK sin but he aint goin to mention no particu lars until lin finds out which ones is considered respect able here lion dollar revolving fund authorize by congress it provoked vehement protest from grain dealers who wired President Hoover that their business would be destroyed Continues Operations The board continued its opera tions however and now is preparing to assist a similar stabilization corporation to relieve the cotton em ergency The chamber of commerce at its annual meeting in April condemned the boards policy of using public funds to participate in business competition with established agen cies Then fating his fellow mem bers of the chamber Legge drama tically denounced their attitude of histility to the board declaring they were for farm relief so long us it didnt work Legge left the a year presidency of the International Har vester company to take the job pay ing 512000 CONVENTION IS TO BE JULY 16 Iowa RepublicansCalled to Des Moines for Party Meeting DES 7UOINES June 12 Willis L Stern chairman of the state republican central committee today issued the official call for bis partys state convention July 16 and the judjcial convention July 21 Delegates to be chosen at county j pering campai conventions June 28 will total ISSi Stern said The representation will include two delegates at large from each county and ope for each 450 votes cast for Herbert Hoover for president in the 1928 election Tlie state convention will open at the coliseum here at 11 a m pre ceded by district caucuses at 30 a m The judicial convention to nominate three supreme court jus tices will meet at the same place at 11 a m Selecting of a party nominee for secretary of state will be the prirf cipa business of the July 16 meet ing Four E G Saunders of Emmetsburg G C Greenwalt of Des Ifoines J M Hazlett of Mason City and Charles Hindley of the nomi nation at the primary election but none received the necessary cent of the votes i County conventions will be held i Saturday June 28 Rt which dele i gates to the stale meeting will be FIGHT RESULTS Followers of the Sharkey SehmelingbattleThursday night in Now Yorlc will lie able to get u round by ronnil description of the fight over a lond speaker in front of tho GlobeGazette build ing The main go is scheduled to start at 8 oclock Iowa time Tho Associatcd Ircss direct ring side wire wilJ bring tlio blow by blow account to Iliu Globe office republican nomination for secretary of state The official check of Mahaska votes by the board of supervisors reduced the figure of W E G Saunders of Emmetsburg who had been high man in the four cornered primary race Greenwalts total now stands 85 9S9 with Saunders S5GS3 The to lals of John II Hazlett of Mason Five City and Charles Hindley of Clive j third and fourth man respectively 1 remained virtually unchanged The official vote for several coun ties remains to be checked with the unofficial totals but only slight changes were expected Altho Greenwalt has gone into the lead he does not have the ne cessary 35 per cent of the vote to receive the nomination in CHICAGO June 12 execution squads each cap tained by an officer whose courage in fighting gangsters was attested by notches on his revolver racked Chicago today for the man who 1 killed Alfred Jake i Lingle Trib i mie reporter i By last midnight TiOU hoodlums derelicts and suspicious characters were in jail Lawyers flocked to de tective headquarters demanding the release of their clients but no re leases were made Want Martini Law William Russell police commis sioner and John Siege his chief of detectives were spurred to action j not only by the crime itself and I their own close friendship for th slain newspaperman but by a rising flood hostile public sentiment 1 thatgained expression in front page and in statements of civic leaders Sum I Thompson president of the American Farm Bureau federation addressed an im mense throng of farmers suul businessmen in ftust park here Thursday 27 CoOp Groups in Annual Outing at East Park A RESOLUTION denying that the overwhelming victory ol Con gressman L J Dickinson for I he United States senator was ati in dorsement of the present tariff bill was passed unanimously at lha an nual picnic ot the Cerro Ciuido County Farm Organizations iii East park Thursday At this gathering attended by several thousand farmers and their families Sam H Thompson presi dent of the national Farm Bureau organization was the chief speak er While devoting most ot his ad dress In the recen broad ilovclop ments in the unlive fiekl of organ ized agriculture Mr Thompson also touched on the tariff While the research buveui i the federation has not completed ili inveslisution ot Hi tariff and has Northeast Iowa Included in FourState Pro ject There was talk unofficially among business und civic groups of the pos sibility of martial law to supercede the police and drive the gangster once and for all from the city One American Legion post offered the services of its members to take up arniH under proper authority against the gangsters Seoro Administration The Herald and Examiner which has joined the Tribune and the Eve ning Post in offering a total reward of sriaOOO for arrest and conviction of the man who shot Linglo last Monday in the crowded Randolph j BOSTON June r2 the police federal investigation WASHINGTON June 12 The senate has passed and to the President the house bill auth orizing an investigation ID deter mine the practicability of establish ing a National Park in he slate of Jowu Illinois Wisconsin and street subway excoriated the pol COLLISION Inspector Accuses Chief j Officer of Fairfax in Crash Minnesota Tlinnpl f Unnel in Joliet Peni tentlary Chairman Says He Used Ten nessee Improvement Funds WASHINGTON June 12 Chairman Claudius Huston of the republican national committee con fronted his critics today with a stout denial of their charges that he had engaged in lobbying or used funds of the Tennessee River Im provement association to cover a deficit in his brokerage account Striking back he alleged a whis TI bad been coudnct JOLTET 111 June 12 jail delivery plot has been frustrated with the discovery of a Umnel dug under the state prison wall and five convicts were in solitary confine ment today at the old penitentiary here The five i prisoners were captured one by one as they kepi their ap pointments yesterday to dig under ttio north end of the chair shop j They had tunneled within Uiroe i feet of freedom William Evans 38 notorious con vict who was captured in 1927 when he entered the prison in the guiso of x priest vith a satchel full of nitroglyccrine to blast nn avenue to freedom for a pnl is regarded as the brains of the plot The proposed national park has iad the support vJ northeastern lowans for some time having been i organized under the leadership of j Walter H Bcall publisher of the West Union ArgoGazcllc who was elected president of the Noilh eastcrn Iowa Park associal ion The Hawkeye state with Wis consin possibly took the initiate ir getting the proposal before con gress first in the house where il had the support of northeastern Iowa representatives The house passed the measure n few months ago and todays action by the sen ale completes the legislative end of the proposal wiih the exception yl the presidents signal are Tt is believed President Hoover will sign the measure An invitation has been cxlemlei to President Hoover to make a daylight trip thru the park area n his forthcoming trip In the west or to spend nn entire flay in ihe region department in a front page editor ial It referred to the departments miserable inefficiency and added Chicago is disgusted with its headless foollcss city administra tion so streaked with rottenness INVITE HOOVER Wind Wrests Truck From Control of Local Man at Emmetsburg ed against him and that accusa tions aimed at him were either fabrications or distortions of the real facts inspired by partisan i EMMETSBUHG June or factional motives bedroom suites were scattered to Before the senate lobby commiti the four winds three miles oast of lee Huston testified several months here today when the furniture van ago he had received as president of the Tennessee River Improvement association from Union Carbide company and deposited the money with his brokerage firm Blythe and Bonner of New York His denial was contained in a letter sent to members of the re publican national committee ami made public last night after Washington newspaper had obtain ed a copy of it i Tulsi Teachers Enroll IOWA CITY June 35 per they wish to learn methods of re vising their schools mathematics curriculum 2i teachers and ad ministrators of Tulsa Ok In have registered in the University if Iowa summer session driven by Clifford Wood 310 Twen tyninth street southwest Mason City struck a cement bridge and turned over by the roadside Mr Wood escaped with minor cuts and bruises Wind caught the huge van as it came from behind a grove and threw it to the side of the road Be fore Wood could get the truck under his control it crashed into the bridge He was thrown thru Ihe side door nnl barely escaped being crushed as the van toppled over be side him The furniture in the load was consigned to L B button Inwood Officials of the Johnson Funiitiuc Warehouse company in Mason City are C7cpected here soon to estimate the loss HADFOKH K SIOHLKV Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON June 12Presi dent Hoover was invited today by Representatives Hangcn and Robinj son of Iowa to take a daylight trip j along the upper Mississippi river this summer to view Ihe site of the proposed vast national park to cover parts of four stntes The two lowans called at lie white house this morning and din cussed the trip at some length wilh the President They left feeling op timistic as to the possibility that Hoover will be able to make Ihe trip by train during his western toir this siuumcr Brookharts Son Is Bar Member North lowans Pass Exams IOWA CITY June the 71 persons who passed the an nual state bar examinations ncld yesterday was Smith W BroolIuirt Jr son of Senator Smith W BrrKikhart Washing on Iowa North Iowa men who were success ful in the examination v riv 1linilJ A Olson neeonih 1 Wane Ii tie Clear Lake Bernard A Waukuii and Wilson Greene Jolly Times Cafe Building Burns Fire Is Caused by Burner FOREST CJTY Jmio 2 Fin originatingfrom a gasoline burner under a coffee urn destroyed the lollcy Times cafe building liere and incidentally wiped out another nld landmark of Forest City The building which was owned ly Diinciiii Clark vvus constructed in 1873 and was used for many years as a clothing store building The cafe which had been opened by Ross Wlille Perry only last fall was a total wreck from tlie fire and water damage The building was protected by insurance of tiiej FixirfaxPinthls diseaster in which fog flaming oil and a ship which sank within 20 minutes wore the background of a sea tragedy taking j lives was under way today The listof dead or missing in Tuesday nights fatal collision of u mediants and miners passenger i laden boat and an oil tanker off Scituate comprised Passengers on Fairfax lo Crew of Pinthis 19 every man aboard I Crew of Fairfax 11 With the possibility of finding uny of those missing still alive given up today and Ihc probability tjjat no more bodies would be found 11 bodies had been recovered and brot here They were picked up by the fishing schooner Rainbow yester day Six Arc Identified Six were positively identified and two partially identified toduy Many persons continued today to come to the northern mortuary in search of loved ones Charges of gross negligence oiade by Capt Charles M Lyons federal i steamboat inspector in an interview published today in the Boston Heri aid faced Capt Archibald Brooks i of the Fairfax at the opening of the federal investigation Lyons crit icized the actions of Captain Brooks after the accident Captain Brooks admitted to me that he did not at any time send nn S O S the Herald quotes Captain Lynns He also admitted thai no LAST TARIFF FIGHT Wo are having the lust big fight over the tariff question in America Sam H Thompson president the national Farm Bureau organization declared while here Thursday toa farm picnic address Industry and bankers arc both against the tariff and they are the ones who usually poiul the wa3f lie tuldecL The Farm Bureau chieftain hardly touched on the tariff in the course of his address but discussed his views freely among local farm leaders before he wen I on the platform The fact that American indus tries are establishing themselves in foreign countries and other de velopments that make business more and more of internatjuiuU scope is tending to create Henli mcnr for breaking down of tariff walls he said not made public its findings the speaker said the flexible provision of the tariff holds nil some hope to the farmer Condemns Taritl The prcsjatntion or the resolu tion condemning Uie present tarilf came as a surprise to most of tiiu members propcnr It was read by R A Holman pioneer cooperative elevator leader from Rockwell who was on the program for ft four minute presentation of the elevator situation in the county The resolution is to h sent to Iowa representatives and senators and also to President Hoover with the expressed hope Hint he veto tin1 bill Herbert llarmlson of ilia Unvn State Brand Creameries reviewed the receot campaign or use t dairy products and declared thi had materially increased tae but ter consumption in this Irrrilirv The tendency Is toward inner irons T B free cows he said K SI Hall president of thc North Iowa CoOperative asso ciation staled that in May and June his orginiiMtimi luid yhiiipcl a total of head of hot Turn In 31 3 ays SPRINGFIELD Mass June 12 Just been over to Northampton and had a fine visit with Mrs CoolidffC She showed me llieir lovely new home and grounds Ur Cnolidgo had to New York to nt tenfi the monthly insurance direc tors meeting 1 asked her if he ever missed one She laughingly said not for T asked her what he did about the meetings when be was in California She said he sent in his double I hated to have missed him but I wouldnt have found out any thing if he had been there In fact I think I got a great break Yours I was KmgsfordSmith Is Again Delayed by Bad Weather Reports DUBLIN Irish Free State June 12 Charles Kingiford Smith who had been planning to hop off tomorrow on a IransAHan tic flight to New York decided against the hopotf late today in the belief thai better weather con ditions are coming The tense period of wailing for the past few days has been a big strain on the crew who are eager to be off J W Stanrmge youthful wireless operator danced a few steps when the decision WHS imule find M I Van Dyk assistant pilot wlm has getting an been exceptionally restless smiled IOWA WEATHER MoMiy elouily in cast and cen tral portion and in extreme eastern purlieu lritlay Some what cooler Friday aiic in went ern pnrlimi Thursday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazelle weather figure fcv 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Wednesday 7S Minimum in Night At H A M Thursday I honorary degree from Smith college I for the first time in several   

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