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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME TION VOL XXXVI CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 216 More Power Couzens Would Give Group Greater Authority REPORT LINOLE AS MEMBER By CHARLES P STEWART ASHING TON June tor Charles A Russell of the federal power commission is the practical expert back of Senator James Couzens plan to reorgan ize the commisj make it in its time an evep more im portant commis sion than the in ter state com m e r c e commis sion is but to save it cap under which Tribune DlSCOUnting merce commission has struggled for upwards of 40 years and is not rid of yet The plans assumption is that the power industry ere long will be as interstate in its character as the railroad industry is is one way or auother mostly so Considering the rate at which all industrys dependence on power is increasing it does not strain the i imagination unduly to prevision an era when its importance will ini deed overshadow the when it simply will include the transportations industry among its dependents in fact Of course the body which regulates it the reor gaiiized federal power commission der of its police reporter Alfred of the Couzens plant will be corresj Jake Lingie nine days ago and at pundingly important the same time it pledged itself to But the has j pursue Ihe inquiry to the end no hampered the interstate commerce I matter wherever it may lead commission for so Soi Recent rumors have arisen re garding Mr Lingles relations witli gangdom the Tribune said K has been said that he was in one fashion or another an ally and that he was killed for violating in some manner the code of gangdom Alcock lob Uncertain In justice to the memory of Mr Lingie we can say that during his lifetime rlr Lingles honor was Bolivian Revolt Movement AMONG MISSING EIGHT mors Pushes Its Probe BULLETIN CHICAGO June 18 Mayor William Hale Thompson announced today that John H Alcock the iron man of the force would remain nt the holm of the police department indefinitely pHICAGO June 18 Tribi une today editorially look cognij zance of various sinister rumorfj I that have circulated since the mur Turn tn rntre 8 Column O SCHAJIGIVEN BIG PLURALITY Senator 225931 16 Beat Christianson ST PAUL June 18 Thomas D Schall who dropped his campaign last week to return to Washington and vote against the lariff bill which became law to day gained the republican nomin ation for reelection at Mondays primary election by one of the lar gest pluralities ever given in a Dime Furthermore rumor however unlikely its foundation is being investigated I The Tribune does not know why its reporter was killed It is enj gaged in finding out and expects to be successful The joint job of solving the Lir gle murder and driving gangsters i from Chicago was concentrate to day in the hands of States Attor1 ney John A Swanson directing the grand jury investigation and John j mimarv i H Acock acting commissioner of j returns from rural dispolice There was uncertainty as to tricts added to the advantage of whether Alcock was to be letaned the senator who has served ID temporary command of the po years in both houses of congress but his status was oxpcctOfl to despite being blind giving him a his ANOTHER RAPID DROP FEATURES TOCK MARKET UNDER THE HAMMER Chicago Grains Decline i to Lowest Point m 16 Years NEW YORK June IS Still another swift shrinkage in the quoted values of equity stocks was I halted by what appeared to be pow j erful banking support today and I i pivotal shares made moderate rei covery in the last hour of trading Prices declined swiftly duringthe early hours of trading a long list of important issues losing S5 to nearly 530 a share but the price list began to resist selling pressure by early afternoon altho some shares continued to work lower Trading i was in enormous volume The tick er was 72 minutes behind the trail ing 15 mrnutes before closing time Nearly 5000000 shares were traded j by oclock and indications pointed to another 8000000 share day the seceond of the year in StrengthAMBASSADOR IS ViPTdQ A Rebels H mmmmm CO m in U f mfa 0 u t d i s t a n c e s Nearest Competitor by Some GoodWill Flyers Arrive After Noon Stop at Wesley Government Censor ship Delays In formation Hit Levels Scores of boats nnd air planes have searched Lakn Erin in vain for the eight missing Toledo men whoso empty speed boat lias been found Fear has henn expressed tluit the men were liidiinpeil or iniirdcrcxl by liiiuor runners Charles Nauts internal rovemio collector top anil Franklin B Tones former Lucas county election hoard official below are the most prominent of tho eight CHICAGO June 18 Grain prices dropped again to prewar I levels Rfcayand established low rccj ords for 16 years but regained Want to buy u lower Ai stories high rising 417 feet Irom the ground This tine Ihu Fosluiy tower nt Minneapolis is to bo sold it auction In satis fy creditors claims It was built by Wilbur IS Fcshay whosn utility holding com panies went into receivers fit of more tha June 18The air was full of wings here shortly after oclock lodiiy when the j planes traveling in the annual good j will tour swooped down one after j another on the local air field The pilots were greeted by a crowd es fimated at more than 5000 petsons A still larger crowd is expected before the afternoon of races and stunts has been culminated The aviators will remain in Emmets burg tonight and will take to Iho air again in the morning They weie accompanied from j Wesley by a large group of aviation j fans and enthusiasts A number of I the planes bore passengers who had been invited to ride from the ley airport to Enimetsburg The i fleet left Wesley at about oclock Among those who roa from Wesley with Ihe planes was W W Slurdcvant editor of the Wesley NewsWorld No 20 one of the speedier planes in Ihe group was the firsl lo June 18 Ti Im portant successes were claimed today for a movement against tliV Bolivian government by Roberto Hinojosa radical leader and former member of the La Pa diplomatic service Government circles disputed the claims Wires were down preventing com plcte communication with the Bo livian capital u n d intervenin points and the cable companies j said censorship had been imposed I on oulgoing Lelegrams i Both revolutionary anil govern menl elements however admitted 1 ciiptiuc of the frontier town ot Vil lazon just across the border from La Quiacn Argenlina yesterday toy a force headed by Hinojosn Throe persons were wounded one o them a police corporal At the Bolivian embassy it was said that only 20 soldiers had been guarding the town The commis sioner of police went over to the insurgents who were said to hav 250000 Votes BULLETIN N Jim J8 fP r2H districts missing of 83114 In Nivv Jersry tlu vote for republican nomination for full term Initfd Shilrs senator Uis Fort 107171 FYflinphtiyseii Morrow WASHINGTON June 18 Humiliation of Dwighl W Mor nuv for the senale from New Jersey was greeted by ill Washington as an encouraging gain in their fight for a wel ma jority in that body Despite assertions of state repub lican leaders lhat Morrow would look with listasto nit liny attempt to make him the tilular head of Iho wet forces should he be elected in November the wets here were morn than pleased with the decisive pri mary victory 31 was pointed out that his nom ination was the first lo be won by Jin avowed republican wet in tho 1030 primaries Wets asserted lhat majority of 76000 votes over principal opponent Gov Theodore Christiansen When returns were tabulated for 2960 precincts out of 3098 in the state today Schall had 225931 votes Christiansen 149403 and lohn F antiprohibition can didate was far behind xvith Both Schall and Christianson voiced strong opposition to the SmoolHawley tariff bill thrnout their campaigns which became bit leiafter Schall made a vigorous attack on the governors record in office Turn fo 2 Column BROCK SGHLEE FINISH FLIGHT Plane Cracks Up on Land ing at Jackson ville JACKSONVILLE Kla June 18 S Brock and Edward F Schlee transcontinental flyers arrived over the Jacksonville mu nicipal airport at p m E S T and headed at once for Jackson ville Beach the finish of their round CHICAGO June IS The eni liP to San Diego Cal durance night plane The City of Tllc proceeded to the beach Chicago had 160 hours of contin where it made a circle flewover the Endurance Plane Has 160 Hours nous flight to its credit at finisn line ind then ellL back to m The plane in charge of John i Ule municipal airport to land The and Kenneth Hunter is attempting was l0 a bench land to surpass the record of the St I Louis Robin which stayed up 120 In landing at the airport ivhich is hours last year about 20 miles from the bench the flyers over shot the runway and went into a fence The plane was tilted on its side one wheel was broken but the men were unhurl The plane shot across the finish line at Jacksonville beach at according to the official timer This gave Brock and Schlee n total elapsed time from San Diego of 10 hours and 50 minutes AUNT HET By Kobcrt Quillen Jane reminds me of a stray pup You feel sorry foi lier but youre scared to treat her decent because you cant never get rid of her closed at net declines of 37 to 2j cents a bushel i July wheat reached a minimum j of 94 i cents 1 under the bottom i touched Monday The July delivery then climbed back to finish at 96V j to 80 while September after 11 minimum of 97H ended at 99Vi to 991A andDecember at to 5104 Corn and rye broke to new low levels also and the future months of oats equaled the seasons low of Monday The collapse of sec dearth of export busines States wheat and anticipated repri sals against the tariff figured in the bearish session in the grain pits Steel ias Slump Such issues as U S Steel Con solidated Gas Columbia Gas Amer ican Can Johns Manville and West inghouac Electric dropped to 510 a share then rebounded lo 6 It was rumored in Wall street that large orders had been placed slightly under current quotations for important stocks but these ru mors could not be confirmed One report had it that an order had been placed to buy 10000 shares of U S Steel at each point under current quotations Traders who had been waiting for signs of a turn in order to catch the automatic rally which almost al ways follows a severe decline rushed to buy Altho it was noL felt in brokerage circles that the bear faction was an important fac tor in the decline short covering also aided the late upturn Allho to promote the Hoover cause in the i trading had been in enormous vol soiith i time during the early hours of the Passing thru Louisville Ky last j night Cannon read of Tinkhams statement in the newspapers and immediately dispatched the follow ing telegram to Washington When Congressman Tinknam j shall give to the press over his personal signature the statements reported by the press as made by him Unlay on the floor of the house of representatives where he is im mune from prosecution for libelous statements be may command the respect of honorable men but mak ing such statements on the floor of the house where he knows his Im munity from prosecuUoh brands him as a blustering cowardly con gressman appealing especially lo his f I memorial nnd Is topped by an 8000000 candle power beacon which run heseen by aviators iO miles away Sir Foslmy was formerv a residentof Ft Hodge lire of government funds and levy ing of charges upon business firms Friends of the movement claimed rjye at the that only three departments Sucre pace to Emmetsburgv Potosi and Tarija had failed to re I i spond while some dispatches been communists and aided in scix his victory was the more a tri Cannon Asks Tinkham to Sign Charge WASHINGTON June IS Representative Tinkham of Massa chusetts was challenged by Bishop Cannon today to repeat his charges against the dry leader in a way which would make him subject to prosecution for libel Speakingin the house Tinkham late yesterday said the southern churchman will stand convicted in the eyes of all honest men or having appropriated to his own use money given to him to prosecute the anti Smith campaign two years ago This assertion was made after he had reviewed Cannons refusal to tell Ihe senate lobby committee of Ihe disbursement of SIS300 given him by E C Jameson of New York Berlin Envoy1 in Attack on curity prices 7 T ess in United L I BERLIN June 18 Reper cussions of American political ar guments over the power and public utilities question were heard in Ber lin today where more than 1000 en The air armada the largest evoi to fly over lotta will be in Mason City nn Saturday for n spectacular air circus and airplane races There will be stunt flying parachute jumps and nir thrills of all dcsrripi tion beginning about 1 oclock in o afternoon Jrretod il Wiiterlun WATERLOO June IS flt Par licipnnts in Iowas third animal air I tour with t 100 per cent attendance i nf 58 flyers for the first time at one slop were scheduled lo hop off this morning for Wesley where Ihe fly ing contingent was to honor Pirl Cleveland of Carroll who was In strumental in the first air tour Cleveland winner of last years competition in the lighter cratl divi hero said activity was confined to tho southern section of the country Hinojosa formerly was second secretary of the legation at Rm Janeiro but was known for his com munist leanings und since has been denied reentrance into Brazil His connection with the Bolivian diplo matic service was terminated after 1 period of radical activities umph for the antiprohibition cause in view of his prominence ia public life Interest here in tha ballotingwas nnflaggIng oven after Fort conced ed the triumph of his opponent FAR IN LEAD CITYAN DAVRNPORT June US sion will join the flyers at Wesley The flight to Waterloo was led by Stanolind 111 flagship of the air fleet at 1 10 p m which did nol make the DeWitt slop The other planes were greeted by 80011 peri sons when they landed Prominent among tho flyers gathered here lasl night was W P Sweeney of Fort Dodge often called the father of aviation in Iowa hav ing estnblishcd the first airport in the state and owned the first plane convention city session it slackened somewhat after midafternoon MNider Case Is to Come Up on Friday Wreck Victim to Be Buried m Cemetery of Borhl clmlr By ISADFOHD MOIJLEV Staff Corresponilent WASHTNGTON June senate will probably take up Friday the nomination of Hanford MncKi der to be minister to Canada Scn gineers are gathered from all over the world for a power conference Todays Berlin morning papers had available for publication the text of a speech which Ambassador Frederic M Sackett former sena tor from Kentucky will make at oclock p m before the conference containing passages to which Sam uel Insull Chicago power magnate had objected as controversial at this time trico lo Times Cost Ambassador Sackett after pre viously having consented to Mr In1 ipi TTT 11 sulPs request for i revision of parts rUCG W OUnfJeCl 111 of the speech announced last night that Ihe address would be given in full nnd without changes He also authorized iu publication in full In advance of delivery The passage in the speech to which Mr nsvitl was understood particularly to have taken excep tion I know nf no other manufacturing industry where sale price of the product to the great mass of consumers is 15 times the actual cost of production of tho article sold Insull QltjcctH Mr SackeUs speech was wriller several days igo iml copies sent to the press to be held for release Word of the contents of Ihe art dress was carried to Mr Insull who approached the ambassador and suggested that perhaps the speech seemed a bit controversial for de ITnrn til IUKO 2 rulllinn It C C Jacobsen Elected Pres ident of Iowa Asso ciation Jacobsen vice president i Security National bank or City was elected president Iowa Bankers association concluding session of the fourth annual meeting today I was chosen as Ihe NEWARK N J June IS Outdistancing his nearest op ponent by 250000 or more voles Ambassador Dwight W Morrow Is the republican nominee for United Stales senator double victor in H primary election in which he stood for repeal of the eighteenth amend ment and conlinl of liquor Tn the principal contest for the long term Morrow was nominated in a fourcornered fight in which he won a majority of the total vote carry ing nil 21 counties Representative Franklin W Fort who ran as a dry with the backing of the slate AntiSaloon league was second Former Senator Joseph S Frelinghuyseti advocate of modification of Ihe liquor laws arul federal control of liquor traffic ran third John A Kelly who sought Sioux i the nomination is the original wet of Ihe republican was a poor fourth at the i Kelly was Morrows only opponent fcirtvj for 1 short term iv f the n i KlOt j RUDD June ser vices for Mrs Louis Zaph who was killed in Chicago when a bus rammed the car in which she and her husband were riding will be held in the Catholic church at Charles City Burial will be made in the Evergreen cemetery north west of Rudd Mrs and her husband were returning from their home In Old Hickory Tenn when the accident happened They had been married about one year and were on their first visit in Iowa since their mar riage Mr Zaph is in a critical con dition at the Coolt County hospital in Chicago to retain him in office Before the lobby committee Jame son lestified he gave Cannon SSfi 300 Of this amount tne bishop re ported Ihe expenditure of SI 1000 Later he contended the remainder was expended in a manner which made it unnecessary that a report be filed Iowa Farmer Ends Life SABULA June 18 Marshall Sr 65 farmer north of here committed suicide by shooting himself with a shotgun in the breast today Despondency over poor health was given as the cause Three sons anciflwo daughters survive indicated today The nomination held up by Mif earlier absence of senators Bronk hart and Stock is again being de layed by a new excursion of Brook hart He is expected back Friday nnd the nomination is due for consider ation then Senator Stock said to day he did nol believe debate would consume more than two hours BERLIN June 18 OlThree per sons wore wounded seriously by bul lets fourth a girl injured by n rock when itimmuinsLs ambushed an auto bus traveling thru the northern outskirt of Ucrlin today A volley of shots was fired and rocks hurled ut the bus and its occupants most of whom wore fascists Miss Thelma Parkinson tin1 only democratic candidate for Ihnl lenu Fort and IYolinghuysen Monows nomination a few hours Hi nomination rw j I 3QVS AVUI Rogers Aunt Dies Tahlequah Okla June 18 OB Mrs Martha Lucretia Gulager 83 a member of the Cherokee Indian tribe and aunt of Will Rogers died at her home near here yesterday OF POLICE HEUD Ft Madison Official Is Ac cused of Wilful Neglect FORT MADISOX June IS iTi A pelilion asking removal oi Chief of Police Elmer Hutson has been filed in district court by five per sons it was learned today Hutson is charged with wilful and habitual neglect and refusal to perform the duties of his office Hearing lias been set for July 1 The petitioners plan to request as signment of an judge BOSTON June IS Weve been awful busy up here today celebra ting Bunker hill Daniel Webster made that opening adchess so I was really pinch hilling for him He spoke good English loo lie wrote his own You me a chance lo wrile my own dictionary and make a word mean anything I want it to and I will show you some Fnghsh They are broad minder people up Morrow will be opposed for clec i lion next fall by Alexander Simpson Walter Robinson cashier of the j wet democrat who was nominated Citizens National bank of for the sixyear term without op ton was elected vice president and i position and for the uncxpirud term Joe Meyer cashier of the Consuli of former Senator Walter K Kdgc dated bank of Dubiiquc was sei lecled treasurer The office nf sec retary filled by Frank Warner since ISMti is in the hands f Uic executive immril which ineoti in tho fall Truylur IhiS Achlrrss The final session today was iVn tured by an address by Melvin A Traylor president of the Firsl Na tional haute of Chicago and of the commission which formeil thr bank of internalionil selllemrui at Basil Switzerland who es cribed the fuiicliniis i if ihu inlc na tional institution He stressed the fact that thru Uu operation of this hank a great slcp toward the realixation of inlerna tional peace and good will has been taken as il brings the keenest fii nancial minds of Ihe world togelhcr i to settle common problems Only i thru an adjust menl whereby all the nations ot tho world ran enjoy prosperity can this or any nthcr na tion be pormanenlly prosperous hn pointed out The association Iho its resolu tionscommittee lauded Prosklom 11 I nlll here They celebrate i victory that j StacyVlllc Shot the British won and the monument is not on Bunker hill its on Breeds hill But one Ihing Ihey have gol and thals the old fighting ship Constitution The only ship Hit haswithstood every conf erence Yr urs in Eye by Air Rifle STACYVILLK June IS Whjlc playing Billy Wolf 11 son of Mrs Margaret Wolf was shot in the eye disarmament I with a BB shut He was taken at once to Charles City where it was found thai Ihe shot had not en tered the eye but had grazed it and doctors there hoped an operation would not he necessary Billy will stay in Charles City the rtrst if the week fnr i cil inenl and oh i Inc inr IOWA WEATHER icniTiilly fair soiniwlril uarnjrr ia purliwi iiiMlay lught Thursday partly cloudy probably slirrvirs ami roolor except in west portion LOCAL STATISTICS wealhei figin fo r 21 hour period ending a oclock Wednesday morning Minimum Tuesday Minimum in At A M Wednesday The return of the wind south and ils accompanying rise of the mercury was n welcome ccncli lion for Mason Jityans Wednesday morning after a day of shivering Tuesdays maximum was Ihe lowest save one of Jimr For complete comfort the furnace had tn be bnt bach into use rn ili to die lorvn   

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