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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI KIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERV1CKMASON An Issue in 1930 Tariff Sure to Be Discussed By Candidates MNIDER HOME EDITION IND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE Ppf vAv By CHAIiLES I STEWART ASHINGT O N June 19 CPA new tariff law will be the economic issue of the congres sional election j campaign just beginning Proi hibition will be the moral issue A moral issue may be more ex citing than an economic issue but it has less to do with the cost of living The democrats will jump all over the republicans passing the new tariff law Cur Kidnaper enough most of the republi will be placed in the queer pos ition of having to admit that they dont like it either TT may well be asked If the republicans consider it a law why did so many of them Vote for it If A lot of them certainly do con i Eider it bad Senator David A Reed of Penn usylvania might be expected to say la good word for it if anyone for PHeed is one of the highest tariff Republicans Yet discussing it in the Invol Thrilled by Air Tourists RETURNS FROM SOUTH poLE i 11 ill LUC innate he gave it unmitigated Hail I Columbia For all that he voted Ifor it S UOWEVER it happens that Sen 1 ator Reed told why lie voted as being an unusually yucKl speaker he told it in words of IttRP Vlluilltl COPES Stimson for Not Fully Explaining London Pact LU ndon naval treaty in a radio address delivered last nUjht under he auspices of the Washington the pact as UnAmcr an he renewed his demand that be rejected by the senate John ill is a member of the foreign re flations committee whichnow has treaty under consideration and ill vote on it next Monday In addition to setting forth what he regards as the objectionable fea tures of the treaty he criticized Secretary Stimson for a speech nade in ils support He said the fabinet officer had employed plati tudinous generalities omitted de Itailedexplanation of the treaty md displayed an angry intoler Johnson also assailed the admin llstration for its refusal to yield to Lthe senate committee confidential documents having to do with the negotiation of the pact T T The treaty he said failed to re JO I I i LJ 11 Cl C 1 duce the burden of taxation calls if or a new building program does loot provideparity with Great Brit lain and increases the 53 ratio be Itween America and Japan in favor the latter country Details Methods of Tor ture to Make Vic tims Sign nETROIT June 19 LJ police today announced they had obtained confessions involving a lngh police official and a prominent attorney from Joseph Legsj La man convicted kidnaper and other members of Lamans gang of kid napers and murderers Laman told a detailed story of the kidnaping racket in Detroit covering almost 10 years reign of terror which culminated last year in the kidnaping and murder of David Cass son of Gerson Cass wealthy retired real estate man Others Confessed Laman said he decided to tell all he knew after he found be was double crossed by the police offi cial in the kidnaping of Harry Colin retired furniture dealer Laman said S20000 ransom money was left in an automobile and taken by the police official Colin was freed but Laman received none of the money Confessions were obtained from Stanley de Longand his wife Flor ence after they were threatened with execution in the electric clmir m Ohio for murder of an unnamed men in or near Toledo Laman and Harry Andrews who also made a confession are serving 10 year terjis in Michigan h Vear teiJls in Michigan ttrtv Wyandotte bootlegger Lived In Suburb Police said the confessions agreed even to minute details and involved Mrs Doris OReardon arrested early this week on a kidnaping warrant her husband Joseph OReardon alias Red Reardon whom police arc seeking Ben Rubcnstein Harry Hallisey and Howard Barklcy who are held here and several others Four or five years ago Laman said he together with Luke Hart man Andrews the de Longs Dude Manuel and Joe Mariano recited a house in Dearborn Detroit suburb to establish a base for kid naping operations Begeman and BULLETIN SIOUX CITY June 10 Fifty airplanes making the Iowa goodwill ivir tour arrived hero this morning morn than two hours behind schedule Thu lust ship arrived at It oclock From Sioux City tho flyers will go to Ited Oak where they will put oil an aerial circus dur ing tho afternoon ami evening They will spend tin night at Keil Oak rMMETSBURG June by the largest crowd ever seen in Emmetsburg the 01 ships of Iowas armada of tne air put on a startling air show here yesterday From 10 oclock when the first plane landed until ships of the air appeared out of the east from Waterloo All of the ships from the little Wacco glider to the mammoth tri motored Standolind III operated un der perfect weather conditions and I without an accident j Johnny Livingstone winner of last years air derby thrilled tin 10000 people with H glider flight This is the first time that a glider has ever appeared in this vicinity and the ease with which it was handled aroused a great deal of in terest The numerous races and the balloon busting contest were also of great interest No stunting was indulged in except wingwalking and u parachute leap Stanolind III flagship of the ar mada arrived shortly before noon and took off at p m to spend the night at Sioux City It was fol lowed shortly by the LockheedVe ga belonging to the Independent Oil company The otfiera remained here over night taking off early this morning for a short visit to Sioux City and to Red Oak George Yates manager of the tour is quoted as saying that the I show at Emmetsburg was the best j so far on the tour both as to numj bcr of persons present and as to weather conditions The entertainment in the evening consisted of a band concert a pave ment dance and a boxing show I Letter to Newspaper Predicts Third Murder Will Purge Depart ment of Crooked Officers After being fetrtl hy the cities nf ami the Hear Admiral Hicham K Byrd principal figure o Picturesque dramas of the century he owloSiUon of tho South To a region by plane returned to New York Thursday He te shown Km Ybrh 0 Vhlch rirrfod Wn s polar in tattle America June 19 n Commis John H Alcock todav named Lieut John W Norton to be ciiiel of detectives succeeding John htcge and appointed Cnpt John Kyan to be assistant chief of detec tives succeeding Lieut John an Norton has had charge of a super visory lt tllc detective bureau wlulc Ryan has been relief captain At Lhe same time Deputy Com missioncr Alcock intimated tlru drastic cut in the detective force might be expected The force now consists of men but il vas rumoied this number might be cut in half by transfers Many Transfers rianncd Transfers ot Ihe detectives to out servin Names Victim and Tells Location of Body NEW June 19 PLSearch for the body of a supposed third vic tim of an iiiFaue killer who lias ter rorized Queens was started in the 13ronx today when a newspaper re ceived a letter from the slayer nam ing the viclim as Harold Bridcn bnch and saying the body would be found along the Boston post road Commissioner Mulrooney dis patched several hundred policemen 1 to scour the territory but at 8 a m no trace of a new killing had beeii found The mysterious slayer in a series of letters to a newspaper announced he would commit his lliird murder on a list of M at College Point Queens last night but apparently was frustrated by a mobilization of police As both previous victims were men seated in parked automobiles with women companions a score of department automobiles occupied by detectives and policemen were planted in secluded spols in hope that the slayer would pick one of Uieni ns his third victim Call was sent out by police to all mstmtions for the insane thruout the cast to report any escaped in male and a house to house canvass was made iu Queens for informa tion regarding men who had a rep utation for acting queerly Objections Not Applic able to Foreign Posts Descriptions of the slayer as given by the two women compan ions of the slain men were broad cast These descriptions conflicted Turn In 8 Turn In R Column 31 HERE SATURDAY Admiral Byrd Receives Noisy Greeting in N Y Explorer Home 16 Months Spent in Antarctic Aviation enthusiasts in Mascri City and surrounding towns will have an opportunity Saturday to see what is now regarded as the best air tour ever staged in the state More than three score ships T T 7 7 7 I a varieties and sizes are to ar 1 I I 1 tl Q ve m 1e mornnS Ihe show T T l b O Is J starting at 1 oclock p m Iowa Boy Is Drowned LAWRENCE Ivans June 19 ili While bathing in a pool Perry L Davis Jr 10 the son of Mr and Mrs Perry Davis Qf Sioux City drowned yesterlny She parenls were visiting the bovs cijjandfather A E Davis Pole in Sub PARIS June Capt Sir George Hubert Wilkins Britishux plorer and Lincoln Ellsworth American who lias spent much of his life in the arctic regions to day announced collaboration in an attempt next year to reach lh North Pole by means of a submit rine UNT HET By Robert Quillen I dont never envy Pas lack o curiosity except were both settin still to see which one will an swer the telephone Veteran Davenport Editor to Take Place of Frank Throop DAVENPORT June 19 At Lenzburg Switzerland Capi Ralph W Cram for 20 years editor tain Wilkins issued a statement j of the Davenport Democrat and saying that Mr Ellsworth who Leader will become editor and pub was a joint leader with Roald Am undson on the flight of the Norgn across the North Pole will be as sociated with him as joint leader in the projected exploration trip to be lisher of that paper Victor Martin advertising manager will be made business manager and Frank M Gorman of the advertising depart ment of the Daily Times will suc as advertising Democrat on known as tho WilkinsEllswortti ceed Mr Martin transpolar submarine expedition manager of the The statement continued July 1 mnnder Sloan Dannehoer will This announcement was made last master of the vessel and Dr H i night at a farewell dinner given by Sverdrup the chief of its scientific staff They expect to leave New York for Spitzbergen next June and traveling under the ice cross the North Pole so as to reach Alas ka late in August A definite decision as to wheth er Mr Ellsworth will actually make the journey will be delaye 1 until he returns this summer from an expedition to Labrador Captain Wilkins announced last year that he would attempt Lhe transmlar submarine trip and stated that he had discovered an old submarine constructed by Si mon Lake the inventor wlrch would suit his purpose admirablv Vilbjalmur Stefansson famous Frank D Throop who for in years has served as publisher of the Dem ocrat and who leaves July l to take over the publicaton of the Lincoln Nebr Star recently purchased by the Lee syndicate of newspapers of which the Democrat and Daily Times are a paft Mr Cram started his newspaper career in the mechanical depart ment of the Democrat 47 years ago and has served successively as re porter telegraph editor city editor and editor He is well known thru out the country in aviation circles Indemnity Must Be Paid oiciiuissuii lamoiif DES MOINES June 19 Arctic explorer proably first dcmnitymust be paid for cattle veloned thn a cnilly farm which react to tuberculin tests the attorney generals office has ruled in response to a request from the state department of agriculture veloped the idea of reaching the pole by submarine He elaborate his theory of its possibility in his book Northward Course of Em NEW YORK June 19 Admiral Richard E Byrd master of j the Arctic airways north and south came home today to such a recep tion as New York saves for tho most popular of its heroes Twice before he had ridden tip Broadway with Grover back from the north pole once and again from a transAtlantic flight never to a welcome so uproar ious and explosive as todays Trim and youthful looking in his white naval uniform he stood in an open car his cap in his hand a suspicion of tears in his eyes while the roarng welcome of a great city broke and beat behind him Liko Lindliergs Greeting Slipping thru the narrows at dawn in his ice scarred barque the City of New York he was taken aboard the city tug Macom at Quar antine and brot to Battery park Such a din greeted him as the harbor had not known since Lind beregh came back from Paris More than half a hundred harbor craft ranging from small motor boats to giant fire tugs and luxurious priv ate yachts all gayly bedecked swung into line behind the Macom As the marine parade passed Gov ernors Island a signal gun spoke 13 times in salute to a rear admiral Fifteen thousand persons many of whom had waited patiently since daxvn were massed in Battery purk and as the Macom neared the pier they added shrill welcome to the deep throated undertone of liners whistles Fire boats threw a spray which became a background of rainbows as the sun found us wtiy thru the mist Mrs Byrd who had not seen her distinguished husband for almost two years waited on the pier but she had him only for a moment and then the city claimed Mm again As the open car carrying Ad miral Byrd swung around Bowling Green park and into Broadway the ticker tape which had been float down in small streamers for several minutes came down in a regular snow storm Hello nick Says Jimmy Police arms locked made a liv ing wall barely wide enough for the cars to creep thru Like a great wave rolling in from the sea a continuous roar of Medical Society Heads Con demn Prohibition Results CHICAGO June 19 lpJThc re tiring and incoming presidents of the Chicago Medical society joined in addresses last night in denuncia tion of prohibition and of what one of the speakers called racketoeis of righteousness Tt was the second attack on the law in Chicago during the day Lhe city council earlier having adopted a resolution attacking the prohibi tion laws as an abuse of Ihe law making power Both the new president of the medical society Dr Jamcs Hut ton and the retiring president Dr Charles B Reed called upon Ameri can medicine to fight for repeal of the dry law Dr Mutton said that American medicine should start in organized resistance to any further reform laws and work for the repeal of existing legislation of that kind as the shortest cut to eliminating a large part of the present crime conditions lying stations would be iu line il was pointed out with his pro nounced policy of putting more uni formed men on beats Al present there are about only 1100 patrolling the slreels Alcock said The new detective chief has been in the department 39 years and is C2 years old His reputation for trackingcriminals earned him the sobriquet of Nemesis Norton He has been shot five limes in the line of duty Norton was credited with solution of the famous Ragged Stranger I i n I I i o murder case in n0 obtained a I U D 11 S h C r O3VS confession from Carl O Wanderer who arranged with a tramp to stage a fake holdup of himself and his wife When the tramp held them up Wanderer shot and killed his wife and the psenrio robber The tramp never was identified Wan derm1 was hanged Had200 Convictions Norton has more than 20U con victions to credit In he was awarded the Tribune hero prize for his part in the car barn sliool I S rnlumii 11 Real Emergency Exists 300 See Aimee Off on Trip to Coast CHICAGO June cry Bless you sister sounding from 00 tliroats sped Aimic Remple Mc Pburson toward home and temple last night Disciples from her two Chicago churches were at the Northwestern station to say godspeed to the cyan gclist as she passed westward from her to Uie Holy Land Ive lots of plans she said Theyre going to give me a tre mendous reception when I get back Airplanes flying overhear and OMAHA June IP Declaring that an emergency exists iu yhich Hie ngricuHiril mickilewcsl and Me country at large should turn to the democratic parly for relief former Senator Giibcit M Hitchcock Oma ha publisher announced today that be will oppose Senator George Norris for the latters scat in the fall election Hitchcock who will seek the democratic nomination was for IK years a member of the senate and during the World war was chairinan of the foreign relations committee Al the last two democratic ualional conventions his name has been men tioned for the presidency as a fav orite sou His father was a republi can seualor from Nebraska before him The bard conditions which have confronted us in the west for sev eral years are now aggravated by unwise legislation and mistaken pol icies which have already produced much unemployment and depression in business Iliuhcock said in an nouncinghis candidacy In this emergency the country vi j lymir oveiuean aui dropping flowers talkies a bi pai r lrTC lni specially the lOiigsuV rade a police escort j flffIllclllVr11 wcsl nai Two Californians Are Shot to Death LOS ANGELICS Cal Jim 10 bullet shots thru their iieads Arthur W Peck 70 and his wife Edna M were found ov neighbors in their Alhambra KUI tirb borne yesterday It was re ported that Peck had previously wired a daughter in Sioux Oly Iowa to come west immedia ITnrn li jl Camp Dodge Training Group to Return to Homes Until August DES MOTNES June Pi Iowa National Guard officers will I break camp at Camp Dodge Uiu I afternoon after a four day school i of instruction in preparation fo 1 the annual outing in August vv Juno Representative Cyrcnus Cole of the fifth Iowa district today sif that the Iowa delegation in Lhe bouse of representatives had been assured that the nomination of Hin ford MacXidcias minister to Can ada would be confirmed bv the sen ate Personal objections raised before the senate foreign relations com mittee by Senator Smith W Brook hart were understood by the Iowa delegation to be applicable to fed eral officials appointed to state posts but not to appointees to diplo matic post Cole said lie added be understood Brook had bad been so nolifieil by ihe com mittee which submitted the nomi nation to the senate without recom mendation Cole said the I own delegation bad considered petitioning the senate to confirm Ihe nomination bul had given up the idea in view of clari fication of the situation in llic senate 1liiu Is Dropped WASHINGTON jmc efforts of Congressman Cyrcnus Cole of ihe filth district to have Iowa congressmen sign a round robin indorsing the appointment of Hanford MacNidev as minister to Canada have come to naught The Cedar Rapids legislator had sought to have the Iowa delega tion in the lower hoijsiv present a petition to tho senate askingthe confirmation of theMason City banker Congressman Cole dropped tlia plan after il became evident that he Huwkcyc representatives were unfavorable lo the plan believing that the fight over the confirma tion of iMaoNider was a senate matter and the lower house jihouki not interfere with affairs in the upper chamber The fight over Ihe appointment of the former assistant secretary of war biol on by Senator hart who has raised the pcrs nlly objectionable question is ex pected to come to a bead Friday when Ihe committees report is brot up in the senate Marshalltown Man Is Free of Liquor Charge MARSHALLTOWM June 10 T T R Stcphcnson of Cedar Rap ids was cleared of a eliargo of il Irgat transportation nf liquor yes terday in numicipril court II Ionnd that hollies of alleged alcohol said tu have been discovered in his car May 27 had nnl been placed there by Stephcnson A fingor print expert testified that he could find no traces of of lie defendants on the bottles Another delightful thlnj abjn early summer is tile ribseuro ni aged magazine agents working I heir way thru luii Tribune Mass sweeping victory of Dwight Morrow is going to give many a wet candi date false encouragement He was running on soniclung beside n plat form He could have run as a bol shevik and won The only thing will keep other states from following New Jerseys example will be there just aint any more Morrows I said I yesterday Daniel Webster wrote the dictionary Well these Harvardites have bien calling me up before day light telling me it was Noah Web ster and not Daniel How was I to know I neverread the book I never could get interested in the thing anyhow the mistake will only be noticed in Hoston Yours urally turn to the democratic parly as it did in 1010 when il elected ii democratic senate followed in 1012 when it elected a democratic presii dent The former senator a grizzled I campaigner was ihe first demo cratic senator ever elected to th senate from Nebraska He was sem to Washington by the state in 101l T 1n Senator R B Howell displaced June inThis him in ln21 Morrows Campaign for Senate Cost NEWARK N J June ili Expenditures on behalf of Dwight VV Morrow in his successful cam paign for the republican senatorial nomination today were placed by bis campaign manager at approxi mately SHOOO of which Morrow onlrimited SlfiOOO Douglas Thomson the campaign manager said contributions totaling SR3G08 were received He said his figures included expenditures up to and including June ll With only a few districts in the tale iinreported Morrows plurality was asilrilti The vote Morrow HTOfjS Franklin W Kort l7iin J and Joseph s vrt I IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy Probably show ers iu urst and extreme south purl inn Thursday and in cast and central portions Fri day Slightly cooler in extreme northwest purl ion ThurMlav night LOCAL STATISTICS Cloue Inzelti weather 1igine tor ll hour period ending iit S oclock Thursday Maximum Ucclnesilny TJ Minimum m NijjIK v At V A M Thursday   

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