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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI KTVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 20 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 218 Spurns Big Salary Klein Turns Down Offer to Work for CHARLES P STEWART ASHIN GTON June 20 CPA Assistant Sec retary of Com merce Julius Klein who broad casts a talk a week on trade conditions here at home and abroad is re ferred to by the radio outfit thru which he ad dresses the coun try as one of the worlds leading authorities o n business and eco nomic problems The descrip tion is no exaggeration Also according to the wireless folk Dr Klein recently received a a year offer to quit his government post for an industrial position but he declined it is the kind of individual Dr 1 Klein is He is worth a year We know he is because it is offered to him radio people undoubtedly know what they are talking about and the price sounds reasonable for the doctors services anyway It is offered to him and he de clines Without investigating we dont know exactly what Dr Klein gets Turn lo 4 Column FITTS PROMISES AIRED AT TRIAL Agreed to Save Neck of Murder Defendant for Testimony LOS ANGELES June 20 Defense charges that District At Biiron would repeat to the grand jury his confession of the slaying of Fred Oesterreich wealthy manufacturer today enlivened Sanhubers trial for murder Fitts was expected to answer the charges which were made by Ear Wakemah of counsel for Sanhuber The trial was halted yesterday when Wakeman in an effort to ex clude Sanhubers grand jury testi mony demanded Fitts be called to testify regarding Sauhubers state ment his grand jury confession was made under duress Sanhuber previously had testified Fitts promised to save my neck In exchange for the grand jury testi mony Wakeman declared Fitts had ex pressed a kindly feeling towan Sanhuber and said the dstrict at torney promised he would see tha the man spent not more than five years in the penitentiary if he would plead guilty Fort Dodge American Legion Is Fifth in Size in All Nation INDIANAPOLIS Ind June 20 UP Official listing of the mem bership of the Fort Dodge unit o the American Legion Auxiliary a 481 made that local organization the fifth largest in the United States it was announced at auxil iary headquarters here today j The unit located at Memphis iTenn with 670 members was credited as the largest and was fol lowed by New Bedford Mass DOO La Crosse AVis 538 Galesburg 111 534 and Fort Dodge President Greets rty at White House C CRUISERPLANE CARRIER IS NEW PLAN FOR NAVY Would Be Combat Ship and Yet Discharge Air Fleet WASHINGTON June 20 Plans for drastically different hybrid fighting ships are occupying the navys designers It would be a combination cruiser and aircraft carrier capable of engaging in a running battle as well as launching more than two dozen airplanes for scouting or combat It would be of a radical design in that its large guns and their number would place it in the fight ing class yet a landing platform on its deck would equip it to carry from three to six times as many airplanes as the most modern cruisers now afloat To Carry Airplanes Instead of launching its planes from a distance and running from an attack as the existing carriers must the proposed cruiser carrier might get into the melee and let its brood bomb and harrass the enemy while it joined orthodox cruisers and battle ships in battle While some old line naval offi cers have expressed opposition to the cruiser carrier because its ef fectiveness might be lessened by a reduction airplariea aeronautics said that a 10000 ton or even a 7050 ton cruisercarrier ia the vessel that all nations soon will be building because of the In increased effectiveness of airplanes in battle Not in Treaty Tentative plans for the vessel provide for as many as 10 six inch guns as well as storage space of the planes About 70 per cent of the deck would be devoted to a land ing platform while the necessary superstructure and two triple or quadruple gun turrets or houses would be grouped in the bow Other guns would be at the stern while the antiaircraft batteries would be on platforms at the sides of the landing platform A ship of this type naval design ers say would not come xinder the London naval treaty definition of a carrier The treaty classifies as a carrier any ship designed for the specific and exclusive purpose of carrying aircraft NEW YORK WELCOME FOR BYRD MEETS MOTHER New Yorks characteristic wclonmc with ticker tajxi streaming was given Admiral ISyrd upon his return from tho South Pole Thursday The parade In Byrds honor is shown in this Associated Irrss toliv photo with Byrds car in the foreground The admiral is shown Inset urcctinir his mother uftor his two year absence WEDS IN Washington AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I knowed skirts would get longer They had to change o make womin buy new ones an there wasnt no place to go but down CHICAGO GANGS CLAIM ANOTHER Body of Reputed Bomber Alcohol Dealer Found in Junk Heap CHICAGO Tune 20 rule of the gun has not ended The body of Lorenzo Juliano stilled by gun slugs gave mute re tort today to the proclamation of Cook countys united law enforce ment bodies that crimes of violence shall stop Possessor of an unsavory repu tation as bomber gunman and big shot of an alcohol syndicate Juliano was found shot to death in an auto mobile mired in a blue island junk heap His killers had wrapped the body in canvas and run the car down a railway embankment in the southern suburbs one of the wet spots of Chicagos girdle His death the first recurrence ot gang retribution since the assassina tion 11 days ago of Alfred Jake Lingle Tribune reporter recalled fnr his implication in the bombings be DlonlcS UOiilp IUI Becomes Bride in Brilliant Social Event WASHINGTON June 20 Smith Wildman Brookhart Jr acm of Senator and Mrs Brookhavt of Iowa was married last night to Miss Elizabeth Waller of Washing ton at the St Margarets church on Connecticut avenue Most of the politically elite nf Washington were in attendance The ceremony was in charge of the Rev Herbert Scott Smith rector of the church Aliss Florence Brookhart daugh ter of the Iowa senator and sifter of the bridegroom was maitl of honor Attendants included Miss Alice Spalding of St Louis and the Misses Carolyn Jackson and Helen Taylor of Washington All of the attendants wore old fashioned lace mitts reaching SJGVC the elbows and matching the IKCO of their gown Mrs Brookhart the bridcgraomn mohcr also vorc lace The couple will make its hotre in Washington where the junior Brookhart is employed Anesthetics Action Science Find By HOWARD W BLAKESLFE Associated Tress Science Editor ITHACA N Y June 20 Discovery of the reason why anes thetics cause unconsciousness was announced today at Cornell univer sity They cause nerve cells to be come thick ant white like liny bard boiled eggs Oblivion accm paniea this change and conscious ness does not return until the colls resume their normal state An amazing part of the discovery is that a knockout blow on the head or the coma of narcotics cr intoxication all produce similar cell changes Tims the kick in a drink is actually in effect like a physical blow Boiled stewed anJ stiff applied to drug and drink effects arc more than slang I hey Turn tn tnco 2 Column 31 MAN NSANE QUEENS SLAYER SHOOTS VICTIM Medal Will Be Awarded Polar Flyer SENATE COMES A Another Letter to Paper Threatens More Killings VTEW YORK June 20 for the maniac slayer who in etters to a newspaper has admitted he killing of two men in Queens and hreatened 14 others turned to Brooklyn today after a third man ad been shot and critically vounded Police said the description of the issailant of Morris Horwitz 50 an nsurance broker who was shot in his automobile early today tallied vlth the description they have for he slayer of Joicph Mozynski and Noel Sowley in Queens Sends Second Letter Horwitz was shot after a second etter purporting to have been writ ion by the slayer of Mozynski and Sowley was delivered at the news paper office It was in the same handwriting as the earlier com munication In the second letter the writer said he had decided to spare sis persons because a certain document had been returned to him and he had received 537000 in blackmail money but that seven others were still marked for death unless an other document was forthcoming and S39000 additional blackmail The persons mentioned were all designed by cabalistic symbols those to be spared were listed as W R V8 College Point S12 Col lege Point K2 Brooklyn Z3 des ignated as a tall blonde woman Mfi N Y C XX a New York detective The list of seven to be killed was given as X14 X21 Y2 L6 X7 Xl and Vl All initials much of a clew for the superdetectives of Bnyside the letter said The shootings of Mozynski Sowley and Horwitz were similar in detail All three were shot as they sat in parked cars with women Mozynski who was a grocer of College Point N Y and was mar Turn In TUKO Oilumn 20 lonesome southern WASHINGTON June Those long cold and nights near the worlds most tip seemed far away today as Rear Admiral Richard E Byrd heard personally from President Hoover the felicitations which the radio took to him last November The universal pleasure at your successful flight over the south pole was expressed in that message to the frigid regions With a warm noonday sun on the white house lawn the president added the handj clasp of fellowship To Get Special Medul There also stood that hardy tanned band of 74 which followed tho lead of Dick Mr Hoover who radioed to lit tle America the people back home were glad of proof that the spirit of great adventure still lives was looking forward to presenting Rear Admiral Byrd tonight with n special gold medal of the National Geo graphic society It commemorates the aerial dash to the south pole Laughing like schoolboys on vaca tion the party of explorers reached Washington early to be greeted by an echo of the tumultuous reception accorded yesterday by New York What their welcome lacked in vol ume wasmade up in the spontanc ity and sincerity of the admirer who met the train and cheered Erom the sidewalks Young Dick Eyes Father One of the proudest around wa Dick Byrd Jr aged 10 who ha his dad so much 1n the pa3 two years He held tightly to hi mothers hand and his eyes dwel long on his wliiteiipiformeci rea admiral father Special greetings were giveu thir ing the day to Paul Siple the Erie Pennsylvania boy scout who accom panied the south pole exploration i group of uniformed scouts assured him of their envious admiration Brookhart in Speech Scores Mason Cityan BULLETIN WASHINGTON June 20 senate to day without a record vote confirmed the nomination of Him ford MiicNider of Iowa as minister to Can ada Henry Sekander 71 I Found Suspended From Cherry Tree CHARLES CITY June body of Henry Sekander 71 night j watchman at the Oliver Farm Plquipmeiit plant hero was found this morning by Mrs Karl Dodge suspended from one of the lower brunches of a cherry tree in tho hack yard It is believed that Mr Sekander performed the act shortly after quitting nt the plant nt 3 oclock in the morning The Dodge home is about two blocks from the Oliver plant E T Oakes Floyd county cor oner announced after an inspec tion of the case that no inquest would be held It Is believed that Mr Sekanders act was prompted by ill health He is survived by Mrs Sckandcr and two children Clar ence Scknndcr Charles City nnd Mrs Roy Shaffer Chicago PLANES THRILL NEWTON CROWDS SENATE PUSSES HARBORS BILL All Additions to House Meas ure Approved Goes to Hoover WASHINGTON June 20 B The senate toda3 pxssed the rivers und harbors measure embracing wa terways improvements for every section of the nation No record vote was taken The senate approved nil additions to the house bill proposed by ltd commerce committee The measure goes back to the house for concurrence in these Quick approval is expected Presi dent Hoover has not made known his attitude toward the legislation fore the 1028 primary of the Chi cago homes of Senator Charles S Deneen and Judge John A Swan son now states attorney Eleven sticks of dynamite were found in Julianos home at that time but his arrest was followed by no prosecution Three years ago he was indicted with 98 others by federal grand juries at Indianapolis charged with shipping alcohol between the In diana capital and Chicago Closing of Bank Shoot Milk Cow DECORAH June A fine milch cow was killed when some boys missed their mark in GoTge Carlson3 pasture yesterday and hit the cow The bullet pcnetratcU the animals lung v MARSHALLTOWN June 20 VI its own application the Cit izens Bank of Union has closed its door thru a court order C O Law rence cashier said that gossip al leging bad conditions of the bank had led to withdrawals Lawrence expressed the belief that depositors will be paid in full IJes in Iyle DECORAH June Han sen brother of Christ Hansen oi Decorah died Monday at his hosii in Lyle Minn He has been ft help less invalid for two years Finir al services were held Wednesday morning Robber Escapes in Taxi After Briei Gun fire NEW YORK June 20 Pa trolman Mitchell was shot and killed today in a gun duel witn a bandit who held up a malt and hops store The bandit who was wounded identified himself as George Harris 30 Cleveland Ohio The loot to taled Mitchell saw the bandit as he ran from the store nnd opened fire on the man jumped on the running hoard of a taxicab wounding the bandit who returned the and one took fatal effect Youth Wounded in Attempt to Get Away With Chickens SIGOURNEY June 20 When Lawrence Flander 20 re turns from an Iowa City hcispila where he is being treated for wounds inflicted by gunshot he will face a charge of chicken steal ing Sheriff Tomer A Beasley nf Keokuk county said Flander was wounded by Khrus Brenemen who was guarding ft chicken house on Iho A H Mc Graw farm officers said It is claimed Flnndcr had one sack with two chickens in it when he was shot The wounded youth asserts that he was forced to the McGrftw firm by n man whoso identity he diJ not reveal WILL ROGERS Says Anderson Makes cutive Loops at Noon Day Halt BULLETIN OTTUMWA Juno 20 The first of the participants In the third nnniml iilr tour ar rived here early this afternoon number of planes coming il rcot from Red Oak and landing ut the local airport ulicad of thoso which niailo tho sched uled sti tit Jvwtnn NEWTON June 20 Forty planes in the Iowa air lour stopped here for two hours this morning und then took off for Ottumwa Frank Anderson Des Moines pilot entertained a crowd of nearly JOOO persons by performing 23 consecu tive loops Mayor H K Cloud of Red Oak flew from his city to Newton tn the pilot ship The participants in the tour were entertained at luncheon before they hopped for Ottumwa An nir show was slated for tho latter city this afternoon willi the WASHINGTON June 20 jecting to confirmation of IIan ord MacNider of Iowa as minister o Canada Senator Brookhart re iiblican Iowa today told the sen tc he is personally offensive to oe in the highest degree Senator Brookhart told the sen ile that MacNider who also is a republican was the chief lobbyist against me at the time of my con est for a seat in the senate Senator Steck democrat Iowa who was given the senate seat after the 1924 contest with Brookhart was ready to urge MacNidcrs con firmation Makes Insult Claim My differences with MacNider became acute about the time of this contest said Brookhart He in sulted some senators and was put out of their offices The senator asserted MacNider is absolutely unfit for this post for any public service Broolchnrt then read public speeches made by MncNIder de riding him The senate listened attentively to Senator Brookhart us lie his case against MacNider Wasnt ConsulUd Brookhart said he had not object ed to the appointment of one of his democratic opponents Claude Por ter to the interstate commerce commission I was not consulted about this nomination he said but I hav been informed by some representa tives of the president that no dis courtesy was intended Brookhart had a number of photo fnnsei static copies of newspaper stories VUHe quoting speeches by MacNider Students FronnrAli Sections of Nation Enrolled at SUI IOWA CITY June cos mopolitan group in the 30yeur his tory of the summer session nearly SOI students from 44 other states and six foreign countries have reg istered at the University of Iowa for the first term The former record for number of states represented among summer session students wusy42 set last year when the registration rolls in clnilcd names of 71U men anil wom en from other commonwealths New Church Building WILL1AMSBURG Vi The new Presbyterian Church hns nearly completed plans for a house of worship to be erected near Wil liam and Mary college after having sold its present church buiUliri1 lo the restoration interests NEW YORK June Just had breakfast Thursday morning with the Morrows and the Lindberghs They are all feeling mighty fine over that election He made a pretty fair race without using Ltndy at nil If he had used him those other poor fellows wouldnt have even carried their own wives voteHe is anxious to get to Mexico and is leaving in a few days If 1 was his opponent in November I would get a one way ticket to Siberia See where the senate voted to investigate the rates in the tariff Thats holding an autopsy on the body Yours HERE SATURDAY Anticipation und Interest N increasing iimong IMnsoii City ans und North nwuns is day draws near for tlio visit if the uerlal armada Tim liO ptimrs arc duo to iirrivo at I p m Saturday lor an iiflrrnurm T stunts riMcs tml flights IOWA WEATHER cloudiness possi lily shoxvfrrs and in cvirciiiii west portion lridny nigh Slightly in ihc south west portion Friday oight LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figure for 21 hour period ending at S 60 planes spending the night there and hopping off at a m Satur day for Fort Dodge A number of the tour planes all ot which left Red Oak this oviock Friday morning ing did not visit the Newton air Maximum Thursday port stopping at DCS Moines and then going direct to Ottumwa for the air carnival 3 UeNxuhl Ua IIiMdn Klevator Company COULTER June Farm ers Elevator company of Coulter recently elected all the old officers to head the organization for Iho coming year They are President George bohrmann vice president H F Borchcrding manager Chris Hansen and assistant manager Adolph Minimum in Night At K A M Friday   

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