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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1930, Mason City, Iowa f North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOMfe BVOL XXXVI IHVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 211930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 219 No Free 11 Traders Old Style Tariff Booster Almost a Rarity By CHARLES P STEWAKT AriHINGTON June 21 CPA Carter Glass of Virginia resented it hotly recently when Senator James Watson of In diana G O P leader in the up per house of con gress took it for granted that the whole democratic party of the present clay and generation be lieves in a pro tective tariff In reply the AIR CIRCUS THRILLS CROWD Brookhar NUMBER ON GUN IN LINOLE CASE Seated in Fight Against MacNiderDARING STUNTS Wm 5 TOSSED FROM CLIFF Father Hurls i then six democratic protectionists fin the senate The fact is at that very time the of Democratic Senators Brat ton Broussard Copeland Kendrick Pittman Ransdcll and Trammel al ready were on record in favor of the HawleySmoot tariff bill the high est in the worlds history and an eighth Senator Fletcher was listed as paired on the same side TTOWEVER this doubtless was simply a slip in Senator Glass arithmetic he ought to have said nine instead of six But even so I would have thot ft Senator Watson was nearly W that genuine oldfashioned free trade or tarifffor revenue demo crats a tariff being merely a mihgty bad way of raising revenue but not necessarily inconsistent with free trade principles are at least scarce enough to class as cur iosities Furthermore It seemed to me that Senator Glass himself when I asked him about it vindicated the Hoosier lawmaker to all intents and purposes said the Virginia states man impatientji If you free trade in sense BROT TO Family to onWide Search Their Deaths for One Owner Time AS BROCK SCHLEE BROKE MARK 4 free traders ofisnt sort That is none in responsible posi tions Henry George believed in it So does Representative George Huddleston of Alabama and I know of one other democratic congress kman who does but is afraid to say out loud lest it be interpreted as Ja violent form of communism We must have some means S3 added Senator Glass of equalizing EJ l Turn to IUKC H Column HINT FRAMEUP ON PANTAGES Sworn Statement Says Eun r ice Pringle Accused Thea ter Man Falsely LOS ANGELES June 21 y Eunice Pringle young dancer upon whose complaint Alexander T Pan tages was convicted of assault has been subpoenaed to appear Thurs pHICAGO June 21 gun used to slay Jake Lingle Trib une reporter had become today a vital clew in the hunt for his as sassin Frank Foster a dapper gangster of vaccilating allegiances was the original owner of the pistol police revealed today and Foster has dis appeared Painstaking efforts had been made with a file to destroy the serial number stamped upon the weapon and thus prevent police from tracing its ownership But the file failed Acid microscopes and infinite police patience finally revealed what the number was Traced to Store The weapon police have estab lished was originally in the sport ing goods store of Peter Von Frant zius the same Von Frantzius who has been involved in the investiga tion of other gang killings particu larly the St Valentines day mas sacre of last yen Von Frantzius jcords show that the weapon wap to Foster sev eral months ago But Foster thi jice believe dis posed of the to the Llngle murder June 9 They want to know Turn to InEC 8 Column Boy Child Dropped to Rocks Below Stocks Take NewHeader dajbefore a grand jury investigat ing charges that her accusation of the multimillionaire theater owner were false The investigation was preclpi lated by an affidavit to U S Webb states attorney general in which TCugene Mozier exnaval mechanic claimed he had evidence of a frame up by Miss Pringle Mozier in his sworn statement said he informed Buron Fitts dis trict attorney of nis evidence and was instructed to keep his mouth shut NEW YORK June 21 speculative markets again broke un der severe selling pressure today ending the third week of almos stead declines Important shares o the Kew York stock exchange turn Wed to S15 scores reaching nes low levels for the year or longer The selling again embraced th leading commodity markets A Chicago Juup wheat sagged mar than a cent a bushel to the lowes level in about 15 years Cotton broke sharply on the Nev York market recording losses o about S2 a bale At London bar ail ver again dropped to new low lev els Had No Support Selling was not in specially large volume on the stock exchange sales for the two hour session barely aggregating 8000000 shares but the market was almost entirely without support In the last half hour moderate recoveries VIEW HAVEN Conn June 21 tJP C Spang of Ansonia mentally unbalanced today threw is wife and all four of their chll ren to their deaths over the edge of Vest Rock a high cliff in this citys iark system and later jumped to is own death The list of dead Ray C Spang 36 father his wife 33 Helen aged 10 Lorraine aged 7 Raymond aged 5 Donald aged 3 Spang was a war veteran and re cently returned home from the Jrooklyn naval hospital He had been employed by n manufacturing concern in Seymour the adjoining own to Ansonia Three bodies were recovered from the base on the cliff early this afternoon Planned on Picnic Ansonia police reported that Spang and his family left home this morning for a days outing and ap parently came here and went to the rock for a picnic It was the police theory that the family started to the picnic at the top of the cliff and that he seized them one by one and hurled them over the edge All Bodies Found Searching parties located all of the bodies by early afternoon and preparations were made to remuve the last of them from the roclts An eye witness of the tragedy was found In Maurry Bogdanoff who was playing ball with other boys on the diamond in the little park He said he was looking up at a man who was standing on the edge of the cliff when he saw the man drop a child over the edge He said he was frightened and ran to a telephone and called the Grave hospital The hospital had Turn In Pajre 8 folnmn IN WELCOME FAMED AVIATOR Admiral Byrd Arrives in Richmond To Get Honor Sword Record Vote Steck Makes Reply to Criticisms of Mason Cityan William Brock and Edward Schleo noted aviators are seen on their arrKu lit San iiftcr they had established n neu transcontinental nonstop record flvliic 2120 miles from Jack sonville Fla in 13 hours 5S mtnutcH and SO seconds Photo shows left lo right Schlce William Van Dusen airport representative ami Brock They nnwlo the rpturn trip to Jacksonville in 16 hours and 50 minutes making the fastest ocean tn ocean round trip an record AUNT HET By Robert Quillen rous I ant goin back to them the specialists They passed me naT from one to another like I was a dish o beans but they dont get no second helpin occurred but brokers them largely to coverin attributed purchases by shorts who had sold at higher levels Professional bear selling was re garded as an importal factor in the further decline as it was felt in brokerage circles that the selling out of weak holdings of stock had been fairly well completed In the heavy liquidation earlier in the week The curb market was weak ns pecially in the utility group Elec tric Bond and Share broke to n new low under 572 and closed Jit or lower American Gas and Electric lost Cities Service dropped nearly SIUnited Light and Power A and Aluminum of America were exceptions to the general trend each showing advances New York City bank stocks traded on the over the counter market were heavy Guaranty trust dropped 10 WRONG MAN IS PUT ON SPOT Indiana Harbor Merchant Shot While Gambler Escapes HAMMOND Ind June 21 The shooting on a busy corner of Indiana Harbor yesterday police are convinced was a case of the wrong man being put on the spot The mistake may cost John Alban n merchant his life Standing near Alban was an In diana Harbor gambler who police declare was the man marked foi assassination A hired killer however misun derstood the identification of hi employers driving by in an auto mobile and fired at Alban A but let struck Alban in the abdomen ivounding him so seriously that he may die The gunman escaped Shepherdess Saves Life of Flyer in Snowstorm Plane Makes 250 INJURED IN BOMBAY RIOTS Broadway Playboy Handled 7 Million Before Market Crash NEW YORK June 21 fair i Russell Ryder financial flash and Broadway playboy has indicated tht he har about 57000000 in the eight months before the collapse of his brokerage firm Woody and company which failed on Thursday GRAIN DECLINES CHICAGO June 21 values were hammered down to new low ground for the fourth time this week and all deliveries were be neath the dollar line for the first time in years July wheat dropped to 92 conls 1 only four cents above the prices i prevalent fust before Ihe wnr broke for Ryder was questioned for hours last night by representatives of Charles L Woody Jr and Luclnn A Hold his partners and by coun sel creditors of the bankrupt Wall street firm Ryder declared It was said that the Immediate cause of the failure was t recent sharp decline in the market during which Stein Cos Landing on Andean Mountain MENDOZA Argentina June 21 by a lonely shepherd ess Henri Guillaumet French iiir mail aviator endured the hardships of a plane crash a fall down a pre cipice an Andean blizzard starva tion and days without sleep and lived to tell the tale today An airplane brot him here during the night from a mountain village Pareditas where he was discovered yesterday by a provincial police of ficial more dead than alivf He ivul been missing for a week and a widespread search for him would have been abandoned today in the belief that he and plane had been buried in the snows which have fallen in the Andes for days Wings Snow Ludrn A medical examination revealed that the flyer was suffering from various injuries principally severe bruises Incurred when he lost his footing on a mountainside glacier and tumbled 400 feet down a preci pice The equal of Guillaumets storj of privation and hardship has rarely been heard here He set ou a week ago yesterday from Santia go de Chile with mail and cargo fo Mendoza Argentine border city The trip under any circumstance is difficult and dangerous due 11 the high peaks of the Andes which must be surmounted On this trip the ships wings gathered so mud anow that it finallymade a force landing on the side of a winter swept mountain Iill Off Irccipire The plane turned over and was destroyed but Guillaumet crawled out of the wreckage unhurtThe blizzard still raged so he spent the night beneath the wings of his olice Charge Into Crowd That Was Forbidden to Assemble BOMBAY June 21 lundred persons among them five women were injured and sent to lospltals today in police charges to 3reak up a nationalist demonstra ion in the Moidnn Esplanade The police some of whom were mounted wielded their lathis or bamboo clubs with telling effect and drove the throngs from the thorofare which the authorities last night forbade as an assembly place for the next two weeks Many of those injured received serious wounds Among these wen the two women Ambulances stooc by thruout the duration of the melee and carried off the disabled na tionalists to hospitals About 300 people were treated lor minor injuries besides the 200 or more sent to hospitals The police force called out to deal Avith the crowd consisted of 400 foot police i 50 mounted police and 30 officers Troops stood by thniout the act in the event tiie police were unable to cope with the situation BULLETIN KICIIMONU Vii June 21 Admiral Klchanl Bvclyn Byrd returned to Virginia today arriving In Richmond at ill for his nntlvo states homecoming celebration RICHMOND Va June 21 Virginias arms were out stretched today to its most fam ous son of the Byrd From the far corners of the Old Dominion his fellow citizens came to pay tribute to the conqueror of he ends of the earth The loving in terest of the folks at home whiih lias followed him to the icebound reaches of both polar regions and across the Atlantic was manifestly present Plans for the homecoming of the son of Winchester Va whose ex ploits have kindled romance in the hearts of the peoples of every na tion were simple but were clothed in the atmosphere that makes praises of kinsmen and lifelong friends greater than the plaudits of a nation To Honor Many Byrds arrival is oclock p m C S T Rich mond and Virginia will greet him at the station and along the line of march from there to the executive mansion where Governor Pollard will officially accord him the com monwealths common wealth which has welcomed home George Rogers Clarke Meriwether Lewis and Mathew Fountaine Maury from adventures beyond the hori son From the mansion Byrd will go to the Maury monument to pay age to another Virginia explor er navigator and georgrapher He will lav a wreath at its base Family Waiting A golden sword of honor the gift of the people of the state wilil be presented to him at a public recep tion tonight in the shrine Mosque Governor Pollard will make ths address of presentation in the pres ence of high officials of the com monwealth A dinner at the home of John Stewart Bryan chairman of the reception committee and a late reception at the Commonwealth WASHINGTON June 21 uPi Hanford MacNider of Iowa to day stood confirmed as minister to1 Canada thru action of the senate without a record vote Confirmation came only after MacNider had been described yes1 tertlav by Senai Weather Conditions ideal for Big Air Event Winners of the 31 iiUirt spied men for OX motors in tlici MIISDII City air cirrus Saturday afternoon WITH announced us follows First Chester lolirt 111 second Marion Worth Amrs and third 1 K McCurcltle DcSoto had seen tor Smith 1 jPKCTACULAR air sLunts which Brookhart rei included dead stick landing con publican Iowa 1 tests balloon busting racing para as the leader of chute dropping and wing walking thrilled a crowd of several thousand persons at the Legion community jiirport Saturday afternoon The event was the colorful finale of a weeks air tour thru Iowa in which GO of the states leading flyers par ticipated The flyers who have circled and crisscrossed the stale and visited nearly a score of airports during the week swooped down on the Mason City uirport shortly after noon Saturday to stage the fourth 1 drunken revels at the conven tions of the Am erican Legion of which MacNider formerly was na tional command er and Senator Steck democrat Iowa had denied the charges Brookhart said MacNider leadin those revels and declared that ho is to blame tor that more than any other man in the American Legion I Stock Comes to Defense Brookhart does not know what he is talking about Senator Steck replied jumping to his feet He said that MacNider had been a tee totaler since he had entered public life as an assistant secretary of war four years ago He called upon tbc and without doubt the most spec tacular of the airplane circuses at i tho week senate to confirm him MacNider a t his home at Ma son City Iowa refused to com ment on t h B r o olc hart charges further than to say that the senate had answered them better than I could The old feud between Brook hart and Mac Nider was aired Cnmu to Be Thrilled One by one tho graceful planes dropped out of the sky In the di rection of Fort Dodge as the thou sands watched with wonderland de light The roar of a score or motors on the field added excitenvint to the pent up feelings of the which had corao at length before club at which members of the Vir ginia Military institute club will be present also are on the days plans Sunday Admiral Byrd will go to his Winchester home Winchester postponed its welcome that the state might acclaim him first With Admiral Byrd his wife his mother Mrs Kleanor Boiling Byrd and his two brothers former Gov ernor Harry Flood Byrd ami Thomas B Byrd will come from Washington to take part in the cele bration They were present for the New York and Washington greet ings Arc In Chicago WHITTEMORE June H W Behnke of the Lutheran par ochial school and Mrs Behnke have left for Chicago where they the senate voted Broolchart said their differences became acute when the latter acted as chief lob byist against him in the Bronlt hartSteck contest for the senate in 1021 Brookhart then read to the sen ate several newspaper stories of speeches made by MacNider critic izing him He said MacNider was unfit for any public office Ixadfr of Kiivcls Charge There is another charge I want to make against the fitness of this j man especially at this time coni eluded Brookharl Too many Am erican Legion reinventions have been just drunken revels Ive seen this i man Hanford MacNider leading these revels I know be is to blame i for that more than any man in HIP j whole American Legion I am not in favor of sending a rcpresenintive of the American government any beautiful afternoon The first events on thettSrmal air circus program was the dead sticlc landing contest in which the motors are shut off 1500 feet in the air and the pilots attempt to land near a designated spot in tho field Following this was scheduled to take placo the various speed races glider demonstration balloon bust ingcontest stunt flying wing walking and parachute jumping events Miiclo 1275 Jumps Bill Hamilton was to make his 1275lh jump at the local port Ho uses a Travelaire piloted by Andy Anderson of DCS Moines Mr Hamil ton also hangs from a ladder by bis toes and does balancing acts In doing these he 1ms hnd no safety devices Tho pilots upon reaching Mason City had flown a total of 1300 Turn to TnKr H fnlumn Sftf spend a two months vacation plane remaining awake so as not to freeze to death Saturday the weather cleared somewhat and he saw an airplane fly high over him H Column 1 TennhcH Denta Hygirne GARNTSR June Mil Rowan Driver Barely Escapes From Burning Wreck of Automobile ROWAN Duane Bingham es caped serious injuries by a narrow margin when the car he was driv ing crashed into a ditch and be came ignited A rear tire blew out and Bingham was driving at such a rate as to make it impossible to control his machine The car which was a new Chevrolet coupe was burned badly the body being com pletely destroyed The driver was except for minor ROGER rf CHICAGO June can we do for this Bobby Jones who keeps monotonously winning all these golf championships V I would propose him for president Bu1 I havent got it in for him that bad On the golf course its just your opponents that are shooting at you But it looks like in the white house your friends are the ones you got to watch Just been over to see Charley Dawes Right from London with an accent longer than his pipe handle He can make good at any thing They want to use him in thif racketeer warfare Both sides ar1 not injured bruises making him offer Your metic stock in which Ryder and i dred McCuIlough has returned home Turn lu Inee 0 Column to 8 StoUz president of the Stein anyi hnrj a fell from 23 to spend the summer vacation Missj Among our statutes the prohibi McCullough taught dental hygiene tion law is getting most of the UcNluctu lao In the schools of Gary Ind breaks Brunswick Pilot MANIAC LETTER WRITER IS THRU Latest Note Says His Mis sion Has Been Accom plished NEW YORK June 21 letter writing maniac who has as sumed blame for two recent killings and who had threatened 13 more wrote what he said was his last let ter today asserting that his mis sion was accomplished and expresi sing regret that he hnd stained the i country with blood i The letter filled with strange j symbols composed of combined nu merals and letters and apparently the work nf a person totally de ranged said the writer was a mem ber of a worldwide secret order known as the Red Diamond of Rus sia which had no connection with the Soviets Anyone breaking its rules it continued is marked for death These men were dismissed from the order for treason One of them stole the documents mentioned before Word came to tit the supreme j council in Russia of the peril in thr Turn In IIIKO H Column 2 IOWA WEATHER Iarlly cloudy and somewhat threatening Saturday night and Sunday Not much change 111 LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday Minimum in Night At H A M Saturday 17 Fridays maximum lonipenituro came within a degree nf the high mark established on June 2 for the month and the nights minimum fell t degrees short of the mark re corded by the GlobeGazettes weather equipment on the night of June 12 day of the air clear with no immediate prospect of a fulfillment of the weather mans rain predic tion WEEKS FORECAST Weekly weather outlook for the upper Mississippi and lower Mis souri fair and rather warm over lower Missouri valley local showers and mostly moderate temperatures over north ern sections J
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