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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE HOME EDITION MASON CITY 28 1930 UKXTED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL saavacE England on Decline Germany in Ascen dancy Senator Concludes By CHARLES I STEWAKT A S H I N G T O N June 23 Ger many beaten is steadily 1n the ascendent Eng land victorious is rapidly on the decline The conclusion is Senator Wil liam H Kings Recently back from Europe where he has been a frequent visitor for many years the Utah senator p r e v l sions Berlin as the dominant old world capital within a quarter of a century He mentions the western conti nental European countries generally as showing a tolerably satisfactory rate of recovery from the war But Britain Is the empires trend toward dis integration Reverting to its pre colonial status of three or four cen turies ago is England itself doomed to sink back to the level of a sec ondary less PASSES PACT Charle s rpHK senator hesitated I hate to make such a prediction he said all the English have done for civilization And he shrugged pessimistically Taxation continued the Utah lawmaker at 20 per cent Debts of 40 billions to pay off An area too small to feed its own popula to rely on the sale of its industrial products in for eign markets to buy foor for Its this trade constantly dwindling Unemployment on the in Tum tn ruffe 2 Column STORM STRIKES COUNTY Eight Head of Cattle Killed by Lightning on Farm CRESCO June severe elec tric storm accompanied by heavy wind and rain visited Howard coun ty and vicinity Sunday morning lodging grain washing out coin fields and damaging hundreds of trees in and about Cresco Eight head of cattle were killed by lightning on the L L Gaffrey farm 10 miles southwest of Cresco a horse killed from the same cause northeast of Cresco a poultry house blown down on the countyt farm northwest of town a chimney on the county machine shop at the fair grounds was struck by lightning and shattered to the ground and the Cresco public library building was struck with but little damage Nearly every street in Cresco Is littered with branches from shade trees and many fruit trees are more or less damaged by the heavy storm No fatalities are reported so far but many families were routed out of bed long before getting up time in the morning Cattle Aro Killed PLYMOUTH June headof cattle were killed by light ning inCharles Kings pasture one and onehalf miles southeast of town They were cattle he was pas turing for some of his neighbors A horse owned by Harold Witt was struck by lightning and killed early Sunday morning in Charles Grahams pasture seven miles northeast of here One of Mr Gra hams horses was also badly In jured OF CHAMBER TO HEAR MACNIDER Charter Session to Be Held Tuesday Night CXTBNSIVE plans have been made I L1 for a charter meeting of the ju nior division of the Chamber of Com merce tobe helo ai oclock Tuesday night in the Chamber of Commerce auditorium Col Han ford MacKidcr will be guest of honor From 100 to 150 members and prospective members of the junior chamber are expected to attend the meeting Those who have prospec tive members for the organization are urged to bring them in so that the membership campaign for he summer will be closed George Wolf returned Saturday from Brooklyn N Y where he at tended a national Junior Chamber of Commerce meeting He will give a report on his trip to the conven tion at the meeting Tuesday night Mr Wolf was gone two weeks and obtained much valuable informa tion concerning the management of Junior chambers While at the national convention Mr Wolf received a charter which will be presented at the meeting This presentation is considered an important event in the organizing of the clubs E H Wagner present of the Se nior Chamber of Commerce will give a talk at this meeting Dr H K Jones will sing and William Rae national high school flute j champion will play flute solos i The arrangements have been in charge of Charles E Cornwall j andDouglas Swale NO HOPES COOLER SPELL Sioux City Set High Mark With Mercury Reading of 99 DBS MOINES June 23 lowans today were given no hope for a termination of a heat wave that has sent thermometers soaring during the last two days In Des Moines yesterday the mer cury climbed as high as 95 degrees and averaged 85 for the day In Sioux City a high mark of 89 sent pioneers to their diaries to estab lish a precedent They had to go back to June 30 1891 for a June day just as hot as yesterdays in Sioux City Then the tube showed 100 degrees Following rain in Charles City Saturday riTght weather bureau ob servers held out no hope for abate ment While dwellers and farmers in the shade or on beaches their solace was the thot that the heat was ideal for corn CLOSE IOWA AIR LINDBERGHS ARE PARENTS OF SON Name of Lindberghs Son ONLY 4 SOLONS AGAINST LONDON TREATY 000 WITNESS 60 AVIATORS IN DARING STUNTS Was Born at n O U n day Action Assures Favor j Congratulations Pom In From All Parts 1 of World I rNGLEWOOD N J June 23 T I and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh are the parents of a son j P j The baby weighing seven and PrrOrmanrP IS pounds was born at cuuiuiciiiLe ib ncloclt p m ccntml 1 ime yesterday In the home where1 his mother the former Anne Morj vow was born She became a moth er on her twentyfourth birthday j AsideVfrom Ihe slatcment of the babysTiirth and his weight no de able Vote Senate in Unmarred by Acci dents is amed elfher Morv AUNT MET By Robert Quillen I thot havin her gall sac took out would help Emmie some but she come over to got my host napkins tor her party TRIAL OF JACK MGURN BEGINS Ganglands Best Dressed Member Held on Gun Carrying Charge CHICAGO June 23 Jack McGurn reputed to be gang j lands best dressed gang man went on trial today for carrying con cealed weapons McGurn was arrested with Tony Accardo the day Julius Rosenheim underworld informer was slain Both carried guns McGurn also was a suspect in tha St Valentines day massacre when seven members of the George Bugs Moran gang were lined against a wall and slain Givo Sunday Show GREENE June first Snday picture show was given nl the Crystal theater Sunday nigh The show was the technicolor talk insr picture Sally 5 ARE DEAD IN IOWA ACCIDENTS WeekEnd Takes Toll in Auto Plane Wrecks and Drownings ny THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Weekend accidents in Jowa were atal to five persons Thir teen others were injured three of them seriously Automobile crashes claimed two lives and caused injuries to 10 a falling plane trapped two both ot whom were injured three drowned when they sought to escape the heat wave by going swimming Killed in automobile accidents Leona Roberts 19 Fairfield and J W Rowe Cherokee Drowned Wil liam Scribner 18 Des Moines Les ter Rees 25 Des Moines and Mar j tin Matz 16 Dubuque 1lnno Fails Injured In automobile accidents Bruce Bailey IS Failfield Charle Stever 19 Fairfield Margaret Ball IS Failfield Hadley Chenoweth A Adel Roy Herbold Newton C S Halderman Des Moines Otto Mark man Newton Mrs C S Haider man Des Moines Patricia Halder man 5 Des Moines and Maine Beardsley 17 Kingsley Injured in plane crash Dallas Fidler Clarinda and Clifford Cham berlain 20 Clarinda George Hunt er Colfax injured when diving into a creek Ca Overturns A tire blow out caused the mlp hap resulting In the death of Miss Roberts and injuries to her three youthful Fairfield companions She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar Roberts and had recently completed her freshman year al Parsons college Of the other three Bruce Bailey son of Earnest Bailey was th more seriously hurt He was in a Turn fo 2 Cnlumn Stocks Turn Strong After Earlier Drop NEW YORK June 23 other avalanche of selling or ders fell upon the stock market UK trading was resumed today begin ning the fourth week of almost steady declines Several initial transactions were in blocks of 10000 to 40000 shares A long list of stocks lost 51 to r and U S Steel and American Tele phone reached new low levels for the year later in the day the selling fever stopped and the market slowed up transactions turning a point or two upward This continued thrnout the remainder of the day with the prices closing strong Grains Turn Higher CHICAGO June 23 grain market found new bottoms today in a general stampede to un load then groped its way upward to an irregular finish July wheat sold at a minimum of cents a bushel only cents above the best price of June 1911 The final prices for wheat were July 92Ji02 September 90 and December fiJi These prices were lower to higher than Saturday For a time the markets seemed demoralized heavy selling orders meeting no response from buyers At one moment every figure deliv ery in North American wheat pits was quoted under SI a bushel Wheat sagged three cents below Saturdays closinglevel and Uien came back with a late rally Corn moved up 1 to 1 cents a bushel July ending at 76 to 76ii Heavy movement of newly har vested American winter wheat weak foreign markets and sale to stop losses combined with JOIK weather at home and abroad to un dermine grain value HOOVER TO VETO VETERANSBILL Too Much of Drain on Treas ury President Insists WASHINGTON June 23 spite warnings of an impending presidential veto the senate today approached a vote on the World war veterans compensation bill with its sponsors confident of enough votes for passage Administration leaders however declined to admit defeat and pinned their hopes of enacting a measure suitable to President Hoover upon a substitute plan prepared by Senator Reed of Pennsylvania A roll call today on the pending measure was assured by an unani mous consent agreement entered into lost week It had already been passed by the house and with the senate voting its approval it would go to conference as it was consider ably modified by the senate commit tee In vigorous fashion President Hoover set forth hia objections to the bill in a letter to Senator Wat son the republican leader which was given out at the while house for publication today He criticized the measure as un sound and opposed to the best in terests of the veterans themselves He warned that its enactment would probably necessitate increased taxes if a deficit at the close of the next fiscal year is to be avoided Communications from Secretary Mellon dealing with the measures effect on the budget and from Di rector Hines of the Veterans bu reau criticizing the bill as inequi table were attached to the presi dents letter DES MOINES June 23 personnel of the fil planes comprising Icnvus third good will air tour were at liorun to day resting from scvcn days of flying hat lookthem ti 14 communities A hist night in DPS Moines officially closed the ex pedition with Mayor Iarkor I Crouch welcoming Ihu flytrs THE last of the airplanes on the Iowa good will tour left the Community Legion airport shortly after noon Sunday for DKS Moines where the largest tour of commer cial planes in the history of avia tion was completed Mason City gave the flyers an enthusiastic ovation Saturday when a thrilling air circus was presented In spite of the large number of planes a great variety of maneuvers at the Ioca7 airport no accidents occurred During the week when the flyers made 14 scheduled stops only two minor ac cidents happened one to a flyer and one to a spectator A total of 60 plans participated in the tour As pointed out by the fly ers the degree of safety provided by airplanes was well demonstrated by the lour Many Witness Cirrus Those in charge of local arrange ments state that 3000 persons were within the gates at the local circus and believe that more than 1000 witnessed the stunts from outside the gates Members of the local com mittee extended thanks to all those who contributed to the success of the aif circus The program of events started Saturday afternoon shortly after all planes had arrived from Fort Dodge The entry list in the dead stick landing contest in which the planes were piloted to tlie ground without use of the motor in an effort to stop near a flag in the center of the field was large Winners were Ray Schenck Clarinda who stopped within six inches of the flag John Livingston Waterloo who came within 25 feet 5 inches of the flag Turn tn rvcc 3 rnliutin 3 WASHINGTON June 23 Ti W The senate foreign relations committee today approved the Lon don naval treaty By 16 to 4 the committee order ed it reported to the senate Senators Johnson republican California and Shipslead farmer labor Minnesota announced they would submit minority reports The overwhelming support for the treaty in the committee was e tails of the event were forthcoming i believed to insure ratification of from the household of Mrs Lind Ulc lact wllen it is taken up by the bcrghs parents Ambassador and scnatc in special session Mrs Dwight W Morrow except the statement that mother and babv were resting comfortably Charles Jr Is Knvnrird I News of the arrival of the Lind bergh heir spread rapidly to all parts of the country and to foreign shores and within a short time u parade of messengers with congrat ulatory messages and bearing flowers began to arrive at the Mor row home Radio stations interrupt ed their programs to broadcast news of the event which has been awaited with lively Interest for sev eral weeks A name had not been announced for the new arrival but Charles A Lindbergh Jr for his father or Dwightilorrow Lindbergh aftarM3 Those voting against the pact were Johnson Shipstend Robinson of Indiana and Moses of New Hamp shire republicans Those voting for it were Borah Idaho chairman Cappej Kansas Gilletl Massachusetts Reed Pennsylvania Fess Ohio GoCf Wcst Virginia LaFollette Wisconsin and Vamlenberg Mich igan republicans Swanson Virginia Pittsmun Ne vada Robinson Arkansas Walsh Montana Harrison Mississippi George Georgia Black Alabama and Wagner New York democrats Seek Cause of Blast j Which Killed Tourists DENVER Colo June 23 County officials today were at tempting to determine the cause of a terrific explosion which last night killed a couple identified from let ters as Mr and Mrs Clifford Ho gan of Hill City Kans nnd wracked their automobile The bodies of tlv victims were found several hundred feet from a tangled mass of wreck age which had been their Automo bile grandfather were meiitionod as probable choices I Xo OHO Know Preparations which had been made for Mrs Lindberghs recep lion in a New York hospital were cancelled several days ago and hos pital equipment and two nurses were installed in the Morrow home The arrival of messengers troop g up the drive In the house was the only sign about the Morrow home to indicate that so momentu ous an event had taken place as the birth of a young Lindbergh There were even persons within the house at the time who did not learu of the birth until they left and were in formed by outsiders Among those were Mayor C P Mitchell of Englewnod and Daniel Pomeroy republican national com mitteeman who had called on Am bassador Morrow Wns Flying Companion I am a bit surprised Mayor Mitchell said for I left Ambassa dor Morrow after f oclock and lie never said a word about it Come to think of it a gentleman passed me in a bit of 11 hurry while I was in the house but he wouldnt talk to me He must have been the doctor Mrs Lindbergh who has been her I husbands constant companion in the j air since their marriage May 21 continued her flying to within mini In t Oilunm It 6ites Bangers Newspaper Work at Editorial Meeting UL H IJI yjllil ahl day The udUors were on n lakes trip Tollowing tlicir SAULT STE MARIE Mich June 21 of the news paper profession appear UH immi nent nouas before Chase S Os bonie former governor of Michigan told members of the national edi torial association ut a here today great lake convention in Milwaukee In Ohio said Mr Osborne an editor who exposed crookedness is murdered In Chicago a reporter who knew too much about the cri minal layout la shot tn death In Minnesota a newspaper is sup pressed exactly as a Mussolini would do it All this in our prideful America Mr Osborne also spoke of Ihe cultural improvement of newspaper staffs in rncent years the fascina tion of the profession nnd leader ship of the press Sfit w Wea BAPTIST PASTOR TAKES OWN LIFE Faribault Man Jumps From 13th Story of Y Hotel in Chicago I CHICAGO June 23 iff The Rev Clarence E Singleton Baptist min ister of Faribault Minn jumped to his death last night from the thir teenth floor fire escape landing of the Y M J A hotel Hundreds of persons on adjacent buildings watching a squadron of I army airplanes overhead witnessed I Ihe Rev Singletons leap i Altho the Rev George W Kehop CHICAGO June 23Whats bei Paslor lhc Firrt Baptist church come of the old fashioned fellow nf bault assistant Single that over in the left hand corner i H was md no motive for of the paper every day used to say th Wlje rCilC1C last nishl AM M cs in SlnSlcton s room indicatiMj All tbe he heen over some un disclosed problem of conduct JVlLL ROGERS Dont sell America short financial papers are talking about how cheap money is now with the federal reserve banks Around 3i per cent I dont see why they dont say its half of 1 per cent for there is no way getting any of it any way Ml bet Mellon would have trouble digging up enough collat eral for a present day loan It appears the SlatteryLalza fight was slopped in Boston on ac count of the passive resistance of i the Vows I to lilt UcNiubt j Viaduct Being Started at Ft Madison FORT MADISON June 23 li Work has started on a via duct in the Santa Fe railroad yards i The structure will be 6In feet long nnd will he 23 feet above the tracks 1 Officials said the viaduct will give the yards one of the largest switch ing areas free of grade in Ihe whole San la Fe system IOWA WEATHER TJiunilprshimcrs Monday aft rrmwit or early Tuesday Cooler Monday night Tmsilay Krncril ly hiir cooler in soulhiiiM and rxtreniiIMS portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a m Monday Maximum Sunday XT Minimum in Night Tj At S A M Monday 80 Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday Minimum jn Nlglil Ci7 Kliiifnl 15 nf nn Inch Summer seized North Iowa with a vengeance Saturday The days maximum 91 was 1 degree above the previous high mark of 1030 Sunday the maximum lacked I de grees of touching that level but the nights minimum 73 was 7 degrees higher than any thus far recorded this year Saturday nights rain which totaled almost half an inch was the first real downpour since the middle of the month The first half of the month brrt more than a half inch a day In the first week of the second half the total was only of an inch   

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