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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home H ft L 0 E R HIS MEM A ART DEPT OF lOrta MO I N ES I EDITION VOL XXX VI FIVE CENTS PER COPYASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JUNE 24 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 221 More on Treaty Claimed There May Have Been Secret Understandings FLYERS HEADING By CHARLES P STEWART AS HINGTON June o w public must H diplomatic bar gain be to be reasonably safe Once such dick ers were consid er e d nobodys business but n few rulers It was quite the regular thing for two of them to agree to help each other in case of war with out telling the hoi polloi in their two countries a word about it if j War actually broke out their subj jects were expected to jump in and was deemed plenty soon enough for them to know that there I Was any treaty j JMow this good old custom is gen erally recognized as having been dangerous people will not stand for it the oldtime bosses doubtless honestly felt that they understood their own game it simply would cause trouble to have ordinary folk butting Into it Moreover there are many signs that modern bosses still think except it is harder for them to get away with It than it used to be Anyway they try to be as secret as possible Secretary of State Henry L Stimsons recent row with Senator Hiram W Johnson of California over Americas naval pact with England and Japan reveals the dip In TftRC 10 Culunln Protivin Priest Appointed Bishop at Lincoln Nebr THE REV FATHER KUCERA TO BET POST KINGSFORDSMITH OFF FOR U S PLAN TO PASS waiting Pope Selects North lowan to Head j Diocese VATICAN CITY June 24 V Pope Pius today appointed the tev Louis B Kucera parish priest f Protivin Iowa as bishop of the incoln Nebr diocese ROBSION WILL BE UNOPPOSED Present Senator From Ken tucky Has Clear Field at Primaries FRANKFORT Ky June 24 T S Senator M Robsion Bar republican will be unop V posed in the Kentucky primary j Saturday Aug I for renomination j for the long and short terms His democratic opponents will not be I opposed in the primary either The j time for filing1 candidacies expired g at midnight Ben Williamson Ashliyid capital 4lst and chairman of tfie Kentucky f crippled childrens commission will tlbe the democratic nominee for the jiVahort term of four months to fill Jjithe unexpired term of Frederick J III Sackett who was made ambas ffsador to Germany and whom Sena tor Robsion succeeded by guberna Jtorial appointment ft Judge Miles M Logan Bowling Green member of the Kentucky court of appeals and grand sire of the Odd Fellows of the world will 9 be the democratic nominee for the j full six year term Three women all republicans are seeking congressional seats They are Mrs Katherin Kangley in cumbent tenth district Mrs Marie C Haller fifth district opposing J Lincoln Newhall incumbent snci Mrs David Allen seventh district opposing Robert Blackburn incum bent riecnlvcs Fractured Nose SHEFFIELD June Esslinger had the misfortune to fracture his nose while In swim wing today B REARED ON FARM PROTIVIN June was here today of the appoiut nent of the Rev Father Louis B Cucera local parish priest sis jishop of the Lincoln Nebr dio cese Tlie Rev Father Kucera Is the son of Mr and Mrs John Kucera 1 Montgomery Minn He was born and reared on a farm a few miles from Montgom ery He has had charge of the local arish since 1925 Previous to that time he had served 30 years as dean of St Josephs hall Columbia college He is about 40 years old He has bad singular success in the Protivin neighborhood Successor to Bcckman LINCOLN Nebr June 24 The Rev Louis B Kucera who has been appointed bishop of the Lin coln Nebr diocese becomes the successor to the Rt Rev F J Beck man who was recently installed as archbishop at Dubuque Iowa The Rev Father Kucera was an assistant at the St Josephs church in Mason City for a short period during the early part of his career as a priest and is known to a good anv of the elder Catholics 70 GO 50 40 30 20 10 o VET BILL OVER VETO BY HOOVER Name of Lindys Baby ENGLEWOOD N J June 24 Al interest in the son born lo Colonel and Mrs Charles A Lind j bergh was centered today upon the President Certain to Recboicc of a niime for tlie famtma 4 IN SOUTHERN CROSS FAR OUT OVER ATLANTIC KingsfordSmitH Due in New York Wednes day Morning Axsiciatctt frcss itwto Capt Charles IvlngsfordSmith British pilot and three companions hopped off from un Irish airport late Monday night on i flight to New York Radio messages miles at sea reported the plum iho famed Southern Cross above going strong The flyers am chip in New Yorli Wednesday morning fuse Signature on Measure wAp ASHINGTON June 21 rompt approval of senate amendments by the house and an emphatic veto from President Hoov er wen forecast today for the World War Compensation bill The measure greatly modified but still highly objectionable to the ad ministration and the basis of pre dictions of higher tax rates was returned to the house today for action on the change of the sen ate In Advance of President Hoovers fant j Despite the reticence of Colonel Lindbergh and other members of the Morrow household since the anj nouncement of the birth of a seven and three quarters pound boy Sun1 day the public seemed to take it j for granted that the child would be j christened either Charles Augustus i Jr after his father or Charles j Dwight a name combining that of I his father and his maternal grandi father Ambassador Dwight W row Satisfaetory 1rogrpss Unofficial word filtered past guards at the gate of the Morrow j esate that Mrs Anne Lindbergh j and the son born nn her twenty1 fourth birthday were making sat isfactory progress but that was all veto which congressional leaders i regarded as cWtain in view of his I statement of Sunday the sponsors of the measure were alligiiirijj their forces lo pass the bill over the chief executives disapproval Senate VassiN Bill Administration spokesmen held but little hope of sustaining the expected veto in tlie senate but tervals all day yesterday each time bringing a sheaf of telegrams and cablegrams of congratulation from all parts of the world Among them were messages from President Hoo ver Dnn Manuel C Tellez Mexican ambassador to Washington and per MALTESE RULE SUSPENDED REPORT POPE SERIOUSLY ILL Symptoms of Toxic Poison ing Present Vatican Dispatches Say VATICAN CITY June 24 The pope was reported today suf fering severely from an acute blad der trouble with reported symptoms of toxic poisoning The pope was known to be having some illness of this nature for con siderable time Todays reports had it that his condition was aggravated by participation in long ceremonies of canonization on Sunday It was understood that doctors had effected a drainage before Sun days rites which relieved the pa tient considerably and enabled him to make a rigorou appearance The reaction it was said set in after a series of audiences which he gave today AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I never had no desire to hn worldly even when I was young but sometimes I do kind o hanker to set with mv feet on the table ELBERT A READ WINS VERDICT Supreme Court Reverses De cision of Lower British Government Re luctantly Orders Change LONDON June 24 British government has decided to suspend the Maltese constitution temporarily in view of a tense polit ical situation in the island arising from a prolonged dispute with the Vatican Premier MacDonald announced the governments decision in the house of commons He said In view of the situation in Malta the government has decided with considerable reluctance that it has no alternative but to sanction tem porary suspension of the constitu tion The prime minister said full legis lative and executive authority would remain in the hands of the gover nor The existing ministry the prem ier said will remain in office and will be available in a consultative capacity if the governor wishes to Woodcock of Maryland New Prohibition Chief Federal Attorney t Have Charge of Enforcement WASHINGTON June 24 Preparing to take over the pro make use of their services The Maltese political situation been precarious for a year and f a half owing to a conflict between church and stale When church authorities ordered the transfer to Italy of a Maltese monk who was a British subject Lord Strickland the prime minis ter ruled that foreigners could not remove a British subject from Brit ish territory against his will hibition bureau of the treasury at j the end of the month the justice de partment has selected Amos W Woodcock of Salisbury Mdr for the task of directing enforcement As federal district attorney for his state and more recently as an aide to the Hoover law enforcement commission in its prohibition studies he has acquired an exper ience which the department says makes him well equipped for his new post Is Experienced As district attorney the depart ment said in announcing the selec tion Woodcock made an excellent record and gained the respect of his state for the fair fearless and efficient manner in which he per formed his duties He is 42 years of age and ha been practicing law since 1914 Be fore his appointment as district at torney in 1922 he served as assist STOCK MARKET SLUMPS AGAIN WHEAT IS OFF veu L ie ul prominent in aviation circles both branches of congress is necesi ong saiy tn override a presidential veto A caucus of hoiiEC republicans will consider tonight A move was under way nt that end of the capitol Lo work out a com promise more suitable to President Hoover in the event of a veto The bill was passed by the sen ate last night on a roll call which found but six ballots all republican cast against the measure and GG in its favor Those who opposed it were Gingham and Wnlcott of Connecti baby carriage manufacturer who attempted to deliver a sample ot Maproduct asavglf bergh baby was turned back at tlie gate with the information relayed from the house thru the guards that the Lindberghs had not ordered a baby carriage and did not want one Next in interest to the probable name of lhe baby were the future plans of the Lindbergh family May Muko Another Tour Colonel Lindbergh who called Admiral Richard upon Rear Admiral Richard E cut Gillett of Massachusetts Hasti P vestordav mld that he hoped ings of Delaware Reed of make R tour vanm and Watsnn of Indiana the Amclican airway ont attorney general of his state Citing his experience the deparl him to per Tribunal DES MOINES June 24 Elbert R Read former president of lhe closed First National bank of Shenandoah was awarded a verdicl by the Iowa supreme court today in a case filed by H J Spurway receiver of the bank for collection of a 55000 promissory note The court reversed the decision of the Page county district court which had ordered iudgment for the note The court also reversed by a 5 to decision a conviction of George Western of Union county who had ben sentenced to 10 years imprisonment on a charge of as sault with intent to commit a statutory crime Is Kicked By Horse LAKOTA June Hans received a broken nose a gash in his head and an injured ley vvhen he was kicked by a horse ivhich he was attempting to har ness He is recovering rapidly COOL WEATHER IS IN PROSPECT Twelve Persons Die in Chi cago Area From Heat Wave DES MOTNES June 24 lief from the heat wave that has en veloped the state the last three days was promised today Charles D Reed governmnt meteorolo gist here said that local showers were likely thruout the state Cool breezes sent the thermome ter on the downward path Uiruout the night Causes Twelve Deaths CHICAGO June 24 heat setting a new seasons record at 07 degrees caused 12 deaths in Chicago yesterday The weather man had predicted thundershoweis would end Ihe citys suffering during the night but dawn found the thermometer I edging upward in the eighties NEW YORK June 24 VI Share prices were again sent skidding during the latter part of todays session on the stock exchange A long list of important rails and industrials dropped S3 to while losses in a few of the erratic Issues ran to a maximum of a share Most of yesterdays gains were cancelled and a long list of isaues dropped to new lows for 1930 while several broke thru last Novembers bottom levels majority leader Law Moses of New Hampshire and Grundy of Pennsylvania were paired against the bill and Smoot of Ulah opposed it but was unnbie lo vote All three arc republicans As passed by the senate the measure would liberalize existing Turn lo InKr i Column ATTIC TO lines He Is technical advisor for tlui lines Such a trip would take him down the west coast HS far as Santiago DC Chile across the continent to Buenos Aires and down the cast coast to Rio De Janeiro His previ ous South American flights have taken him lo Venezuela Colombia Dutch and British Guiana TELL NEW STORY Wheat Takes Header CHICAGO June 24 harvest and collapse of prices gath ered momentum today and once again new low records were set in the futures market here July whom dropped to cents a bushel only u quarter cent above the June high price and the close today v at the bottom of tiie session showj ing losses of 3i to cents n bushel LOS ANGKLKS June 21 Landis Order to Get Airing Effort Being Made to S CoUrt pudiate Grand Jury Confession from Mondays finish new story from lhe lips of Otto Turn to lncc U Column M HflUSElFUSES SENATE CHANGES Rivers Harbors Measure Is Sent Back to Con ference WASHINGTON June 24 The house today declined to concur in the senate amendments to the 5138111902 rivers and harbors om nibus bill and sent it to conference to compose differences between the two branches Chairman Dempsey of the riveri and harbors committee asked for the conference He predicted the dif ferences involving projects costing S2T606875 would be agreed upon and that the bill would be enactod this week Speaker Longworth named Demp scy of New York Strong of Penn sylvania republicans and mans field democrat of Texas as the house conferees Wheat futures closed as follows Sanhuber alti man regarding to cents September the slaying here eight years ago rl Louisiana Bill to Tax Papers Disapproved BATON ROUGE La June 24 bill to tax Louisiana news papers 15 per cent of their jrross advertising income was unfavor ably reported today by lhe houso wnvs and means committee July 88 Olri to December to flJi Rye too established new mini mum records for the year and corn and oats were only a fraction above their lowest levels It was the fourth successive day that wheat had fallen lo a new low point breaking every record for sixteen years European buyers still held aloof and altho selling did not seem heavy there was little interest on the part of buyers Rains in Can ada and the fast northward move ment of the winter wheat harvest now sweeping across Ncbraslri helped undermine values MANYHURTIN More Than 150 Injured Due to Trouble During Strike SEVILLE June persons were seriously injured anJ about 100 suffered minor hurts in the rioting on the streets of Seville today as an outgrowth of a general strike More than ISO persons were in jured in disorders yesterday and the fighting was resumed as the strikers again began dcmonstra lions Among those Injured in ti days disorders was a child who reporled to be dying Fred Oestereich manufacturer was promised by defense attorney today as they began their attempt to clenr their client of the killing lo which he previously hnd con fessed Earl Wakeman defense attorney announced the first move in thu fight for acquittal would be an ef fort to strike from the records the transcript of a confession which Sanhuber made to the grand jury For decade prior In the night ul CHICAGO June 21 The first open rebellion against the arbitrary authority of Kenesaw Mountain Landis baseball commissioner broke out toriay when the Milwaukee club of the American Association brol suit In the federal court tn stop lh I ransfer of nnc of ils players to thc St Louis Browns of lhe American league The player involved is Fred Ben nett a first baseman now with Milwaukee Commissioner Lnndis had ordered Iho St Louis Browns which turned Bennett over to the Milwaukee team on option for two years to cither take him back wave its option to another major club or release Bennett outright The management of the Milwau LONDON June 24 afternoon messages from the Southern Cross that she had flnwn thru fog trom p m until p rn imd that Koon thereafter thc fog disap peared BULLETIN S v INGOMA June 21 The westward hound airplane Southern Cross her position us SIDI miles from Cape Iluce Newfoundland in a mes sage to the steamship Ingouia nt S p m Greenwich time 0 a m central standard time Tim following message wns received latltiule filUO north longitude 29 west Steering 2R1 True spiHid miles an hour IS p m irwinwleh meridian tlnii milrH from Cnpe Race fjALDONNEL AIRDROME Irish Free State June 2i cheerful as crickets the crew of the famous airplane Southern Cross to day was racing across the north At lantic with their radio keeping up a spirited stream of messages and their propellers eating up the mile age between Ireland and New York At p at British cummers time a m central standard time tlie trlmotored plane which already has a triumphant crossing of the wide Pacific to its credit was 800 miles out on its daring voy age and was rapidly approaching the halfway mark on the overwater lap between the coast of Ireland and Cape Race Newfoundland Average 88 Miles an Hour The plane had averaged a little more than 88 miles an hour since its departure from Port Marnock nt a m p m Monday C S TJ I and had Increased Its speed up to miles an hour as her heavy load of gasoline grew lighter The four men aboard Capt Charles Kiugsford Smith J Stannage radio operator M E Van Dyk assistant pilot and Capt J T Saul navigator were in gay spirits was indicated by their many messages picked up in Batdonnel and London as well aa by ships nt sea The sky was slightly ovemisi but the ocean was calm and condi tions seemed favorable for a fasi hop across the north Atlantic which already has taken so heavy a toll of j brave airmen and several who sought lo make the wrslvard crossing Urcsieil Tor It It was cold high up then over the Atlantic but Ihe flyers were Tom lo Iue 2 Column 4 IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Tuesday night and not much iiiango in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for kee club refused to allow Bennett j 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock AIIC 2 1V when Oesterreich waf ltee clun reinscd m amiw UUIIMCH to return to the St Louis and Tuesday morning had lived in secret gurret compart ments in various Oesterroich homes Says CHICAGO June Round June 22 1950 here is what will be head lined in the planet Alars morning papers A young man from a ing off for Venus in the morning Yours filed suit before Federal Judge ill Maximum Monday George A Carpenter seeking to re Minimum in Night strain Landis from transferring the At A M Tuesday TO player most remarkable feature George W Miller an at torney Mondays weather was the abrupt drop of the mercury from the days high point brot about under the influence of a brisk northwest wind The dnyx maximum was 91 the same as on tlie previous day and it occurred a bit after noon By 6 oclock the temperature had dropped to within a few degrees of the tffi mark and the range of temperature for the 24 hour period was 35 de grees This la 6 degrees greater than on any other day thus far in June representing Commissioner Landis assured Judge Carpenter the trani fer order would he held in abeyance until the court renders its decision The case was continued indefinitely American to Explain Cause of Expulsion OOTACAMUNTJ MADRAS In terday He had been in the air con1 dia June 21 Rev Ralph linuously for two months He had i Keithan American expelled from some letters of introduction trom I India ancl from thc missionary or Knglewood N J He asked to sanitation of which he was a mem have his ship refueled as he is takher today arrived here to explain to the governor the incidents which caused his banishment Mr Keithan said he was in sym pathy with lhe present political movement hut did not take active part because of his pledge of neu j trnlily according to an interview 1 with thc Reuters correspondent 1139 UcSAhtjbt Syadtcilo Uft
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