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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HAHUON R HISMEM 4 ART DCfT OF I A AOL XXXVI fivn PEK COPY HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 222 1 Genuine Antique Qould Described as Chief Conser vative AT ALDEN CHAJILES 1 STEWART A SH IN GT O N June 25 iCPAt he is from public life at his presen terms cni and his partys can didate to succeed him has just been chosen maybe it is no4 out or place right now to pay a sin cere tribute lo Arthur R Gould of Maine for n positively won derful U S sen ator A genuine an tique is the best description of him Obsolete he is certainly But rnv j that old man of 73 is a fine honest piece of workmanship And self made thruout he is entitled to every bit of the credit In this shoddy standardized age how he does loom the real article ONE senator of his type at a time is aVout enough that must be admitted j If the entire other 95 were nil as radical as Senator Brookhart Sen ank Robber at Hanlontown SALESMAN Fly e rs a t YOce t Fog and Lack JS Gas Calls Will Sustain Veto ProHalt 011 ROTARYS SILVER QUEEN RULES pose Compromise Measure lime 2 a record vote tin house tmlay concurred in tin senate amendments to tin Johnson World war relief hill It nou1 goes to Ircs idcnt Hoover and an immediate veto Is evportid ator Gould alone among them would j June sre VV give the whole body on an average a tinge of distinct conservatism As house republican leadership today came lo the support of an ingredient in a legislative mix President Hoover in his difficulties win1 UiU S o n t he r n Cross to Leave for N Y Thursday lJARBOR GRACE N R June 25 airplane Southern i Cross landed here early today aftei I spanning the Atlantic ocean from j Ireland and the flyers immediately i made plans for flying to New Yorlt tlien to Snn Frnncisco Such a flight would virtually complete an around j the world flight for the Southern Cross which previously had been i flown from San Francisco to Australia and England ture not to exceed a single drop of j uith C0nnrross over the World Senator Gould to the hogshead is j veterans compensation bill sufficient Much more than that threw its strength behind a would flavor it too decidedly I enact a measure suitable to Nevertheless conservatism is executive titled to be represented Well Sen Assured of enough votes to SUMi tomorrow for New York ator Gould can represent a lot of j expected veto of the petalj The flyers experienced almost i Johnson bill which was passed perfect weather until they ap by the senate over Mr Hoovcrs preached the Newfoundland coast The plane had gasoline for only j four hours flying when it landed plan to b the m The plane will leave at daybreak BUT get Wha get this iiat Senator Gould stands for the eternal he STANDS for There are conservatives who are hard to tell from progressives to listen to them All the votes in New England couldnt scare Senator i outspoken objections the party 1 when the trip almt t came to an un I chieftains planned to adopt a oni i fortunate end as fog enshrouded the promise measure voting upon i plane For more than an hour dur on Saturday or Monday i ing the night the aviators flew To Uphold President blindly and but for radio stations This program was arranged at a providing them with directions they might have been kKt All Sought Sleep The flyers Capt Charles Kiags ith Evert Van Dyk J Pat and John D Stannage 11 PLANES Believed LOST IN Be BaitditW AT 2 HANGARS Chicago Airport Blaze Causes Loss of Two Million BrOt tO MC LOB Monohan and Mrs Held For Investicja McGivern Des Monies tion 2 Other Men Killed Escape ITANLONTOWX June 2fiA man j CHICAGO June 20 han gars and 27 airplanes 12 of them trimotor passenger planes were destroyed by fire at the muni cipal airport early today The loss was estimated at more than million dollars tiame of Don Howard R Dak wns captured here this morning by a group of Hnnlontown vigilantes Sheriff G K Cress Cerro Gordo county nnd Sheriff A K Wieneth Worth county Two men who had been sitting in the stalled Buick car about one mile west of town on No 0 since OWA FAtS June O B Monohan and Mrs Hariiet Mo Moines were when the automobile in answering the description of the Givern both of DCS Calumet bank robber giving the uhon he Cenlervillc which bey were riding was struck i by an Illinois Central passenger train near Alden torlav The hangars destroyed were those the morning with of the Universal Airlines Inc and i WIVi1 captured had the Grey Goose Airlines the latter i when the law enforcement officers under lease to the Stout The fire followed an explosion of TllR clra Buick sedan bearing undetermined cause in the Univcri lllc cense number was sal hangar 1 folincl lo have only a keg of roof Mile Square airport said he saw u spark leap across the darkness at the one who disappeared lli 1 struck that side Her the rear of the Universal hangar and that the explosion followed 1 Almost at once the building was in 1 flames Officials of the loxvn Lfme Slnne Quarry company o which Mono lifin was to report at Alden today identified him The voman i wu reported was running board of when the train body was so badly mangled positive ideulinci tion could not be made at first Monobans body iilso wns badly mutilated Monohnn was a salesman for the F I du Pont ile Nemnnrs com j puny Mrs McGivern was identified by Tum B Column wcrc in gooc condition and excel f uviiiui vum following a caucus lasi GouJV out of expressing the most republicans of ibCimore than the needed oneturn of VT r7 J house ymembersmpyagreed to the Chief executives vtfto istratiou leaders in the sen jate have little hope of sustaining icnr spirits when they the veto there j lt a m C S T They talked The conference was attended by of the dangers they had en Speaker Longworlh Majority Lea i countered and then all sought sleep i er Tilson Chairman Snell of Die i KingsfordSmith credited the rules committee and Chainian j adio with having saved himself and Johnson of the World war vctorrjv hjs companions but said a shortage of gasoline was responsible for their failed to rfljjch the United rumimi uwim driejiaUK to the llotary convention1 iu Chi cago is Hie soc duly of tins qurrn anil her court Miss Marie Ilrucc 1holo slinws the Silvor Jucin of Hillarys twentyfifth anniversary her oourl of wniium dressed in nativecostumes of the lit coun tries rcnreseiHcd hi convcntinn OFFICERS RAID RITZCARLTON Fashionable Hotel and Cafe Operators Held on Liquor Charges NEW YORK June 25 Charges of liquor law violation vare on fije against 20 persons today as 5 the result of raids by federal pro hibition agents on the RitzCarlton hotel and the Casino restaurant in Central park two of the citys most A fashionable gathering places HiAmong the prisoners were eight men patrons of the Casino charged Quiz Russell on Where Lingle Got His Money Study of Sioux City Local law enforcement officers believe that the men might of Younkcr Brothers be the gang1 which staged the rob company of Uci Moincs where she heries at Strawberry Point rind wa1 employed as a buyer and man Cnlumet hope to have witnesses aKcr of L1e childrens department Several men Including pilots and from these places to view the men Mr Monohan wis mechanics were in the building but before tomorrow taken to the Alden undertaking escaped liefore the fire reached the xhe captured suspect was taken t where it vas examined by front of the hangar where they City by Sheriff Cress and 1 Hardin county coroner short ly were They were able to wheel out has been lodged in the Ccrro Gordo lCUnl noon five plnnes only Flaming fragments county jail spanned the 50 feet separating the Universal nnd Grey Goose hangars and both were destroyed before fire mcu could halt the flames Every light nt the airport In cludingthe boundary lights so vital to night flyers seeking to land were SCOUR NORTH IOWA HOLD MAN FOR extinguished when the fire burned away power lines Temporary lights were hurriedly placed to prevent disaster to arriving mail planes YOUTH MAY BE Havin States I KingHfordSmith was brief in his comments He said We had a rotten night We flew over this territory almost all night waiting for a chance to land We were in the air more than 32 hours and experienced very foggy weather Contains Signature of d May Reveal Motive of Man Who Killed 2 in Queens NEW YORK June 2f the waiters with aiding and abet ting in the maintenance of a nui aancc Those arrested at tht RitzCarl toii were Thomas Sarvas manager of the roof garden charged with permitting the sale and service of j A beam wireless proved of great assistance to the flyers Vnn Dyk i copilot with KingsfordSmith Nav j igator Saul and Radio Operator Stannage all said that but for the with possession of liquor Others i youth wearing a religious medal beam wireless at Belle Isle the arrested there included Sidney Hoj around his neck and Avhose pockets I plane never would have able omon the owner nene L Black contained a code with the legend to reach Harbor Grace maitre dhotel and eight waiters i 3X purported signature of the The plane fought its way to the Solomon and Black were charged i maniac murderer of two men in Newfoundland coast thru a night with maintaining a nuisance nnd Queens was arrested today in Riv that presented almost every danger erside park He said he was Clari cnce Jamea Pratt 21 Chicago Turn in inno 2 lately a resident of Brooklyn i He told police he was going to ride a freight back to Chicago Besides the code police said Pratt had a picture of a skull and waited accused j hones with two Xs and ft and service and Charles Williams marked on t some letters a picture an elevator starter who prohibition f rl and Ins fingerprints on pa agentssaid sold a quart of m rc nkHe also wore a rinir pagne and a pint ofwhisky to one 100 bail I Frustration of Car Theft Plans Blamed for Explosion DES MOINES June 2o IT 1L wna understood he was asked if Held on t charge of larceny of an Lost Flyers Plane Found His close friend William Russell Ill Il C former police commissioner was j I JrJL lLLA questioned yestcrdnv nt the states attorneys office What he told the i Los ANOELKS June investigators was not revealed Trace Identity Thru Number A search was still being made for the remainder of the body of the woman The jCirst clew to the Mr Monohan was thru the luimber of his Buick coupe Offi cials of the Iowa Limestone com pany hero were expecting a sales man from the du Pont de Noinuiirs company offices in Dcs Aloincs and i expressed the opinion that thin ton county nearly 200 miles apart ho ft mul Uulf offict DES MOINES June 25 County officers and vigilantes were scouring1 northern Iowa today for two gangs of bntak robbers who itt lleld Ml 1 bans at Calumet O Brien county and Strawberry Point Clnyi CHICAGO June Zil The mo tive for Jake Lingles murder was sought today in a study of his automobile George Murray 20 wns in jail today following the issue of a warrant sworn out by Robert Warren lie knew What were the bank deposits of the Tribme reporter What was the source of his in allcges that Murray ome aside from his modest salary ONLY FAKE of their number All of the prisoners were released on bail after being taken to police stations Police said Pratt admitted he had j written a code message to a j paper but claimed it was in defi ance of the Queens murderer whor1 Minnesota Girl Tried Torture to Get to Go to School and two accomplices stole his car and after frustration of the theft plans returned to bomb his home Lnlc Monday night Warren was awakened by the noise of the mo tor of liis ccupe Rousing two other men in the house they went outaide just as the coupe was driv en auay Warren and his frionds followed the thieves for four blocks when a freight train stopped the i flight of the fugitives The men jumped from the coupe two running down the tracks while the other hopped the freight ami yelled to Warren Im coming back to blow up your house and your whole family into the Des Moinen river Warren and his partners re turned home satisfied with the re covery of the car Two hours later a bomb exploded under the front Ilifhl the mountain wilds of as a newspaperman What were his transactions with stockbrokers In whose name did he write checks ami why 1 id to iraiid Jury I The nature of the questioning was taken as an indication that the fi naijces of the slain reporter who was friend alilte of police chiefs and gang leaders would be placed be fore the grand jury which is lo in vestigate the murder The former police commissioner whose resignation resulted from public indignation touched off by the Lingle assassination is expected PELICAN RAPIDS Minn June AUNT HET By Robert Quillen My children all learned to ask UK hlessin like they meant it but that was be fore spinach got to be fash ionable he challenged to decipher it Pratt5 girls bubble of an ox said his code was one used boyhood and decipherable by only tortion plot burst today and in its place her strange tale of self one other Johnson inflicted torture to win her grand of Chicago He said his father and parents consent to attend school brother Jacques and Donald Pratt i MiKS vinla Hunt 18yearold or livcrt in Chicago i nhnn confessed last night to Sher The picture he said was of a girl iff Tweeten that her tale of acquaintance formerly of Chicago j having been tortured by three young but now livingin Iowa Letters from I men Sunday after receiving notes Johnson and the girls mother ad demanding on pain of death to her grandparents and brother of the windov house shattering and wrecking the vised him to be careful of his com panions in New York City of Chicago in Air 330 Hours CHICAGO June 25 f a myth Miss Hunt said she slashed herself 1 across the body with a knife tied j her own feet and then wrapped a handkerchief about her neck to make her The old folks were nice to me the girl said but they wouldnt let me go to school I thot if I made the end of its second week in the Llierll tllinl T hacl been hlut lo savc air the refueling endurance fliht lhcm they raight Iet me plane City of Chicago had been i Her glanclparents Mr and Mrs j aloft 330 hours at a m iC j Arnc Holl reputedly wealthy were Is T at a loss to explain the girls act In notes dropped at Sky Harbor Thcy poijcc they would have airport over which the plane is sent the jir to altcn if she cruising Johlf and Kenneth Hunt iaf expressed such a desire 1 er brotherpilots expressed confij denco they woulfi be nolcto belter i the record of 420 hours plus set o j It begins to look as if Brookhart Forest OBrinc and Dale Jackson and MacNider did not likt ach last ycnr In the St Louis Robin Journal porch every front part of the home No one in the house was injured however 2 Muscatine Banks Figure in Combine MUSCATINE June 2o nouncement was made today of the Senate advocates of the London consolidation of the First National I treaty determined today to begin bank and the First Trust and Sav ings bank Altho under the same ownership and in the same building the two have been separate institu tions but henceforth will western Utah was expected today by Western Air Express officials to clear away the mystery surrounding the disappearance Jan 10 of Mau rice Graham air mail pilot Officials of the company said they were certain the wrecked plane was the one in which Graham started on his last trip with niail from Los An geles to Rait Lake City When the plane was discovered near Cedar City Utah by two youthful shepherds Ward Norten son and Klburn Orton James Car son Grahams flying buddy rushed to the scene from Ely Nov He Inter reported lo western air officials that an unopened parachute sten ciled Maurice Graham had been found beside the plane Carson sniii he found in the cockpit a jacket worn by Graham on his last flight Perished In Storm Both Carson and the shepherds discovering the plane reported that it was not badly damaged The mail compartment they said was un Titni to 2 rolumn 3i within f0 minutes yesterday Both gangs escaped in large so idana and were believed to have had machine guns in their cars At Paullinn west of Calumet an auto mctiilc and three men answering description of the Caluniet robbers were seen find a report from there stated that a machine gun was pointingrearward out of one of the windows of the fugitives car Got Total of S12200 At Strawberry Point the bandits escaped with SllOOO in cash KTd bonds while at Calumet 200 in currency was taken In the Strawberry Point holdup the robbers forced three women em ployes and six customers into a vault They spent or minutes in i carrying out therobbery hut pasc ersby did not suspect anything wa wrong and the theft was not dis covered until the vice president J J Mnthews returned to the ban from a trip to the depot Five men were believed to have participated In the Strawberry Point holdup which occurred at p m Two Wailed in Car Two waited in a car 1 blue Hup mobile sedan bearing the license CTnrn ti Pnze t Oiluntn It Mr MoiiohaJi had been the hcuci of the du Pont sales force in Iowa for several years The Iowa Lime stone company liijd purchased KOIIIO explosives from the firm and it was in connection with the use of these that Mr Monohan had sliirled for Aldcn View Partly Shut Off At the time of the accident n freight train was located on asid ing1 near the main track of the Illi nois Central nnd partly shut off a view of the traclts for any distance The Buiclt car was reduced splintered wood and iron and is be lieved to bo unKalvageable Officials of the du Pom company in the DCS Mnines office have aslteri that the body oC Mr Monohan be sent to Des Moines Nothing is known of his fnniily at Hie Hotel Martin where he had formerly lived O B Monohan explosives iles man who was killed instantly when a fast Illinois Central passenger train hit the car in which he Find Mrs Harriet McGivern were riding was wellknown to members of IHe S P Bowcn company wholesale ox plosive dealers in Mason City Mr Monohnn usually business in Mason City on ihe aver Timi lo Insf t oltimn TORNADO CAUSES Hoover Ignores Plea for De ferment of Special Session WASHINGTON June 25 ROGERS c CHICAGO June they run all the racketeers out of Chi cago and they had no more than one under the name of the First Na tional bank of Muscatine lotoa Falls Camp for Boys Well Attended TOW A FALLS June 25 About hoys are enjoying n 10day out ing at Camp Morrison which ia I i cated on the chuutatifim grounds in this city The boys are members of the Junior Brolheinood of the Episcopal church in Iowa Tlin camp in named in honr of the Rishop T X Morrison of Daven port consideration of it without waiting got them out for the special session which Preconvention got ident Hoover iutendr lr call This developed after wotd hue raced from the white house lo the capitol 1hal the president would ig nore the signed petition of 23 sen ators for deferment of the special session until after the November elections Senator Watson I he republican leader announced he would ap prove a motion lo begin debate on the treaty just as snon as he sen nte disposes of the pending busi the deficiency appropriation bill and the motor bus regulation measure He wants to talie up the treaty while the senate is preparing finnl settlement of the vexing Wort wnr veterans legislation till the Rotarinns in Now they are talking about letting the croolts come hack They figure there is Home Rotarians here that could skin the crooks You that organiza tion only lakes in the best in each line So with all these new lines of commerce we have developed in the last few years they must have some pretty slick oirds among em I saw n lowwing speedy mono plane flying over there Tuesday IN WEST IOWA IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair tint in Umprrnlnrr LOCAL STATISTICS te weather for 21hour period ending IL The storm vented most of its fury ococh Wednesday morning at the town of Granville a village Maximum I uesrtiiy of rPO Inhabitants located in Sioux Minimum in Mght fJ county Mayor Jf H Perlot ofj Af A fis Granvillc estimated the property damage there at close to SJOUX CITY Juno tornado which swept thru Sioux and i OBrien counties Tuesday night I caused damage estimated at nbonlj SfiOOOO and resulted in ihe injury of at least nine persons Rainfall 30 of an In The June total of rainfall Other towns that were in the path nclr he Sinoh mark TueiHiny of the miniature twister were Pan night when almost a third of an lina Alton and Orange City inch descended on Mason City Thu The list of injured at Granvillc I weeks total is of an inch Wrd included both Mayor Perlot and hia t nesday dawned clear with the bet it WAS Ljndy stealing baby out for nn airing Yours that wife Mrs Perlot In suffering from fractured skull us a result of being struck by a cement block when they escaped from their newly finished home just before it was levelled to the ground hy the tornado Thrown ufit7nK Mr Ptrlot suffered head cuts and bruises as also did their 8 year old granddaughter Geraldinc Cobb Harold Lynch of Granville suf fered cuts and bruises on the hea3 TTim to rngp Z rolomn 11 I cury mounting rather rapidly under the influence of a south wind and   

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