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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1930, Mason City, Iowa n i j DEPT OF NES North Iowas DAILY PAPER Kdited for the Home HOME EDIT XXXVI rive CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 261930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SEKV1CE NO 223 USIs Powerless fannot Get Rid of Reds Stewart I Thinks CHARLES P STEWAKT ASHINGTON June 26 CPAi as the U S govern ment objects to the presence of Russian red pro pagandists in this country once they get in it is powerless to get rid of them It can stop them before they step on ouv soil and prevent them from step ping on it if it sees them com ing but that is different from deporting them Other countries communists an archists miscellaneous radicals and assorted undesirables not only can be barred out if they do slip past our immigration authorities they can be rounded up later and shipped I back to the various lands whence they came Not Russias THE explanation is From the governments sland no conutry exists except coun tries having governments with which this countrys government has some sort of official relations bad or indifferent The present Russian government as has often been advertised never has been recognized at all by our state department RussianAmerican relations have not even been broken Washington stil recognizes the Russian regime which preceded so viet rule in the onetime realm of Tllrn lo InBr 4 Colnmn S Bank Suspect Held Here Is Wanted in Michigan CAR THIEF FIRES LAFOLLETTE TO OPPOSE KOHLER brother of Senator in Race for Wisconsin Gov ernorship i MADISON Wls June 26 Philip LaFollette progressive repub lican today announced his candi dacy for the republican nomination for governor of Wisconsin He Is a son of the late U S Senator Robert IT LaFollette and brother of Sen ator Robert M LaFollette Jr The primary will be held Sept 16 He will oppose Governor Walter J Kohler recently endorsed for re election by the conservative repub lican faction Chain banking and retailing ex cessive rates of public utilities which he said constitute a power trust and elimination of excessive campaign expenditures were listed by LaFollette as major issues Gov ernor Kohler was recently acquit ted of charges of spending more than the legal 54000 in his 1928 pri mary campaign AmesBoone Highway Nearly Completed BOONE June 20 ot the Lincoln highway between Ames and Boone will be completed this evening the construction company layingthe concrete said today This leaves only a short stretch west of Boone unpaved before the is surfaced the length of county Another stretch in Carroll coun ty hnd a 3 mile gap in Tanjn county also remain unpaved the highway otherwise being complete ly surfaced with concrete from Clinton to Council Bluffs STATE AGENTS HAVE IDENTIFIED FINGERPRINTS Suspect Denies Know ledge of Bank Rob bery PINGERPRINTS taken of a man A giving the name of Don Howard 32 Centerville S Dak who was captured near Hanlontown Wednes day in connection with the robbing of a bank at Calumet coincided with those of n man wanted at Flint Mich on charges of larceny of an auto and armed robbery Ac cording to officers his alias Is Ward James Donahue Howard is being held in the Cerro Gordo county jail pendingfurther investigation Identification by the fingerprints was made in Des Moines five min utes after Sheriff G E Cress had taken the records to the state bu reau of identification and investi gation Deputy Sheriff R C Schiff man also sent fingerprints of How ard to the federal bureau of identi fication at Washington Officers of the Calumet State bank are on their way to Mason City in an attempt to identify Howard as the bandit The Cain met bank was robbed of 51200 Tuesday afternoon shortly after the Union Bank and Trust company Strawberry Point had been robbed of SllOOO Special Agent Is Here R W Nebergall special agent of the state bureau of identification arrived in Mason City late Wed nesday night for further question ing of Howard Frank OConnor deputy sheriff of Woodbury county and Tom Farley detective from Sioux City are also here in Mason City Investigating the case Deputy OConnor and Detective Farley are tracing the ownership of the car in which Howard was captured The registration card of the auto lias the name of M J Fronsdahl Sioux City The two of ficials were unable to state whether or not the car had been reported stolen Special Agent Nebergall Deputy OConnor and Detective Farley have investigated all phases of the visit of the three men to Hanlontown They state they believe the name and address given on the registra j tion card of the auto in which How ard was found to be fictitious Wants Howard Held Word was received at the local i sheriffs office Thursday from C J j Scarvada chief of police at Flint Mich asking local authorities to hold Ward James Donahue alias Donald W Howard wanted at Flint on charges of larceny of an automobile and armed robbery A bag of roofing nails was found in the car in which Howard was cap tured Local officers have pointed out that these are short and have large heads and are often thrown out by bandits as an effective means of stopping pursuit by automobiles Thoy Came Buck While officers have found no trace of the two men who were with Howard shortly before he was raptured several residents of Han lontown saw the pair with two others in a large red Oakland serlan AUNT NET By Robert Quillen An nccumuaiion o half pmpty medicine bottles is a groat prr blcm Its the only kind o junk you cant away as a bridge prize 10 nlunm 11 f NICER UNHURT IN GAR CRASH Automobile Collides With Another on Minneapolis Street MINNEAPOLIS Minn June 26 his automobile collided with another machine on a down town street yesterday Hanford MacNider Mason City Iowa newly appointed minister to Canada was slightly shaken but unhurt from the impact MacNider was here to at tend a directors meeting ot the Northwestern Bancorporation The other car in the accident was driven by Al Murphy of Min neapolis Miss Vera Glenn who was riding with him was injured tho not seriously Both drivers made a report of the accident lo police headquarters Howard Is Sure He Is No Robber PROTIVIN MAN MADE BISHOP TysCLATMING any knowledge of M the Calumet bank robbery and declaring he knows nothing of thu charges of larceny of an automo bile and armed robbery against Ward James Donahue whose finger prints agree with his Don Howard i 32 Centerville S Dak sits in the I county jail awaiting further inves tigation According to his story he became involved in suspicious cir cumstances but is guilty of no i charge j Howard was with two men when captured He did not know the name of one of these and the other he had only known a short time he said This was Stewart of Sioux City owner of the car Howard said he was comingto Mason City to wire for money when the auto I broke down Others Failed to Kcturn Howard states he gave the two men some money to go to Hanlon town to buy a hot shot battery and they did not return Since the car sloped at 8 oclock Wednesday j morning and the three were workI ing on it for three hours he dei Clares that he understands why res idents of Hanlontown became suspij cious When told that two and a sawed off shotgun had been found in the car Howard expressed surprise Ive goiw thru Flint Mich but never stayed there I have been picked up In Detroitseveral times on charges of intoxication and was fingerprinted IfI was wanted the officers could have had me then Cant Understand Charges 1 wasarrested in Michigan re cently in connection with rumrnn ning and released three days after ward But I dont see how the charges at Flint could have devel oped Howard states that he is not sur prised that he was picked up since officers were patrolling the roads after the Calumet and Straw berry Point robberies in this terri tory and were on the lookout for anyone who might be in any way suspicious HOUSE SUSTAINS S VETO BILL The Rev Father Louis B Kllccra of Prottvin who has hreii bishop at the Lincoln Nelir diocese y Fopn ritis Tho new bishop well Unown In Catholic circles was a relief pnstor hi Mason City many years ago at the start nf his earner LEGBEWONT HUNTER FLOOD MARKET 350 HOI Dickinson to Give Partys NewWarCry nyRADFOUH K MOBLEV Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON June resentative L J Dickinson is en gaged in preparing a speech for de livery before adjournment of con gress which he intends to be the warcry of the republican party dur ing the campaign preceding the November elections The speech will also formulate most of the issues Dickinson ex pects to stress in his campaign against Senator Daniel F Steck for the Iowa senate seat this fall From the elaborate preparations including conferences with virtually all house and administration leaders here Dickinson intends the speech to be the opening blast for the en tire party Discussod Wilh Hoover The Iowa congressman who is the standardbearer of this party in i Iowa this fall for the senatorship has discussed the speech with Presi dent Hoover He has talked it over with Representative Wood Indiana chairman of the congressional camj paign committee Representative Haugen Iowa chairman of the agri culture committee Representative Tilson Connecticut G O P floor leader and others Just how the lowan can reconcile sectional differences in thn party on various issues remains obscure as he is not willing to discuss the speech In advance of its delivery Observers here are svondering what message of hope Dickinson can bring to such as New Jersey with regard to the prohibition issue This question which threatens to split both parties into armed camps will probably not enter into the Dickinson speech at all Tariff to Figure in It On the other hand it in believed he will go after the tariff issue in vigorous faiilon encouraged by the Turn lr 1nc 10 Column 31 Grain Corporations Storage Will Be Maintained Trade Is Told WASHINGTON June 26 Chairman Legge of the farm board said today the grain trade need have no apprehension of competition from the wheat held by the grain stabili zation corporation during the com ing months when farmers will be moving the 1030 crop to market un less in the meantime prices rise to the level at which purchases were made In no event he said will this 3B2D stabilization wheat be thrown on the market to depress prices The chairman made the announce ment as a statement coming from George S Milnor president and general manager of the prnJi stabil ization corporation at Chicrgo The grain stabilization corpora lion discontinued the sale of wheat when the new crop began mowing with the exeception of a few small lota to millers who were unable to take care of their immediate needs from any other source Milnorn statement continued REFUSES TAKE REST Pontiff Desires to Carry on to Round Out Jubilee Year ROME June 26 in formed ecclesiastics in Rome and Vatican City today believed that Pope Pius XI would not allow him self a needed rest until after the public consistory July 3 The pontiff has been reliably re ported as suffering from uremic poisoning and seriously ill By carrying on until July 3 it was pointed out he would round out the ceremonies of his jubilee year ending June 30 It was believed gen nrnlly that the popes trusted ad visers would urge him to take a long rest Immediately aficr July 3 pos sibly profiting by his recently gained freedom to spend the remainder of the summer outside the Vatican Plane Must Continue Until Sunday Morning to Break Record CHICAGO June 20 T Four flying Hunter boys of Sparta III slaked nil their money on an airplane endurance flight which if it is continued will surpass the record nt fiiOl oclock next Sunday morning At a m the plane had been In the air 350 hours Walter the eldest said they had pooled their funds expecting to realize at least 5200000 if the flight was successful The smooth sailing that had marked the flight for two grueling weeks turned rough last evening when the first serious threat to the success of the leaky gaso line While the two younger Hunters John and Kenneth still in their early 20s pilot the endurance plane Walter and Albert fly the refueling ship A fifth Hunter Irene hurried from her school teaching in south ern Illinois to supervise the cuisine department She sees that the finest brothers in the world have what they want to Bat nnd that piping hot or icy cold as they de sire A sixth Hunter mother of the quintet has followed the flights progress at her farm near Sparta She will be nt Sky Harbor from Saturday on observed Irene Tom Mix Wants to Stop Payments to Married Daughter LOS ANGELES June 20 Mrs Douglas Gilmore 17 year old daughter of Tom Mix film cowboy was cited yesterday to show cause why her monthly allowance from her father should not be stopned in lew of her recent ac quisition of a husband via elope ment Since Mixs divorce in 11117 ho has paid the nllowaree Now hr thinks her husband should wupporl her The Oilmores were married in j Vuma Ariz because girls eant I marry under 18 in California vvitb I out their parents consent Move Begun Immediate1 ly for Substitute j Measure j BULLETIN WASHINGTON JUIIR 2G Wi I house after sustaining the presidents veto llii World xvar veterans bill im mediately passed the substi tute this afternoon AITASHINGTON June 2ii V The house sustained President Hoover today in vetoing the World far veterans relief bill Consideration of substitute legis lation designed to overcome Mr Hoovers objections to the original measure began immediately In his veto message the president again protested the bill sent to him was unjust both to the veterans and the taxpayers He said he wanted a square deal between not unjust discrimination between special groups Sustained In Few Minutes The lengthy veto message reached the house at p m and enough votes to assure its being sustained had been cast at The vote for upholding the president was 188 to 182 A twothirds vote would have been necessary to override Mr Hoover The republicans had gained a pledge of 15t votes to sustain the veto jumped up from their scats and shouted and cheered when the vote was announced by Speaker Longworth The majority which came as a big surprise caused a round of handshaking among the republicans New Hill IhuiiKtl House leaders estimate the sub stitute bill would call for an esti mated expenditure of for the 1031 fiscal jear The president said the bill vetoed would have cost approximately 1S1000000 The substitute would take care of all veterans whose disability is 2 per cent in amounts ranging from S12 to S10 monthly Its passage in i the house was regarded as a ccr tainty but its reception in the senate is uncertain Forest City Girl to i Assist in Zoology in Michigan University FOREST CITY June lotte Cantrall daughter of Mr and Mrs J Cantrall of lliis city was graduated from the University of Michigan June 2j 1030 with a class of 1954 students Miss Can trall has been made custodian of the zoological department of the University of Michigan and will be gin her work July 1 She is a gradu ate of the Clear Lake high school NEW DRY CHIEF a Amos Woodcock U S attorney at Bal timore Aid lias been named director of prohibition in the new bureau of the department of justice which is to be insti tuted July I lit Is to hnvo a free hand in tin prosecution of liquor cases Roy Andrews is organizing an expedition to Mongolia where he bopes tci discover the birthplace of man A petrified apple core would prove the Fla Tress Four Ocean Flyers Take Off for N Y IJULLKTIN GLOCCKSTKK Mass lime SonthiTii Crosb was to miles and till de grees off Halibut 1oint p in J S T Halibut Point is off Cape Aim and is hclim Portland Maine TTARBOR CHICAGO June That fellow Smith must be a real flyer and he prepares his flight right He paid a fine tribute to radio and that gives a pretty good idea of what happened to some of those other poor fellows You just cant get over here without bucking terrible winds We have to admit It but I guess we are pretty windy over here Old Doc Rckcner with bis aluminum hot dog is I reckon aliout the only sure fire svay to cross thai ocean either way any time Twenty thousand Flotarians walk ing the si reels of Chicago here and not a one luis been shot or rolvjuil It looks like nrjlijifencr Yours ft cr GRACE N June 2Q sky trail lo New York was resumed today by Capt Charles KtngstordSmith and his three flight companions ot rhe world girdling airplane Southern Cross The plane made a perfect takeoff at daybreak j Prevented hy blinding log and compass trouble from completing an j IrelandNew York hop ami landing here with barcJy enough petrol to I wet her tanks the veteran plane was in the air again within 2u i hours after completing a hop from Ireland It hopped off at oclock a m C S T a m Newfoundland daylight saving time I j Captain KingsfordSmith had 100 gallons of petrol and 12 gallons ot oil put into tlie tanks yesterday in preparation tor todays hop The wind was favorable An 1100 mile flight faced the Southern Cross with an esliirale of 12 to 14 Hours flying time being necessary The direct course lay over Cabot strait Cape Breton island and Nova Scotia and oy a slight deviation would include New England Captain KingstovdSmith pilot planned to land at Rrioaevcll field L I j Killer Escapes in Another Stolen Auto BULLETIN WASHINGTON Iowa Jum ili two airplanes pressed Into service police anil sheriffs ctmhed soulheastern loiva for Hie unidentified man who shot and killed Sheriff lYed Sweet and Marshal Aaron Bailey this morning No traeo of IUkiller nor th direction he hnd taken im his flight from hrie hull been learned hy authorities llils rtf tnrnooii WASHINGTON Iowa lune 2G Fred Sweet of Washington county and Niprht Mar shal Aaron Bailey were shot and killed here early today by an un identified automobile thief they had just taken Into custody The thief had been stopped by the officers as he wasdrivlnge stolen car into Washingtbn from Ottumwa1 He was tnlcen to Sheriff Sweets office and the two were question ing him when the sheriff started to search him preparatory to locking him ur ttelieved to Be Wounded The thief wrestled with the sher iff and threw him out of the way then drew a gun and shot Night Marshal Bailey killing him He then emptied his gun at the sher iff four bullets striking the body nnd the fifth passing thru the eye into the bruin Fleeing from the office the thief was met by another officer who shot at him and is believed to have wounded him In the hand He at tempted to get into the stolen au tomobile he had been driving but found it locked nnd went to the north part of the city where lie stole another car a Ford conn bearing the license number 023370 Ho Is believed to have headed eastward cm Iowa Highway No 1 prcsumnblv for Chicago AIIKoads Are Watehed The killerwas described as aboul 7 years old f feet 10 inches tall and weighing about Ififi pounds lie was wearing n light gray suit i Panama hat and had heavy bushy eyebrows Authorities in stirrnunding coun ties were notified and all mails leading from Washington were under elope watch today Sheriff Ralph N Baker of Wapello county said he believed the killer was the leader of a trio Tnrn In Oilumn n IOWA WEATHER Fair Thursday Friday in rrcasiug cloudiness followed by showers in extreme west por tion not much rliaugc in tem perature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figurj for 21hour period ending al oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday ftli Minimum in Nipjtit At 8 A M Thursday fin The temperature has boon on 1 descending scale for thu past four days Monday the high point vu fll Tuesday it was 85 Wednesday it was 83 and Thursday forenotii the indications were that it woukl scarcely touch the 80 mark Altho there was a bright sun the win was out of the northwest and ln a touch of TnCounty Supervisors Meeting Held in Garner GARVEFJ lime 20 Drainage business was disposed of al a joint meeting of supervisors from Kos suth Wright Franklin rind Han cock counties al the cnurthousn to dav
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