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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ILY PA Edited for the Home MARLON E R MIS MEM ART DCPT OF IOWA MOINES THK NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NOKTH IOWANS JNEUiHUOHS HOME EDITION OL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 28 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 225 What of Morrow He Get Nomin ation Asks Stewart TEXAS SHERIFF ROUTS MOB yi CHAKLES P STEWART ASHINGTON June W Morrow on the republican ticket and James R Reed on the democratic are being mentioned as presidential possibilities An impossible slate for 1932 of course To begin with President Hoov ers renornination will eliminate Mr Morrow who would not sup plant the former 2 if he could and cant anyway And exSenator Reed is 10 years too old NO ONE who pays the slightest attention to politics can failed to sense that Dwight Morrow has become a G ti P presidential possibility in the last few tho not necessarily a possibility of earlier date than 1936 True hia defeat for the senate In November would immediately snuff him out But republicans are con fident Morrow will win easily Let him win senator ally by a landslide and it is difficult to think of a likelier presidential lightning conductor awhile later aa previously remarked not necessar ily as soon aa 1932 Mr Hoover has 1932 Well unless various things OUFFOSE we turn now from kJ Dwight Morrows prospects to Aunty Democracys As to this year Aunty likes her prospects Despite indications that New Jer sey will go republican the demo cratic managers expect big gains Turn 1o Page 8 Column City of Chicago Nearing Endurance Record DIES IN EAST Mining Magnate Had Been Invalid for Last Four Years YONKERS N Y June 28 Pi Col William Boyce Thompson 61 mining magnate and philanthropist died at his home here last night of pneumonia He had been an invalid for the last four years after a stroke ot paralysis A week ago he contracted pneumonia His wife Gertrude Hlckman Thompson and his daugh ter Mrs Margaret Thompson Schulze were with him at the end His brother J Edward Thompson was enroute from Phoenix Ariz His mining interests included cop per in Montana diamonds in Africa and sulphur in Texas He also was connected with banking serving as a director of the federal reserve bank of New York from its organ isation in 1914 until 1319 and oper ated in Wall streeu Flower culture was his hobby He was born in Virginia City Mont where his father was a pio neer in the mining business owner of properties which later became part of the holdings of the Ana fpnda company Switchman Drops Dead FORT MADISON June 27 P Levt Haden 69 switchman for the Santa Fe for more than 40 years dropped dead while at work in the local yards yesterday afternoon Death was duu to heait disease RACE RACKET IS LINKED WITH LINGLE MURDER Jakes Job Was to Keep Track Opera tion Fixed nHICAGO June 23 little L electric rabbit of the dog tracks flashed today across the trail of Jake Lingles trail already tracked with the prints of gamblers gangsters and graft The dog tracks backed by the A Capone bankroll were suggested by investigators as affording a possible motive for the murder of the Trib une police reporter June 9 To Keep Track Open Capone presumed to have been friendly toward Lingle has long been understood to have a heavy in vestment in dog tracks in the Chi cago area The theory now under consideration is that Lingles job was to see that the dogs kept run ning without interference of the law The courts however subsequent ly decided dog racing is against Il linois law With the tracks closed Lingles value to the Capone in terests ended Gangland often has demonstrated Its readiness to kill a man when he no longer is able to deliver the fix Thus the authorities today had two possible motives for the Lingte murder one tracing to the Capone mob the other to the AielloMor an gang Capone foes Extortion Theory The latter group according to the theory sought Lingles life because of the reporters reputed attempts to obtain large sums from iloiati backed gambling houses under threat of sending the police against them if the money were not paid By killing Lingle said the investi gators the north side gang hoped also to injure Lingles close friend the then police commissioner Wil liam Russell It was for this reason the authorities suggested that the killers picked the Illinois Central subway at Michigan avenue and Randolph street as the place of as sassination Such a spectacular slay ing they reasoned would lead to a public indignation that would force Russells resignation from commissionership WHERE TWO MET DEATH 2 North Iowas Celebrations Are Planned STAY UP UNHL 4 A M SUNDAY HELD AS SUSPECT Programs Arranged in Cities for July 4 Crowds The Rulck coupo occupied liv Mrs Harriet McGivcrn and O B Monohnn Molnea who were killed instantly when they were struck by a fust train on the Illinois Central at Alden was damaged beyond repair The car was thrown 50 feet from the crossing by the forcn of the train The body of Mrs McGlvom was badly mutilated in the crash Mr Monohan was known in Mason City thru his busi ness dealings for the IS I du Pont dp Nemours company PLAN BOYCOTT Crime Commission to Go On in Spite of Seriate CHICAGO June 28 Chicago crime commission added a new chapter todiy to its Whos Turn ii IORC 8 Column AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I was so mortified when I noticed Id walked into prayer meotin without spittin my gum out but I swallov eil it before any body noticed IS DICKINSON HOLDING BAG House Rules Committee Head Sees No Chance of Probe By RADFORD E MOBLEV Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON June Whether Representative Will Wood Indiana put him up to it or noi Representative L J Dickinson ap peared today to have been left hold ing the bag with his resolution to investigate alleged New York stock I exchange manipulations Representative Snell New York chairman of the house rules commit tee indicated positively that there was no likelihoood of an investiga tion being made and that the reso lution would not be brot before the t house So far as I am concerned there i isnt the slightest idea in the world i of investigating Wall street and it we did what would we do about i it ho asked Doomed to Die Since the resolution could only be brot up under a special rule giv en by Snells committee the Dick inson resolution is designed to slum ber In obscurity Washington observers were at a loss to understand both Dickinsons resolution and the statement by Wood which preceded it Woods blast issued thru the republican na tional committee charged depres sion in stocks was due to efforts of democrats to make capital out of the tariff bill The market had Turn In Tnffc ft Column 7 President Says Will Obtain Pri vate Funds WASHINGTON June 28 With or without the assistance of governmental funds the Hoover Law Enforcement commission in tends to carry outitsfull inquiry into the enforcement of all federil statutes After the senate had voted to re strict the activities of the group to a study of the prohibition laws President Hoover asked the com mission to proceed with its general program and obtained Its consent This the president announced late yesterday saying he would be able to procure from private sources the necessary to carry this work forward to its completion Interviews members The action ot the senate came on an amendment to the second de ficiency bill to appropriate for the upkeep of the commission This sum which had been request ed by the president was reduced to with the added proviso that it he used only for the prohibition Inquiry Informed of the senates vote Mr Hoover called several members of the commission into conference They were Chairman Dean Roscoe Pound Henry W An derson Monte L Lemann and Miss Ada Comstock Then in a statement issued in reply to questions put at his semi weekly conference with the press ilr Hoover said it was essential thai the commissions full program bn carried thru to completion and that this would be done Cites Prison Incrnasr As a matter of fact the pres ident said the enforcement of any nne criminal law necessarily In volves the machinery by which all criminal laws are enforced and the country is concerned over the cause Increasing crime in general Nothing Indicates the situation better than the fact that in the last two years there was an Increase of FLYERS LEAVE ON WEDNESDAY NonStop Flight Across Country to Frisco Is Planned BULLETIN MELBOURNE Australia June 38 Lender Charles KingsfordSmith talk ing over the wireless telephone from New York to his fiancee Miss Mary Powell said ho In tended to leave England at the end of July on a solo flight to Australia in an attempt to beat Bert Hinklers record Ho said he would malic theflight in a light plane NEW YORK June 28 Squadron Leader Charles Kings tordSmith and his transAtlantic flight crew plan to take off Wed nesday for San Francisco on a non stop flight which will complete cir cumnavigation of the globe for the famous monoplane Southern Cross and her commander KingsfordSmlth took off from Oakland Cal two years ago on a flight across the Pacific to Aus tralia by way of Hawaii Later he flew from Australia to England and lost Thursday completed a east towest flight across the Atlantic from Ireland to New York with a stop for fuel at Harbor Grace New foundland After an official welcome to the city from Mayor Walker at city hall and n conversation with his fiancee Miss Mary Powell in Melbourne Australia over the radiotelephone ha went to Scbenectady N Y last night to talk to his parents in Syd ney Australia over a short wave radio at the General Electric plant IULY 4 celebrations will be numer out in North Iowa In addition j to the ordinary celebrations a few towns are developing the program with the idea of making the event a special homecoming time for former residents of the communities Residents of Dows have arranged a twoday celebration celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the town July 3 has been designated by those in charge as homecoming day and a scries of concerts lodge church and fam ily reunions are scheduled On July i a program of sports a parade and an address delivered by Francis Heald Cedar Rapids will beguile the day Ilyinouth to Cclcfonito Parkersburg has arranged an auspicious program ranging from an address by W T Evans Water loo thru a series oi concerts street sports side show attractions and ball games to a street dance in the evening Among the entertainers at this celebration will be the Rusty Hinge quartet Mason City The lo cal singers will present their wares in two concerts the first at oclock in the afternoon and the second at oclock in the eve ning IWill Rogers Goes Aloft R Column fit DR ULUHUNT PETERS IS DEAD TWO BROTHERS DIE IN WELL One Had Gone to Rescue ol Noted Physician Dietician j Other Overcome Succumbs While on Lon by Gas Where to Celebrate July 1 celebrations arc being held In thn following North Lowa and southern Minnesota com munities Clear Lake Union De corali Splllvllle Alfrona Forest City Parkersburg Charles City Lawler Dows Intcrlakcn Jark Fairmont Minn Working under the auspices of the American Legion the community of Plymouth Is arranging for an all day celebration also more or less designed along homecoming lines Those In charge are expecting a large attendance by former resi dents of the commvinlty Local Man to Box The St James Catholic parish will stage its annual July celebra tion at Forest City with an allday Tim to PnKf R Column don Visit LONDON June Lulu Hunt Peters 28 iP eminent Mrf physi cian and dietitian of New York and Los Angeles is dead in London of lobar pneumonia Dr Peters who came to Lon don recently with a delegation of about 300 American physicians tc attend meetings of the Royal Sani tary Institute died last night in n nursing home She had been taken ill with neur algia og board the steamship Adri atic while enroute to Europe and her condition after arriving in Lon don rapidly grew serious Tt was announced that her secre tary Mrs Ray Blum was sailing today from New York on the Maur etania to make arrangements for the burial of Dr Peters HECKER 111 June 28 Henry Cambach 32 and Williarcl Carnbach 27 brothers died yester day when they were overcome by a heavy gas in a deep well one in an attempt to rescue the other The ill fated project began yes terday afternoon when the two pumped the well almost dry of water contaminated with gasoline from a nearby tank In order to clean the well Henry had descended to its bottom Within a few moments Willlard who was standing nearby heard a faint cry for help He dashed down the ladder to his brothers aid but was soon over come Both were dead when Henry Emery was lowered into the well to aid them Emery lost consciousness in less than a minute but he was revived and pulled to the surface BOLIVIA REVOLT BELIEVED OVER Revolutionary Leaders Are in Control of Govern ment AREQUIPA Peru June 28 Revolting troops staging a brilliant military action on the heights above the city of La Pax were be lieved here today to have ended the Bolivian insurgent movement in virtual victory Information from La Paz by xviy of Hunqui Bolivian fort on the banks of Lake Tilicaca said that Dr Hernando Siles presidentre signed against whom the revolt was directed has taken retugu in the quarters of the papal nuncio While there has been no direct communication with La Paz since p m yesterday it was be lieved hero that the military di rectorate appointed by the revolt ing chiefs at Oruro would take charge of the government and that actual fighting probably IF ended Q CHICAGO June 28 long minutes picked away at the frayed nerves of two resolute young flyers today Less than 18 hours separated tbe j Hunter boys of Sparta 111 from a spartan triumph over the frailties i of man and machine For 17 days John and Kenneth Hunter have piloted their mono plane the City of Chicago against time pitting their family fortune against their ability to keep the ship in the air until dawn to morrow when a new worlds en durance record will be theirs Only Few Hours Away Down on the ground their brothers and sister Waller Albert and Irene listened intently to the steady drone as the flyers sailed their monotonous course above Sky harbor Today with victory part of a day nnd night ahead it had become a match between man and motor And a toothache might hasten the land ing Red eyed for want of sleep 400 oddhoursof beard on their chins hands trembling from the vigil the brothers swooped down toward the airport to drop a note Tooth aches like hell Then back to altitude around and around the course keeping near the harbor and trading the stick oftener now The four hour shifts in the pilot seat are too black coffee and the cool upper air can scarcely keep the eyelids up One GIIH Tank Empty More than once they have dozed dropped and recovered their bal more difficult now for their ship one gas tank dam aged and empty is side heavy But the motor tuned occasion ally with new oil and fresh spark plugs grinds on and on Down be low as the 420 hour record of the St Louis Robin crept nearer and nearer the anxious watchers at the harbor wondered how long the Spartan Hunters would stick it out when the record is theirs The motor sounds great said Walter of the refueling crew Its good for 700 hours more I believe the boys will last as long as the motor Lists to Left Tf all continues well aboard the StinsonDetroiter cabin monoplane the record will be equalled at C S TI tomorrow morn as the pilots watch their friends the morning Uranus and into the dawn Another hour munt be droned out however before an official rec ord is made Water Hunter who with his brother Albert made up the con tact crew said last night the Wright whirlwind motor sounds good for another 700 hours At that time the one hundred fortyninth refuel ing contact had just been success fully made with Will Rogers the humorist going aloft in the contact plane Big Ben lo cheer the flyers The endurance plane flies with n constant list to the left The gasoline XIiJ i Don Hcnviml 32 Ccntcrvillc S Dal who captured near Iliinlonloirn Wednesday is foolng held 1 tho county jail pending further Investigation of tlie robbery of Ihu Ctilumct Stulc bunk Tuesday His fin Kerprluls agreo wltli those of Ward James Donahue wanted at Flint Mich for larceny of an auto and armed robberv Hunt Killer of Pair in Des Moines DES MOINES June 28 Search Cor the slayer of Sheriff Fred Sweet nnd Marshal Aaron Bailey of Washington Inwa today shifted to Des Moines Police learned that Charles Rains driver of a milk wagon had been stopped at a m by a man who asked for two bottles of milk handed him a bill and ran Turn to Incr R olumn 21 Joe PGERS Vaudeville Figure Dies in Detroit DETROIT June 28 Joe Schcnck of the vaudeville team of Van and Schenck died suddenly from heart disease at the Book Cadillac hotel today Schenck and his partner Gus Van had opened a weeks engage ment here as part of a national tour Officials of the theater said Schenck appeared to be in good health at yesterdays perform ances CHICAGO June dont somebody print the truth about our present economic situation We spent six years oT wild buying on credit Everything under the sun whether we needed it or not md now we arc having to pay for em under Mr Hoover and we ore bowling like a pet coon Yours If 10 XrNauKbt Srfirffciu lae P would be n great world to dance in if we didnt linvu to pay the fiddler off into the darkness without await ing for change State agents and police combined in a hunt thru west Des Moines after Rains said the man resembled in some degree descriptions of the Washington slayer Unshuvon Appearance Rains said the man was tin shaven his beard being of several clays growth He said the man ac costed him in a lane lined with heavy underbrush Officials said they believed the man might have hidden at the state fairgrounds and this afternoon they concentrated in a search there Rains said the mans sudden ap pearance so startled htm that when he disappeared he did not think to watch which way he went Police who visited the scene were nrifiblc lo find any trare of the suspect In the underbrush anil weeds After daylight they started a search for the milk bottles and j then shifted their hunt to the fair grounds I Tn n clump of bushes and tall weeds detectives found the grass trampled and pressed down as If someone had lain there for some j time They planned to use bloodhounds i should the milk bottles or pieces of Tirrn to Insr 8 rolnmn V IL DUCEIS TO INCREASE ARMY i Extra Tax Levied to Provide More Funds for Defense ROME June 28 Tho council of ministers with Premier Mus solini presiding today took up na tional defense problems and issued a statement saying the action was taken because of Frances prepara tions for fortifying her Italian fron tier Tn order to raise more money for defense the ministers on the duces recommendation decided to raise the tax on exchange transactions and to work out a method of exact ing the taxes from firms affected by it In this way the statement said it will be possible to increase the bud gels of the armed forces of Italy by a half billion lire more than S2G 000000 at the beginning of the 103031 fiscal year and with the aum for yater yearn to be determined GANGS EFFORT TO STORM JAIL PROVES FAILURE VIen and Women Tried to Lynch Negro Attacker BULLETIN CONCORD N Car June 28 Negroes held in jail hero following an attack ycfi ttinlay on a 15 year old wlilto girl were spirited away from Concord today for safekeeping Sheriff H wl Caldweli declined to rovoiil wlircrp lio had tnUen tiio mon Ttio situation re mained quiet DRAUMONT Tex lime 28 W A D mob which included several wo men early today failed in an at tempt to storm the Jefferson county jail and seize Rainey Williams 39 Negro who has confessed eight at tacks on Port Arthur white women in the past 30 days Williams was brot to Beaumont from Port Arthur for safe keeping after an attempt to lynch him yes terday had been thwarted by peace officers and firemen Usp Tear Bombs Arriving from Port Arthur by motor at 1 oclock today the mob 100 strong served notice it intend ed to storm the jail Surging for ward leaders grappled with the sheriff who stood outside the build ing facing the mob Deputies stationed in windows warned the sheriffs attackers they were prepared to open fire and the men retreated Fire summoned and four policemen joined the sheriffs force Tear gas bombs were hurled Into the ranks of the mob to stem a sec ond attempt to enter the jail A heavy stream of xvater was poured on the attackers but firemen were quickly overpowered and the hose cut in bits Women Shout Encouragement The in the crowd for the most part remained in automobiles and snouted encouragement to the men Go in there men one girl shouted Go in the jail wilero are your guns Two hours after their first assault on the jail the mob admitted its ef forts futile and withdrew a rope trailing from one of the automo biles Mob Is Dispersed CONCORD N Car June 28 T company of the North Carolina national gviard called out by Gov O Max Gardner to prevent possible violence to seven Negroes held in jail here in connection with a crim inal attack on a 15yearold white girl found a mob dispersed as it tnok up its post today Sheriff H W Caldwell called the governor for aid after he had already ordered out troops lull Was Stoned The attack was made on Ruth Criswell rtt her home in the Roberta Turn ft Column M Wea IOWA WEATHER Increasing cloudiness some what warmer In portion Possibly in extreme west portion Saturuay night Sunday mostly cloudy probably showers Hlightly warmer In ex tremo southeast portion cooler in west and central portion LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for 21hour period ending at S oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 8S Minimum in Night Hfi At 8 A M Saturday Ri WEEKS FORECAST Kor the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Generally fair first part of week possibly preceded by showers on Monday showers again during the latter lalf of week Temperatures near nor mal   

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