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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HIS MtU A ART DEPT OF OWA OES MOINES IA IVOL XXXVI TUB NEWSlAPEH THAT MAKES ALL NO11TI1 IOWANS JNK1UHBOKS HOME EDITION CENTS PER COPV ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE PTTV THWA MAATrv A V TTTVTTI OA 1 non lAlx iUWA MUJSi DAY JUNE 30 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 226 Strongest Is Winner Reed Looms as Can didate for Presi dency By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON June as he is former Senator James A Reed of Mis souri really looks like a reasonable possibility for the next democratic presidential nom ination Due Lo the twoterm preced ent with Presi dent Hoover on his first four years in the white house Dwight W Mor row docs not look r5 like so much of a 1932 possibility at the head of the republican only just enough for a bare possibility to be thrilling However the point is sure to be raised that they are impossible op ponents anyway because both are wet OTRICTLY speaking are kJ either of them Reed certainly displayed a dis position to flirt with prohibition in 1928 and undoubtedly would have done it if it had showed sufficient promise of giving him an adequate majority in the Houston convention To this day wets grow about his at titude there Morrow is on record as unopposed to dry legislation in principle hav ing declared against it only on a national scale not as a statewide proposition c OTILL admit that they are wets for arguments sake As has been recognized hitherto the nomination of Jim Reed and JM Dwight Morrow on rival presiden f Vtial tickets supposing such a Tnrn to 8 Column Hunter Brothers CHICAGO PLANE S STILL ALOFT A 1 4 ntil July 4 IPLEAFFAIR DISCUSSED Editors Acknowledge New Light on Reporter CHICAGO June 30 The cago Tribune today in both its edi torial and news columns took def inite cognizance of the sinister ru mors that have attached themselves to the career of its slain reporter Alfred Jake Lingle It sets forth editorially that the first report of thestates attorneys investigators which goes into detail concerning the reporters finances would indicate that Alfred Lingle was killed because ue was using hisl Tribune position to profit as it thot j ha was Pointing out the developments re sulting from the Investigation the newspaper says Alfred Lingle now takes a differ ent character one in which he was unknown to the management of the Tribune when he was alive He is dead and cannot defend himself but many facts now revealed must be accepted as eloquent against him He was not and could not have been a great reporter His ability did not contain these possibilities He did not write stories but he could get information in police cir cles The reasonable appearance against Lingle now is that he was accepted in the world of politics and I crime for something undreamed of In his office and that he used this I in undertakings which made him money and brot him to his death Brothers in Air Drop Mysterious Note to Those Below pHICAGO June 30 City Vof Chicago sweeped low over Sky Harbor at 1 p m today and a note fluttered to earth from the two Hunter brothers who have already surpassed the worlds refueling en durance record by 32 hours Walter Hunter of the ground crew picked up the note glanced at it shouted grimly at newspapermen No statement to make and started on the run for the refueling plane As he climbed aboard the Big Ben he was hoard to say Seventyfive gallons of gas quick The motor was started and Wal ter and Albert went aloft to make contact for the 168th time Has Passed Record CHICAGO June 30 Hunter farmers who turned from the plough to the plane onward today in triumph thru the skies piling more hours on the new worlds endurance record they established early Sunday The old mark of the St Louis Robin 420 hours 21 minutes and 30 seconds was passed at oclock a m C S T yesterday Bucking time and tiredness HIR brothers hope to remain aloft at least until July 4 Huge Crowd Cheers Altho the record set by Dae Jackson and Forest OBrine last July 30 in St Louis was equalled at a minute and a half after 4 a m oclockyesterday It was neces sary to remain aloft an hour longer to be clocked officially by W P McFarland and Maj Luke Christo pher of the National Aeronautical associations contest committee The cheers of thousands burst the suburban Sunday stillness at Sky Harbor airport when the plane came thru the dawn with a new record on its wings Half of this crowd had come early and the other half stayed late Sister Cooks Meals Two score army and bombers here for the army up in the afternoon in salute formation More than 40001 automobiles honked thru the heat of the day on the field and nearby roads There are four of these Hunter boys from that part of southern Illinois named for the land of the Nile John is 27 and Ken neth 21 then Albert 33 and Wal Tum to 1 Column 31 AUNT HET By Robert Quilien The javd didnt need sweepin much but I was thinkin o takin a bath any way an thot I might as well get dirty enough to justify it Surplus Is Not Sufficient Says Mellon WASHINGTON June 30 The close of the fiscal year of 1930 at midnight tonight will find a sur plus of approximately 5200000000 in the coffers of the government and gloomy predictions prevalent for the year of 1931 At the close of business on Thurs day a total of 54151057206 had been collected and spent leaving a favorable margin of 212520000 No large payments were in sight for the closing days of the year In opposing the enactment of the John sonRank in veterans relief bill Secretary Mellon said present indi cations pointed to a deficit a year from now Appropriations for the coming year aggregate about a sum greater than the estimated government revenue California University President Resigns Post BERKELEY Ca June 30 R William Wallace Campbell noted astronomer retired today from the presidency of the Univer sity of California a position he held seven years Robert Gordon Sproul former comptroller of the univei sity succeeds Dr ampbell Legion Chief Makes Reply to Brook hart INDIANAPOLIS June ator Smith W Brookharts attack on the American Legion in opposing the confirmation of Hanford Mnc Nider as minister to Canada brot a formal answer today from O L Bodenhamer national commander of the organization The statement attributed to Senator Brookhart declared Mr Bodenhamer is one that will be resented by more than 800000 Le gionnaires who served their country honorably during the World war and who are now associated togeth er to look after their disabled com rades and to work for the best in terests of our country The unan imous approval of the presidents appointment of MacNider indicates better than words the impression made by Brookharts tirade MacIKders distinguished service during the World war is well known his record as national com mander of the American Legion is an outstanding one and he served the government with honor and dis tinction as assistant secretary of war MacNider needs no defender on his record of service to his coun try Brookharts attack on the Le gion is not unlike that made by in dividuals or organizations that have always been opposed to it and to the men who direct its activities One of the Legions largest con ventions was held at Louisville last fall and there is in file at National headquarters today letters from state and city officials ministers hotel owners and others express ing their appreciation of dld way in which the Legionfaaires conducted themselves during that convention The statement that MacNider hasmade the American Legion a partisan political organization is ri diculous ancj absolutely untrue Mac Nider has been active in politics for the past four or five years but I have not heard of a single instance where he has used the American Le gion as an organization or its influ ence to further his own political am bitions or that of the political party that he was representing The state ments reported made by Brookhart simply indicate that he let his own personal animosity and prejudice against MacNider overcome any good judgment that he may have possessed SOUTHERNTROSS CREW IN CAPITAL Hospitality of Nations Lead ers Shown to Aviators WASHINGTON June 30 flV The capital opened Its arms today in official welcome to the trans Atlantic flyers of the Southern Cross led by Charles Kingsford Smith Only once in the reception was there opportunity for public acclaim Boiling field before the crew became guests of their home gov ernments and President Hocver Sir Ronald Lindsay British am bassadorplaced his car at the dis j posal of the triumphant conquerors of the north Atlantic Buffeted about in the crowd that welcomed the flyers to New York the ambas sador planned to pay more quiet tribute to KingsfordSmith alone at noon before leading him and he other British guest radio operator John W Stannage of South Afiica to the white house Capt J Patrick Saul copilot on the flight was on the guest list of the Irish Free State 13 gat ion while Evart Van Dyke a Dutch subject was offered the hosnUality of tha Netherlands legation Dr Harvey W Wiley Dies in Washington WASHINGTON June 30 Harvey W Wiley 85 noted pure food advocate died today He had been suffering critically from heart trouble for the past two months nt his home Dr Wiley died shortly after 2 oclock a m In Killed by Lightning FAIRFIELD June 30 Arnold 27 Jefferson county farm er was killed by lightning Sunday when he and his wife shat ter under a tree while inspecting a wheat field CHICAGO FLYERS SOARING ON PAST RECORD Germans See French Move Out of Land MAYENCE Grmany June 30 French army marching out of the Rhineland today turned jack to Germany full control 01 the occupied territory The French flag was taken down at dawn from the headquarters pi the Rhineland high commission at Wiesbaden and from the French eneral military headquarters here at oclock a m The last bat alio of troops comprising 800 men left at oclock p m But until the town clock marks midnight and the churchbelis sound the liberation theoretical French occupation will continue The Ger man celebration is to start at mid night and continue until dawn All Troops Detinrt There were a half miMion troops along the Rhine after the armistice French Belgian British Italian and American but as other nations Turn to Iace 12 folcmn The Hunter boys of Snartu 111 have pusseil the refueling flight endurance record in their plane ity ot Chlcugo as they continue to soar iihove Sky Harbor airport Chicago Tolm and Kenneth are flying the endurance ship while Walter and Albert operate the refueling plain Their sistfsr Irene is do ing the cooking for the boys during the tost Loft lo riRht Walter John Irene Albert ind Kenneth In Stt shows piano beiiiff refueled in flight TWO ARE KILLED IN AUTO CRASH Son of Lakota Woman Is Driver of 111Fated Min nesota Car WELLS Minn June Christensen 19 and Dorothy Has kins IS were killed Sunday after noon when M R Eakins Forcl roadster r turned over four times near here He lost control due to a flat tire Both girls were thrown from the car Miss Christensens skull was crushed and Miss Taskins neck was broken Eakin who received minor injuries is wild with grief The party was enroute to Blue Earth to spend the afternoon when the accident happened Eakin is thfi son of Mrs Agnes Kakin of Lakn ta Iowa and is proprietor of he Quality Shoe Repair shop here He started lu business a few months ago Miss Hoskins was clerk in fic curity State bank and Miss Chris tianson was a rural school teach er and a member of the Legion auxiliary Funeral arrangements have nut been made John Peterrou picked them up and broi them to VVcllr Hammill Dickinson Campaign Funds Were Closeto Legal I e DES MOINRS Jime 30 u Congressman L 1 Dickinson and Gov John Hammill each spent al most the maximum amount of 55000 allowed by statute in their campaigns for the republican senu lorial nomination reports filed to day with the secretary of state showed Governor Hammill reported ex penditures of and esti mated receipts of Congress man Dickinson reported expendi tures of S4fl3816 and receipts of 51700 Ed Smith who sought the repub lican gubernatorial nomination re ported expenses of rind contributions of State Sen ator Otto Lange of Dubiique also a candidate for the republican nom ination for governor reported ex penditures of 5325431 Four Die in Auto Wrecks Over Sunday All Accident Victims Are Young Men 18 to 24 Years Old ISy ASSOCIATED riCESS Automobile accidents two of them collisions resulted in the death Saturday and Sunday of four iowans and injuries to more than 1 score Four young men ranging in ages from 18 to were killed at Dcn ison Dunlap WheaLland and near Oxford Junction Of those injured five were seriously hurt Twelve suffered minor injuries in mishaps in DCS Moines Four Am DiMil The dead are Leonard Lane Vail Dow Roimdy IS Woodbine Virgus Peterson 20 Wheathuxl and Raymond Slreeps 2f Mon nioutli Leonard Lane was killed and his father P M Lane was injured when their automobile collided with Mmt of Thomas Varlnmos of Man illa on a country rond near Vnrlamos received minor injuries Failed nt Corner Two were injured in the crash near Dunlap that cost the of Dow Rounciy His cousin Al Roun dy was seriously injured and County Attorney Peterson svith whose car the Roundy machine col lided Saturday night was injured internally When the car driven by Marvin Frccve skidded in a pool of water in WheatlanO Sunday afternoon Virgus Peterson was thrown out and run over Raymond StrcepH failed lo nego tiate a sharp turn in a road uciir Oxford Junction The automohilc plunged into a ditch causing the death of Strecps and injuries to Wayne Gibson of Maqtiokela and Elizabeth Foley and Thelma Jones of Dclmnr Was Astridci Hood O A tfaston of Fairfield was in the Jefferson County hospital to A man in Denmark says that what Adam ate was a pine cone not an apple Perhaps so we have ieen people eat falo CourierExpress Take Liquor Valued at More Than From Storage CHICAGO June 30 P Fifteen gunmen held control of a gov ernment warehouse for three hours last night and trucked away whiskies brandies and alcohol the value of which may exceed Included In the liquor stored in the twotory warehouse were 400 cases of bonded whisky shipped to Chicago from Jacksonville Fla pre sumably by agents of Al Capone and seized by federal agents The possibility that the raid on the warehouse last night was toy Cnpone gangsters seeking to re cover the seized liquor is being in vestigated Paul Perry night watchman was nlonc when four men each carry ing a large cnn appeared at tiie en trance Perry thot they were fed eral prohibition agents bringing more liquor for storage and he ad mitted them Gun barrels were poked against his side and he was bound gagged and blindfolded The gang leaders then admitted the others and the threehour job of carrying out the cacs of lifjuor to waiting trucks was begun Most Delegations Left to Oivn Judgment in Stfite Convention Fight I TNINSTRUCTKD delegations to U the slate convention which will select a republican nominee for sec retary of state were the rule at county gatherings held in North Iowa Saturday It was not a rule without exception however for Cerro Gordo county instructed for John M Hozlett and Kossuth coun ty instructed in favor of W E G Saunders Four candidates who fail ed to muster the required 35 per cent vote in the primary will seek the nomination at the Dea Moines convention In a few counties there were con tests for the filling of local offices but for the most part the lively scrap over the secretary of state nomination furnished about the only point of Interest The VVinneshiek county convention went into a dead lock over the nomination of a candi date for county representative and ended by tossing into the discard the four candidates on the primary ballot including the present repre sentative and selected a dark horse IS BY RS Fingerprints of Emmett Peacock Similar to Killers A NAMOSA June 30 Peacock car salesman here whose parole from the stale peni tentiary Vpiiccl a year ago was arrested this morning ns a suspect in the slaying of Sheriff Fred Sweet and Marshal Aaron Bailey at Wash ington Iowa Peacock served a year and a half of a three year term in the peni tentiary Officers said fingerprints taken at the state penitentiary while he was serving a sentence there clieckeci with those taken on the au tomobile in which the killer mndo his escape from Washington after the slaying of the two officers last Thursday morning Is In Cctlivr Kupicls Sheriff Bodenhofer could not be located this morning and was be lieved to have taken Peacock fo Washington for possible identifica tion by William Bailey night watch man who wns the only man who saw the slayer The two officers were slain when they attempted to question a man they had arrested us an automobile tliiet at the request of Wapello coun ty officers Questioned By Official CEDAR RAPIDS June 30 Emmett Peacock of Anamoaa a pa roled convict arrested as a suspect in the slaying of Sheriff Fred Sweet andMarshal Aaron ingtan was lrot to Wifnty Jail this noqu Manchester of Linn county and two Washington officers questioned him at length but Man chester expressed the opinion jtlmt Peacock was not the slayer He said his shoulders were much broader than the description of the slayer in dicated IJallcy Is Called WASHINGTON Iowa June 30 William Bailey left shortly before noon for Cedar Rap ids where he will meet officials from Anamosa in an attempt to identify Emmott Peacock of Ana mosa as the slayer of Sheriff Freo Sweet and Marshal Aaron Bailey last Thursday HOWARD Both democrats and republicans of Howard county met at Cresco The democrats under the chairman ship of J W Conway of Elrna put the following nominees into the field F D Mead for county repre sentative E F Fisher county audi tor E L VVeaklcn Snunch treasurer and G B Lyons county attorney Resolutions of re spect Cor the late Frank R Howard Klma editor were passed Sixteen delegates were chosen for the state convention and a like number for the judicial convention headed by G E Lyons Out of a field of six for the office of sheriff in Howard Tnm lo risR 7 rnlimm 3j Senator Smoot Will Marry Utah Resident SALT LAKE CITY June 30 Reed Smoot of Ulan an nounced at his office here today that he and Mrs Alice Taylor Sheets of Salt Lake City would be married soon The date was not j made known The ceremony will be performed in the Latter Day Saints temple here Senator Smoot chairman of I he senate finance committee ar rived Saturday from Washington Rumors ot the engagement Uavo been circulating for several week j following Airs Sheets recent trip j to Washington where she wns neen with Mr Smoot cm various oc casions MINNEAPOLIS Minn June 30 The senate just sits and waits till they find nut what the president wants so they know how to vote against him Be a good joke on em if he didnt let cm know or for in stance if he had announced that he was going to let the committee go and rlkint want any more money voted for em why I hey would have voted them a mil lion dollars Thats the way Mr Coolidge used to do He would keep em guessing so long that they voted his way accidentally part of the time Yours Indiana Prohibition Officers Are Killed COLUMBUS Ohio June 30 Roy W Shafer 12 Columbus federal porhibiUon officer was killed and Joseph Wolf 27 Colum bus another federal officer was in jured seriously near Lebanon Tnd early today when a truck in which they were transporting secret rec ords of the prohibition department from Columbus to Chicago was wrecked against a telephone pole Charles R Hurlbut deputy admin istrator of the southern Ohio dis trict said he was advised Hurlhut said two trucks and six men had been sent to Chicago with the secret records of federal en forcement in Indiana which recent ly was transferred from the dis trict of which Coliimbun was the headquarters to the Illinois dis trict with headquarters in Chicago IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy niphl Tuesday fair not much chnngc in temperature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Sunduy Minimum in XlRht AL 8 A M Monday Kalnfull 11 of an tnch Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday Minimum in Night HI   

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