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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 1, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                Mi Jjsj MASON 01 UQI 21123 fciast lowaa WILY PAPER WILl UEK R for the Home l H 1 S L 0 W E H HIS Mfcy d ART DEPT Of IOVA OF S MOINES I A THK NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NOHTH 1OWANS NEIUH15OKS liTITTI MVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IQWA TUESDAY JULY 1 1930 HOME UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SEKVUJE NQ 228 Dally I to Senator Shipstead Is Critical of Pro cedure By p STEWART A S HIN G TON July 1 Uncle Sam re peatedly has re fused to take any hand in collect ing the allies war claims from Germany The Germans have begun is suing bonds to settle these claims and it is true that approx imately 000000 of them are being sold ti Americans The U S govern ment however is not guaranteeing the bonds They are being sold here with the state departments permission noth ing more A mere permission does not sound very binding does it Not very agrees Senator Hen rik Shipstead of Minnesota but our state departments utterances ever sound more than 10 per Tent as strong in the original as do later i European allies first idea of a satisfactory postwar financial adjustment was to have America attend to collecting German repara tions for all of them meantime ad vancing to them the allies their Alternatively they suggested i repj Uncle Sam cancel their in niatiness to himself and keep the 1 as collected from Ger in lieu of them History records that U S balked on this scheme Since something had to lie clone immediately the Dawes plan was fixed up Under it the Germans bu Turn to Vnsc 2 Column Owner of Revolver Used on Lingle Maj Maurice Campbell Berates Influence of Politics MEW YORK July 1 Maj Maurice Qampbell until today prohibition administrator for New York advocates the repeal of the eighteenth amendment He resigned when ordered to Bos ton to take charge of alcohol per mfts under the treasury depart ment in the reorganization of the prohibition forces which transferred enforcement to the justice department of Charges Politics Hjs declaration for repeal of the Eighteenth amendment was part of a statement published today in which he charged that his transfer to Boston resulted from refusal to grant or restore brewery whiskey and alcohol permits which politicians and certain administra tion officials in Washington feel must be restored to procure neces sary support for the republican ticket in New YJrk this fall Referring to William E Moss who has been transferred from the post of prohibition administrator at Albany N Y to take charge of al Flyers Near 500 Hours in Chicago Air Hunter Brothers Re fuel for 175th Con tact in Ozone CHICAGO July 1 the cabin of the City of Chicago as it whirred toward its twentyfirst day on the wing John and Kenneth Hunter broadcast a cheery hello to the world today and chatted with the rest of the Hunter family who watjhed and listened at the airport below It was the first time a radio broadcast had been attempted by dropping a microphone from a radioequipped contact plane Receive Littln Attention Seventyfive gallons of gasoline were transferred from the refueling ship Big Ben to the monoplane that established a new worlds rec ord for endurance Sunday morning and which now zooms in sweeping circles intent upon establishing p mark of 500 hours or even more Tlmiout the day the steady dron of the motors attested that all wa well with the ship The question at Sky Harbor air port today was Which will break men or the plane The City of Chicago has re ceived only cursory attention durinj the this mainly in greas ing the motor The usual care o struts wires and mountings ha STONE HONORS 15th PRESIDENT W Question of Acnowledge L i T ment of Society Is Raised LONDON July 1 speculation has been arousec Britain as to whether the 0 iijnment will declare the All congress an unlawfu K fanization Its working commit declared to be such yester While there was no indication a step was contemplated foi parent association the possibility ijas recognized vTn any case yesterdays develop JNt at Allahabad was regarded ai jhiuhing the way for further repres of the kind such as proclama tion and suppression of the provin cial congress committees While the governments action was thot in some Indian quarters to be inevit ableand only too long delayed it was considered elsewhere as de stroying the last hope of any Indian participation in the proposed Octo lier round table conference The latter view was strengthened ily the concurrent arrest of Pandit Molilal Nehru acting president of the AllIndia National congress who has been regarded despite his ardent nationalism as the most likely per son to heal the breach between the government and extremists and to arrange representation for the con gress at the London discussions Tivo Are Arrested ALLAHABAD July 1 dit Motilal Nehru president of the AllIndia Congress working com mittee and Dr Seyd Mahmud sec retary arrested yesterday were sentenced today to six months sim ple imprisonment each AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Amy wouldnt o hurt my fcclins by not invitin me to her party if she hadnt thot me sap enough to swallow her lyin ex cuses in New York Camp Decn aside by th Are Not Sincere Possibly officials in Washing ton think he can be more casilj swayed than myself I do not know But I now publicly admonish hiir to gather together all his strength to withstand the onslaught for I am sure he will have need for all the ability and courage he can com mand And now after four years as one of the highest field officials in pro hibition enforcement with three years of that lime as administratoi in New York I publicly declare thai certain treasury officials who have been charged with enforcement ol the national prohibition act am who are still to remain in charge of Turn td PIRR 1 Cdllnnn New York Policeman Shoots Mexican Assailant in Heart NEW YORK July 1 terred by the slaying of one of their number by a policeman during a melee yesterday Harlem commun ists were planning another demon stration today in honor of a dead Negro whom they view as a martyr to their cause Thirty Mexican and Spanish com munists were paradng to the funeral parlor in Lenox avenue where lay the body of Alfred Luro when a riot de veloped over an attempt by Patrol man Edmund OBrien to halt the procession because it lacked a pa rade permit The policeman was knocked down and beaten and his club wrested from him Regaining his feet he fired one shot at Gonzaio Gonzales a Mexican communist whom he said was the one who had taken his club and beaten him with it The shot struck Gonzales in the heart and he died in a taxicab In which OBrien was taking him to a hospital After the shooting the parading communists fled OBrien was treat ed at the hospital for severe bruises of the head arms and legs Des Moines Street Cars to Be Manned by One Person Soon DES MOTNES July T Des Joines street cars will be operated by one man instead of two starting of the refueling Wnit For Fourth On most airlines it was pointed out motors are checked for repair after every 50 hours of flying time after the 200 hour mark they an completely overhauled Other part of the planes receive the same care If all goes well aboard the City of Chicago the 500 hour mark wil be reached at a m C S T tomorrow The brothers vow how ever they will do their skyrocket ingin the sky on the Fourth of July they said last night they were not coming down until their Stinson Detroiter monoplanes gives up Southern Cross to Stop in Chicago on CrossCountry Hop NEW YORK July l ron Leader Charles KingsfordSmlth went to Roosevelt field today to in spect his ocean flying Southern Cross preparatory to an early take off tomorrow for a two day flight to Oakland Cal the terminus of a two year round the world air jour ney for him and his staunch od plane A stop will be made at Chicago whqre the plane will be brot down for refueling at the Municipal field KingsfordSmith will set up over night headquarters at the Black stone hotel Early Thursday morn inghe will take off from Chicago for Oakland TALIN IS STILL OVIETS LEADER July The announcement was made yesterday by the Des Moines Street Railway company following a postponement for six months by the city council of a vote on a pro posal icmcndment that would re quire two man care Efforts to Unseat Russian Executive Found Unavailing MOSCOW July I resu ar forces within the communist larty today were active in crusning out the last vestige of right wing ipposition Joseph Stalin and his central committee again have emerged Iti imphant and with enormously on lanced political prestige The fate if Stalins political foes today amounted to political annihilation Rykoff identified with comnmn sm for a decade and he holder of many offices Tomsky executive ouncil member and agitator extra ordinary Uglanov commissar of labor and a strong man by his own right even Bucharin one time edi tor of Pravda and left wing central conimitteeman all these have gone in the dust at Stalins feet This quartet who next to Leon Trotzky fought most vigorously against the central cnmmiUeess policies ind Stalins leadership have surren dered completely to majority ruic within the parly Associated Press Iliota Tunics Ruchannn fifteenth president of the IJnlted States is honored by this monument unveiled in Washington President Hoover insRl Is shown making rhiefridclress DEBATE ON WAR VET BILL OPENS LaFollette States President Led Plunge Into Question WASHINGTON July 1 sponsibility for embarking the na tion on a policy of pensions for World war veterans was ascribed to President Hoover today by Sen ator LaFollette republican Wis consin Opposingthe revised bill to aid those who served in the World war LaFollette told the senate it was the chief executive and not con jress who had taken a plunge on he question His address opened the debate which was expected to terminate in vote before adjournment tonight The Wisconsin senator recited be history of the various veterans relief bills including the one just vetoed and said Mr Hoover first was opposed to the pension system Yet in the closing hours of the congress he added that very plan vas brot in with administration ap roval He said it was accompanied by an ultimatum from the presi dent that you must accept the tensions plan or be in a situation where you cannot bringrejief to he veterans MINNEAPOLIS July We are good natured bunch of saps in his country When the president is wrong we charge it to inexperience When the tariff is wrong we laugh t off When congress is wrong we harge it to habit When the senate s right we declare national holi lay When the market drops aO oints we are supposed not to know ts thru manipulation When a nnks fails we let the guy go start nother one When a judge convicts a murderer thats cruelty When en orcement officers cant capture it ast enough to fill orders thats ood business Everything is cock yed So whats the use kidding our Yours PACIFISTS ARE UPHELD IN COURT Two Taking Out Naturaliza tion Refuse Fighting Clause NEW YORK July 1 claring that an applicant for citi zenship has the right to follow his conscience and religious scruples regarding the bearing of the United States court of appeals has ordered that the Rev Dr Douglas Clyde Macintosh professor of the ology at Yale divinity and Miss Marie Averil Bland be ad mitted to citizenship In its opinion the court reversed the decision of federal district court n New York and Connecticit Neither Would Promise Both Dr Macintosh and Miss Bland are of Canadian birth Dr Macintosh wan a war chaplain vith the Canadian army and later served with the Y M C A with American troops in France In his application for citizenship he de clared he could not swear to bear arms in what he might consider an unjust cause Miss Bland the daughter of an English clergyman who was a war nurse with the American army was denied citizenship in New York be cause she said that while she was willing to go to the front to nurse wounded her conscience as a Chris tian would not permit her to bear arms The opinion written by presiding Judge Martin T Manton said that the cases of Dr Macintosh und Miss Bland were not parallel to that of Rosika Schwimmer was refused citizenship because of her pacifist views The refusal in her case was upheld by the United States supreme court Was Atheist Judge Manton described Mine Schwimmer as an absolute athe ist who was found to have no sense of nationalism The opinion cited Dr Macintoshs belief that there is a rightful pce Turn In PiiRr 2 Column 41 TO CLEAR Former Capone Gangster Owned Gun Which Killed Lingle pHlCAGO July a on V information that Fraakie Foster fugitive gangster whose pistol be ieve was used by the killer of Alfred Lingle Tribune reporter was under arrest in Los Angeles with three companions Chicago authorities to day began proceedings to extradite the four accused hoodlums Supposedly under arrest with Fos ter are Frank Fisher George Davis and Marvin Hart all reputed gun men and gangsters Mrs Foster was reported to be in custody Pat Roche chief investigator for States Attorney Swanson said two Chicago detectives already in Los Angeles would question the five and handle the extradition proceedings Known in Gangland Foster alleged ally of Al Capone originally owned the gun found alongside the body of the reporter and is regarded as a key figure In the slaying The gun was sold to him by a Chicago sporting and firearms dealer Foster and hi companions were believed to hav fled Chicago after the reporterwas shot down in a loop subway three weeks ago Detectives found their trail and fol lowed them to the coast Roche said Meanwhile authorities here were confronted with anothrf apparent gangkilling of a bullet torn body on the banks of the Des Plaines river today The victim killed in the gang fashion was a man about 38 years old whose clothing had been stripped of all marks of identifica tion The man had been dead abotit 10 hours The killing was the fourth since Lingle was put on the spot GANGSTER IS FOUND Frank Foster well known Chicago gangster his been found by police for questioning in connection with the murder of Jake Lingle Chlougo news paper reporter Police sny the run used in killing Linglo be longed to Foster tho they do not believehe did the slaying He was located in California Extensive Investigation Being Made by State Officials Iowa July 1 V Ray Scott operative of the state bureau of investigation todav led a party of Washington county officials in an extensive investiga tion checking up the alibi offered by Kmmett Peacock Anamosa garage owner arrested as a suspect in the slaying of Sheriff Fred Sweet and Marshal Aaron Bailey Meanwhile county officials re fused to confirm a report that charges of murder hart been filed against Peacock sayingthat all in formation must come from the state bureau James Risden chief of thi state investigators at Des Moines said he had not been Informed that charges had been filed From Sheriff John Bodenhol Jones county however jif was learned that the warrant whiSh was served on Peacock at the time he was arrested at Anamosa yestbrdav charged him wiUi the murder off the two WashingWn officials hofer saide served the in the of Scott and WashW ton coiay officials 5 Identifies Vcucock RAPIDS July i e Lnn county jail today as a sus d that jf ol6Bfr Capture Dullard CHICAGO July 1 One of the men particularly sought in the Lingle murder case walked unsus pecting and unexpected into the arms of the law last night He is Grover Dullard They said he is a gunman a beer peddler and a Bugs Moran gangster But what they say with especial pertin ence is that he is the man who railed Jake Lingle Tribune report r on the day Lingle was slain and that he put the finger on Lingle pointed him out to the man who actually fired the murder bullet St Louis Boy Wins European Trip DETROIT July 1 Joseph Shrhardt 17 of St Louis won a rip to Europe in cash and two rophies in the annual meet of the airplane Model League of America oday The trip abroad was awarded y the American Boy a magazine or winning the senior outdoor fly ng title He kept his model plane n the air 385 seconds He also won he fuselage model flying contest the time being 124 seconds 50 in Attendance at Annual Keith Picnic GOLDFIELD July fourth annual Keith picnic was held u Pine Lake near Eldora with ahonl 0 In attendance It is held at Pir Lake on the last Friday of Juno each year Those attending from liere were Mr and Mrs D H Keith Mm Betty Keith and Mrs H C Wiser and children Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Stocks Irregular investment rails advanced 2 to S points before faltering Bonds Firm high grade rails make smnl gains Curb Irregular list reacts after early raV Foreign Irregular Spanish peseta rises 32 points Cotton Quiet and steady Suear Steady trade support Coffee Lower Brazilian markets CHICAGO Wheat small contract dr Corn Firm bullish weather farc Rfpvlv o KirnnT to higher ttnJns to Visit BRUSSELS July 1 1lThe Prince of Wales will arrive July 20 by air for a three days visit lj the king and queen at Lacken castle Delivers Radio Message to Governors in Salt Lake City WASHINGTON July 3 President Hoover says im portant results have attended the administrations effort to expand public construction as a means of I stabilizing business and that the next six months promise even greater things He made these assertions in an address of greeting to the gover nors conference at Salt Lake City spoken by radio last night from his study in the white house Congratulating and thanking the state executives for their response to his request for increased build ing he said he had been informed by the commerce department that the total of such construction for the first six months of 1030 had not been less than Maintains Consumption This figure he added exceeds even the boom year of 1329 by over Construction op erations undertaken by public utili ties he reported reached a total of more than 5200000000 We have hitherto regarded great business depressions with their in evitable train of unemployment and hardships as an inevitable fever which must run its course Mr Hoover said and in former times if public works were undertaken in iff Fred bWetC ana lurstjn Bailey at weeK Sheriff John Bodenhofer who i rested Peacock at Anamosa yester day morning said that William Bailey night watchman at Wash ington and the only person who saw the killer walk from the sheriff office after the shooting Peacock as the man who fired I shots Bodenhofer quoted the nigl Timi in Inso T Column fit Don Howard Held Here Suspected of Calumet Robbery NOHTHVVOOD July lFinger prints on n bottle of nitroglycerinc iome tools a bar of soap and a hot shot battery found beneath a cul vert near the spot where Don Howard 32 Centerville S Dak alias Ward James Donohue was arrested are being investigated at Des Moines and in the local sheriffs office It is believed that the finger prints might possibly throw some light on the robbery of the Cahimel lnrk on June 24 Donahue was ar rested near Hnnlontown sitting in a stalled car Later some firearms were found in the car and Saturday I ho burglars tools were found Donah no is wanted at Klint Mich ni charRCK of an tinned rnhhcry le is being held in MiiKon City Two Iowa Banks Fail to Open for Business DES MOINES July 1 First National bank of Williams and the Gravity bank of Gravity failed to open their doors this morning the state department of banking was notified The Williams bank had a capital ization of 5250000 and deposits of about 125000 W T Foranis was president and L E Pound cashier Capitalization of the Gravity bank which was the only bank in the town was 40OnO and its de posits about 200OnO W 13 Estle is president and G E Wollenhauph cashier Sfit IOWA WEATHER Fair Tuesday night nnd prob ably Wednesday Warmer and in northwest anil north central portions Tuesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 73 Minimum in Niglit ro Al H A M Tuesday Trace of rain June went out with n compara tively chilly day Under the in fluence of a northwest wind the mercury in the GlobeGazettes weather shelter was unable to go further up the column than 73 This was the lowest maximum recorded since June 18 And the nights min imum was the lowest since June 17 The north wind continued Tues day and the speed of ascent obser vable up to 8 oclock in the morn ing indicated a maximum of slightly less than SO for the day   

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