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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home HAKLON t K HIS MEM ART OEPT OF tOWA OES MOINES I A THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAIvES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEKiHUOKS HOME VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 3 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 230 To Our Rural Route Subscribers The GlobeGazettes Early Mail Kxtra edition giving morn ing paper service Is issued almost exclusively for tins benefit of our rural route subscribers Inas much us there will le no deliv eries on the rural routes the Fourth of July the Early fllail Extra of Friday July 4 will not be issued but instead this Thurs day Home Edition carrying the same comics and feature Is being mailed to nil subscribers usually served by Early Slail edition The Early Mall Extra of Saturday carrying nil tho news of tho Fourth of July events and sports will be delivered as usual Saturday morning China Puzzle Even Worse Than in Past By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON July 3 CPA China as a Chi nese puzzle al ways did puzzle foreign devils Now the Chi nese themselves are beginning to admit that they are puzzled by it State de partment offi cials who get their information so called from the best avail able native sources no long er can make heads nor tails out of it It is an unfair kind of puzzle As fast as diplomats work it out it changes It cppnbines the character istics of a puzzle with the character istics of a kaleidoscope s FOR example Nelson T Johnson is our minister to China and a nations minister to a foreign coun try ought to have his official resi dence at the latters capital But where is the capital ofGhlAii It was Peking up to a year or so trago when Chang Tsolin ceased to be president However irpori chasing J Chang over the northern border into This own more especial bailiwickof I Manchuria Chang was assassinated ion the way Chiang Kaishek transferred the govcrn ments headquarters to Nanking Turn to Page R Column CHINESE REBELS SUFFER DEfAT Nationalists Claim Crushing Victory in Three Day Battle SHANGHAI July 3 alist dispatches today claimed gov ernment troops overwhelmingly crushed southern rebels in a three day battle near Hengchow Honan province Fifteen thousand rebel and 5000 nationalists were reported killed The major portion of the rebels were caught between nationalists advancing both north and soutty Government dispatches asserted the battle crushed rebel assistance in Konan and would release 50000 nationalist troops for service on Honan and Shantung province fronts against the northern alliance and insurgent armies FLYERS TEST PUBLICITY Vote to Continue nforcement Body Probe USED N THREE EPISO HERE IN NS Holdup and Bullets in Car In volved THREE incidents involving gunj I ning occurred in this vicinity Wednesday night A federal agent chased bootleggers for many miles in which there was an exchange of shots two masked gunmen at tempted to hold up a stand at Clear Lake and a bullet hole was dis covered in Sheriff G E Cress car The shooting fray occurred Wed nesday afternoon when the local federal agpnt was returning from Osage where he participated in dry raids He encountered a car which he had good reason to believe had liquor and bootleggers When he drove his car beside this auto and ordered the occupants to halt the bootleggers suddenly showed a spurt of speed and ad vanced rapidly on the road The fed eral agent immediately gave chase Bootleggers Open Fire Law in Race With Outlaw to Find Zuta Law Would Question Him Concerning Lingle Affair SPRINGFIELD HI July 3 requisition for the re turn of Frank Foster alias Frank Foreman gangster from Los Angeles 10 face an indict ment charge of murdering Al fred Lingle Chicago reporter was signed hy Lieut Gov Fred Sterling this morning July 3 law V and the outlaw hunted Jack Zuta the gangster today If the Jaw found him first it meant to put some pointed ques tions to him concerning Jake Lingles murder If the outlaw found i him tlien it was unlikely i that Zuta ever would be able to answer questions for anybody i The law had keeper j and MorauAtiello gang alleyas j late as Tuesday night but let him go Since then however a brazen attempt has been made vipon his life by gangsters who dared to at tack him with guns in the heart of the brightly lighted loop attack CONGRATULATES FLYING RIVALS Then the fleeing bootleggers I him despite the fact that he war opened fire first shooting out from i given safe escort thru the heart the sides of the car The federal I of the city by a police lieutenant agent returned the fire attempting to put the fleeing car out of com mission but avoiding shooting at any part of the car which might re fnlJ injuries to the occu pants At this time the autos were being driven at a high rate of speed The Tnrn to Pnzc 2 Column Cities Quarrel Over Site of Next Flight for Endurance lyiark ST LOUIS July 3 OBrine who with Dale Jackson plans to start an endurance flight July IS in an effort to better the record ofthe Hunter brothers laid Boston Mass and Omaha Neb to outbid St Louis for the flight The American Legion of Omaha and a man who a aid ne represent ed a Boston civic organization made the offers OBrine said OBrine stated however that b ith offers would be rejected 1C St Louisans contribute to de fray expenses of the flight Seek Gangsters Ileason That attack has aroused a re newed desire on the part of author itieato talk some more with Zuta 1 Thesfbelieve he mjist Jaavc very portant information concerning llie OH WAY TOILS Coste Starts Trial FJightJ After 7 Hours in Air Is Lost Upper House Reverses Its First Stand Senate Also Accepts j Rates of House in j Veterans Bill SAY THEY WILL COME TO EARTH IT STOPS LE TITASHINGTON July 3 TV VV Continuance of the Hoover law j enforcement commissions inquiry into enforcement of all laws was as E BOURGET France Julv 3 T sured loda when lh ic ceptcd the house provision for 2aO 000 in place of its own 550000 fund limiting the inquiry to prohibition The action overturned an earlier senate vote to restrict the commis sions investigation President Hoover had warned cou tTurn in 1itRp Column Reads Trial Was Not Fair Held by Court of ihi uiee rec ord fhlng Ins ibt Louis Robin dropped u nrcitth of over the City ChieiiKO tin Hunter brothersplane which has boon adding hour upon linur to the now rccnrd near Chicago Jackson plans to try to better tho Hunters record when they onmo down Jackson is shoun tit Ilio airport with Albert Hunter left and Wiiltcr HiHitor rijrhf tiio refueling brothers Jackson formerly was a resident of Winncbago county near Thompson ST LOUIS July 3 The Unit ed States circuit court of appeals today was on record as holding that arguments by government prosecij Accident in Italy Is Caused One Half of Business District i tors not restrained in reasonable i r by Defect in Signal I Is Ruined by Huge Apparatus hours after he had taken off on a flight officially de scribed as a IDhour test of his plane The Question Mark Capt Dieudonne Coste still presumably was aloft but his whereabouts were an ever deepening mystery A great number of persons inter ested in tbe puzzle began asking themselves if the gallant flyer and bin mechanic Maurice Bellorle had not decided after reaching the French coast to continue on to America with the hope of arriving in the United on Independ ence day Costc had said his fondest wish was to alight upon American soil on the day American independence was being celebrated Mechanics pointed out that Cap tain Coste carried with him a tuucl supply sufficient for 35 hours and while only 700 gallons of gasoline were taken on last night which would not be enough for an At lantic crossing the gasoline sill remaining in the tanks oC The Question Marie after its flight from Villacpublay might added tn TOO gallons have been sufficient for the crossing Captain Costes representatives however were firm in their state ment that lie was still above the European continent They said Turn o Inirc 2 Column 3 i Serpent Jo gross that if the larger amount were not forthcoming ho would obtain the extra funds from private sources Agreement Ucuclicd Agreement on the 5250000 provis ion reached on a 37 to 22 vote made possible disposition of the sec ond deficiency bill embracing law enforcement provision the The deficiency bill immediately was returned to conference for ad justmfent of remaining secondary differences The senate todiy adopted without debate or a record vote the Norris resolution to authorize the sale o Chicagoans on 500th Hour Object to Being Called Nervous pHlCAGO Inly 3 and V Kenneth Hunter copilota of the City of Chicago which started to day on the 320th hour aloft at n m C S T threatened a half hour later to bring down the plane which has exceeded the previous nonstop record by almost 100 hours unless published reports of Kenneths desire to quit were cor rected At 11 AO a m C S T they passed their 524th hour off the earth and were 104 hours ahead of the previous record John Hunter dropped a note to tiayexpressing keen disappointment and dissatisfaction because of the partial publication of confidential messages between the brothers Yesterday the contents of a note to Walter and Albert Hunter pilots of the refueling plane were not made public but one of the brothers was po iwcr generated at Muscle Shoal quoted as saying that Kenneth the youngest brother was getting tired and wantedto land at 520 hours Todays message signed by John follows this to your selves iVcar to Jumping who the hell put that Say It is said that the middle elfish will save prohibition And it might be added that the middle class has learned to make its Transcript AUNT HET By Robert Quillen know Pa thinks I dont Sympathize enough when lies complainin but you just dont notice a clvippin faucet much when you hear it ever day TELEVISION MAY CHANGE nm News May Be Flashed on Screen in Homes Says j S U I Speaker IOWA CITY July 3 A pos sibilit3r that the American news paper may some day be flashed into every home by television was presented to the Seventh Common wealth conference today by Bruce Bliveh managing editor of the New Republic I Reviewing developments now in the stageof perfection such as the teletype which allows type to be set in 20 or 200 cities sim ultaneously while one man in New York or Chicago operates a key limits made it impossible for de fendants to receive a fair trial Judge William Kenyan who wrote the opinion also held evidence at the trial did not warrant their con victions In reviewing the conviction of Thomas H Read 00yearold pres ident of the Shenandoah First Na tional bank and his son Elbert A Read vice president the court of appealn yesterday held that gov ernment counsel at the trial used such prejudicialarguments that Uie defendants did not have a fair I Judge William Kenyou who wrote j the opinion also held the evidence to municipalities The resolution was brot up by i Senator Xorris republican Ncbras Yuo l ule e Put ha in the midst of an attack by the paper about Beans get Senator Black democrat Alabama worried and onTje administration for its attidone a 3amhttletfo hide on Shoals legislation j crawling around onthis ship night and day trying to bring the record to Chicago Then somebody put that line of slush in the paper Cant I write a dam thingto you guys without it getting in paper I only told you that he was hard to wake up and so am I This caused plenty of hell between me and him He came dam near jumping out in chute and it wouldnt take a hell of a lot to make me do tbe same Now I want this corrected or this ship may laud quick If he was thnt way anybody had dam little to do after him staying this long We want this bull stuff stopped in conference House Must Act The house will have to act before he IVorria proposal can go to the white house Because of prospects Ttini In race 2 Collim nrij rs TIC WllllL H11S UU11 Schedule Wilt Be htiective and put m right stuff SASSO Italy July J teen persons were killed today and 30 injured In a collision of a train near Milan with a freight I rain 11 miles from Bologna The accident happened at a m The accident was described u a defect in the electrical signalling apparatus The collision occmrcd in Sassq station where the freight train had halted The locomotive and several coaches of thepjissRn jer train were derailed Markets at a Glance HOLMES the business district of I CALCUTTA Bengal July 3 ITi i Calcutta shaken twice before dawn i by earthquakes resounded for hours July 3One half of ie blasts shells blown the town NEW YOIMi XEW YORK July 3 du Pont falls to years low government nis drop 17s points on syndicate disso lution Humble Oil breaks 5 points Foreign Eu board and the transmission of pic ropean documents in demand tures by wire br wireless he said I favorable wcnth these things mean oven greater I er crop nevvs concentration of power and stand trade buying here was destroyed this morning by a fire of unknown origin The total property loss is estimated at more than S30000 AHho fire companies were called from Clarion and Eagle Grove there was no water with which to combat the flames which swept thru the wooden frame store buildings with great speed The bank building a restaurant owned by Oscar Ulstad the Wam pler Hardware and Implement com pany a blacksmith shop and the Roseland garage all were burned in spite of the efforts of n huge crowd of volunteer firemen from hearoy lownq ami farms All of the oast half of tbe street was destroyed with the exception of Omission of Smith From List a radio iin Uvr houses Tho blaxc was discovered by n farmer who was passinj thru in Northern Counties July 15 by Indians to propitiate their pent goddess Bashuki It ia their belief that the goddess who holds tbe universe upon her head sometimes changes her posi tion thus causing an earthquake which is supposed to be a punish ment for the sins of the people She is especially fond of conch shell miiKic which lessens her anger After the first quake which threw residents out of their beds and broke DBS MOINES July first schedule of Iowa The trucking down telephone communication the Tha populace rushed into many blowing the failed to prevent a second quake later There were no casualties The choriugbec area of the city was hardest hit Other Bengal cen ters felt the shock rates was compiled today by tin state board of railroad commission ers effective July 15 in IS north west counties The board rendered a decision in a complaint filed by 176 truck oper ators in the name of Adam Funk of Moville Four hundred fiftynine truck operators ami others who were not named were made defend ants arc effective from the streets gimlx ejtv to Lvon Osceola Dick shells winch ardization of content than already exist in American newspapers I Blivcn said the function of news i papers had changed to the extent that people nowadays want the papers to give them facts while they manufacture their own opinions The trouble is that the press can still influence opinion by falsifying the news Public utilities were discussed this afternoon by W E Mosher director of the school of citizenship and pub lic affairs of Syracuse university Herman Trachsel professor of poli tical science at the University of South Dakota and Ernest Grucning editor of the Portland Ma Eve ning News Gruening discussing utilities prop aganda said not one person in 10000 realizes thefar reaching and universal character of the prop i carried on thrunut the na tion bv the electric utilities weak Brazilian markets CHICAGO bearish Kansas es timate and good rains in Canada favorable Iowa rc of New York Speakers Causes Stir NEW YORK July 3 ica today prepared to celebrate the nations birthday with hundreds of thousands of the cclebrators jour neying to sea shoe mountain and lake resets for a three day holiday Railways steamship lines busses private motor cars and air transi ports operating out of New York j City prepared to handle an exodus of 2000000 persons The traditional celebration of the day by the Tammany society in New York this year will include dedica tion of the Independence flagpole erected in Union Square by the SHOCKS REPORTED town 3gys SHILLOKG Assam India July 3 earthquake of great inten sity occurred here al u m to day followed by a series of shocks of moderate force at two minute in tervals Reports rcccived from several towns along the eastern Bengal rail way said that serious damage had been clone to bridges ports and forecast rain in Kansas Charles F Murphy ilemoriil corn American Poet Dies in Paris Following Illness PARIS 3 Dunning 51 American poet who long has been a resident of Piiris died today at tbe American hospi tal He had been ill for a long lime and Wednesday was operated upon Dunning was born in Detroit Mich and leaves a sister Mrs Hazel Summerhoff nnd n brother Harold both oi Naw York CiLy mittce I Omission of tbe former Governor j Alfred E Smith from the list of j speakers was the subject of consid erable comment in political circles For several years past Mr Smith has been given a prominent place on the program Gun Carrier Is Sentenced CHICAGO July 3 Mc Gurn dapper hoodlum and reputed Capone gunman was sentenced to county jail for one year and fined S300 for carrying concealed wea pons ny Judge 1C I Frnnkhouser today in criminal court This is the maximum sentence on tho charge Hurt in Auto Collision MINNEAPOLIS Julv i u I T D Jl Hoover has dme lots ofthings but Marian Woman ls badly he never trained circus animals beI fore Up to now the animals have bad him hemmed up doing ins tricka instead of them Now he is a man that is CjuicU to learn juiy thins new and the minute he fiuls out they are cowardly why he will Tab that sharp pole nnd pistol and inson Emmet Sioux OBrien Clay Palo Alto Plymouth Cherokee Buena Vista PocfUiontas Wooc bury Ida Sac Calhum Monona and Crawford counties They apply to transportation nf livestock household goods and all other freight between points with in Sioux City cis well as to other The board explained that tbe de cision is the first of its kind unilr the Iowa law It is regarded as im portant because It opens the possi bility for truckers to otitnln a uni form schedule for any district by complaining against the rates of competitors Fred P Woodruff chairman and Charles Webster nnd B Al Rich ardson board members signed the derision They prepared the rnter following a hearing at Sioux Ciiv May 2 Becomes Buslnesslllto The record breaking flight of the City of Chicago assumed the pro Tlirn tn S Column Five New Cardinals Get Their Red Hats VATICAN CITY July 3 Five new cardinals received their red hats this morning from tbe pope in a public consistory one of the most elaborate ceremonies of the Catholic church The entire curia of cardinals resident in Home and a number of visiting cardinals were present The ceremony took place in tbe hall of benedictions over the front balcony of St Peters where a throne bad been erected for tho pope stalls for the cardinals nod seats for the diplomatic body and for privileged ticket holders HARLAN Tilly 3 fTA colli sion between a heavy truck mul automobile ycsiterday resulted in probable fatal injury to Miss Cecilia Bancr 31 daughter of a Ports mouth received serious j he will have congressional lions and internal injuries and had not re gained consciousness late last night The driver of the truck owned by Rcrt Cox of the Tennant Klevntor i Londons Night Club Queen Sentenced for Sale Without License senatorial hyenas jumping thru hoops and rolling bar rels thin you ever heard of nnd more fire tbe audience wlll applaud and cat it up They will dog it if he laltes after em Roosevelt jumped eir into the Potomac with their clotfie7 on Sic em Herb Yours company wns uninjured altho bis truck turned over three times ffi 1119 UcViutbt lac Deputy Sheriff KNOXV1LLF July 3 fering from the results of n para lytic stroke which left him unable Ic talk DVy Sheriff A 1 May is in a critical condition al his home Physicians believe he will rc LONDON July 3 Kate Moyrick celebrated as Londons night club queen whose two wms in law are peers today was sen tenced In Bow street court to six j months imprisonment ami fined heavily for selling intoxicants with out a license The term will be Mrs i Meyrlcks third Many fashionably j gowned society women in court when sentence was imposed The Fortythree club owned by Mrs Meyrick was raided Monday by police The names of patrons were taken IOWA WEATHER Iarlly cloudy to cloudy proh ubly showers or thunderstorms iti rnst portion Thursday night or Friday nnd in central por tion Thursday night slightly warmer Thursday night in trcmc northeast portion warmer in central por tion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figure1 for Mhour period ending al P oclock n m Thursday Maximum Wednesday T7 Minimum In Night At 8 A M Thursday Triici of rain   

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