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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                Iowas DAILY PAPER tidited for the Home E R HIS ART DEPT OP IOWA OFS UOINES I A HI UL nvn KENTS ral op PRESS LEASED wren SUKVICE THK THAT MAKKS ALL NORTH JOWAXS NKHiHlSOKS HOME EDIT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 5 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONA NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 232 Curtis Gets Needed Rest VicePresident o n Job Continuously 15 Months By CHARLES 1 STEWART A S H I N G T O N July r Among other high function aries of the gov rernment to whom congress1 adjournment brings a period o much needed rest is Hon Charles Curtis of Kansas vice president of the UnitedStates Vice President Cmtin hai been on the job almost continuously for n o a r I y In months It has been no such uninterrupt ed grind for Speaker Longwortli at the representatives end of the Capitol building as the Kansan nan been thru at the senates end where he presides 4TH BRINGS DEATH TO 178 Race Riot Breaks Out SIX ARE DEAD HOUSE BURNED NEGRO LYNCHED Gun Battle Result of Quarrel Over Auto i Battery KIWANIS HEAD tariff bill is the piece of leg islation which has kept Vice President Curtis swinging his travel so persistently Due to their congressional branchs hardandfast rules the representatives disposed of this measure in short order then left a mere corporals guard of their num ber in Washington to maintain the semblance of a session while Hit rest of them went where ther pleased for weeks at a time Speak er Longworth was gone all last summer With scarcely anything to do an understudy was able to act for him as well as not But while the representatives j loafed the senators the regulars j versus the coalition 1 were fighting over that bill like cats and dogs y ICE PRESIDENT CURTIS takes V his position as senate umpire seriously j For one thing he likes it The duties or rather perhaps the lack got on Vice Dawes nerves He never ciled himself to the idea that Turn In ruff 1 Column SEEKING GRUDGE MOTIVE Believe Burning of Former Convict Result of Old Feud NEW YORK July H grudge harbored during three jears in prison was one theory upon svhich police sought today to solve the slaying of a man whose oil llrenched body was found blazing in the Bronx The body charred beyond recog nition was identified by a scrap o paper and police records as that of Henry Brinkman 38 years old a taxicab driver He had been killed by a bullet thru the head Tho scrap of paper bore the name of a matron at a moving picture theater where Brinkman had torn his pants At the theater police learned from the manager Brinkmans name and address His police record ivhich included six arrests and one term in Elinivn prison furnished the clew for the grudge theory and H police look ing for a man releas from prison a few days ago as the possible slav Brinkmans killing was the third in the metropolitan area attributes to gangsters this week Last Tues day Giuseppe Micello formerly an associate of Frankie Yale was shot down in East Eighteenth street Tlic next day Abe Rattick was found shot lo death near New Rochclle X Y Ala July 5 persons are dead today in race warfare which flared here late yes terday and resulted in a gun battle the lynching of a Negro and the burning of a Negro dwelling Two of those killed were white mon The others were Negroes The dead G T Boyd white A man named Marrs white Jean Robertson Negro Three unidentified Negroes A quarrel between Clarence Boyd a nephew of G T Boyd and a Negro to whom the Boyds had sold on automobile battery was credited by officers as starting the riot Kcturns With Companions After the argument the Negro left the Boyd place of business and returned later with two other Ne groes who renewed the quarrel One of the Negroes struck Clar ence Boyd on the head with a bottle and as the elder Boyd came to his nephews rescue he was shot four times in the back by one of the Ne groes All three Negroes then sought refuge in the house of John Rob ertson a NegroThe home was im mediately surrounded by a crowd of white people In an exchange of shots between Negro occupants of the house and a group of white men on the outside Marrs and Robert son were killed and two Negroes were wounded With the death of Marrs a rush was made en the Negros house and the building was set afire When the fire died down the embers were searched and the bodies of two Ne groes were found They had been burned to death Battles Continue Intermittent battles INSURGENTS TO OPPOSETREATY ULARS UNITE in Alabama FOUR CARS IN CRASH AT GARNER FEW HURT IN IOWA OVER HOLIDAY NEW HEAD SWORN IN Associated trcss Iiinto Jtitymnnd M Crossman of Nclir is the new presi dent of Klwunis International Ho was elected at Atlantic City convention r Says That Moran Gang Is Marked for Death CHICAGO July 5 abouts of Jack Zuta chief of staff of the Bugn Moran gang wno was the target of gunmen at an i attempted massacre in the loop i four days ago were still a mystery between Loday after the gang5ter failed 10 Fight of Mixed Group Is Deemed Almost Hopeless By RICHAKD L XUnVFR U7ASHINGTON July 5 W grim but determined and all but hopeless battle against the rati fication of the London naval treatv will begin on Monday in the senate At the biddingof President Hoo ver the members of that branch of congress will assemble in special session and come to grips in their last bitter dispute before adjourn ing1 for tlie summer The contest against the pact Is to be waged by a small group drawn from nearly every faction of the senate Its leaders will be Johnson of California and Moses of New Hampshire vigorous debaters both j Voting Is Aligned By a strange twist of circum stance the brunt of the battle for i ratification will be borne by a demi j ocrat Swanson of Virginia the j ranking minority member of the foreign relations and naval commit tees I He will receive the active sup port of the regular republican lead I ership and of Senator Reed rej publican Pennsylvania and Rubin j son of Arkansas the democratic leader both of whom were clelc gates to the Lond6n conference Turkey July 5 j In advance of the struggle the isj A information obtainable today in sues are clearly defined and the vot dicated that the Kurdish insurrec ing alignment fairly definite The Lion in the vicinity of Mt Ararat is one uncertain factor is how soon the growing grave question of ratification can be brot to a vole tt Photo oincionl with Die transfer of tinnational prohibition enforce ment human from llutriusurv to tindepartment of justice Amos W Woodcock wns sworn in as tinnew director Left to right R Sornhorccr appointment elirl of the justice departmentMr Woodonek Attorney Icucnil Mitchell and i Aiirnn Youngniiist ns sisfaut ixrtornev iretiernl TURKISH REBELS GROWING Kiester Man in Critical Drownings Than Condition at Forest in 29 or 28 Autos City Hospital End 81 Lives fARNER July critical con CHICAGO July F pAmeriea ditlon from a skull fracture re V pak Us inevitable price in hu ceived when a quartet of automo biles collided on No 15 about three and onehalf miles northwest of here last night Gerhard AsUu Kiester Minn is in the Irish hos pital at Forest City where he was taken shortly after the crash Nels Sfmonson Scarville who was with Mr Aske also is in the hospital receiving treatment for bruises and cuts and Mrs Anna Kelley Esthcrville in the car which crashed with the Aske vehicle Is re ceiving treatment for a fractured i ankle Persons in the other two cars were not injured and continued on their way The accident happens on the graveled highway close to man life yesterday to celebrate the one hundred fiftyfourth anniver sary of its independence Casualties numbered 178 Many other hundreds were injured Prop crty damage was unusually high and ran into many thousands ol dollars Deaths rlue directly tn fireworks totalled 12 This was the largest number of such deaths recorded in the three years the Associated Press has been keeping a nation wide check upon independence day fatalities A yenr ago there 2 Criliimn II WNGEST Balloon Race Entries ENDEDAFTER Believe Armenians Are Causing Insurrection 1 C Near Mt Ararat UnilD HD ur The automobile however tool the most In the past i three years its holiday toll has In creased steadily In 1928 it look 51 lives Last year TO Fewer There were 57 drownings yester day n decline of 14 from a year ago and of in from I92S This attributable to much cooler weather generally The fourth of July two years ago was one of trie hot clays of the year heal alonn being re i sponsihle tor 12 deaths that day 1 Yesterday however the xyator held j less attraction for the holiday minions t Deaths from fireworks were con o ItifJ IT r T ueatns trom tirevvorus were con Kansas 6u miles Landins or rlane Is as cenlrnted yesterday as in the two to previous years in the New England j Want Postponement I Sponsors of the treaty predict the j roll call will be taken after 10 days or two weeks of debate The opposi tion is hopeful it will be much longer whites and blacks but with no ishow UP in police court bloodshed continued thru ycsterI Tne attack on Zuta and three day afternoon and last night while j companions as they were under a search continued for the police escort thru the downtown gro alleged to have shot G T Boyd district was followed by rumors Posses were formed to search the thnt Zllta and other members or section around Emelle for the Moran gang had been marked slayer j for death by A Capone gunmen as This morning the body of one a reprisal for the murder of Alfred Negro alleged to have been one of Jake Lingle Tribune reporter whose the ring leaders in the race riot death disclosed an apparent alliance was found lo a tree near j with Capone here He was said to have been the Zuta and his pals had been ar Negro who hit Clarence Boyd with j rested an in the Lingle a bottle during the first argument slaying and had just obtained their Officials said he had been dead for j release on bonds when the gflnmen some time when found attacked them on North Stnto Sheriff W G Scales of Simmer street a few minutes after they had county today was leading the I left the detective bureau The no posses in search of the Negro slay er altho some officials expressed the belief that the man might have been one of the Negroes burned to death in the Robertson home FACE SENTENCE lice previously had blamed the Lingle murder on Moran gangsters on the theory they resented his use of his influence to further the aims j of Capone Then Ihe attack on i Zuta indicate Moran gangs fir were in danger of paying the pen I ally for Lingvos death It is understood that incursions into the northeastern parl of Kurd ish Turkislan have caused the gov ernment to call reserves from East ern Anatolia to join lha JOOOO rjgii lars who are combatting 15000 Dcjlali Kurds entrenched on Mt Ararat and the roving bands which The primary objective of the lat have joined them The Turkish press said today that ters strategy is to be delay Tlcy rT ThPvf0Ce thC untliithe Kurdsalwis known fall They conceded that their nnj anc fanatical Moslems mertcal strength is insufficient to reject the pact at present and they probably were stirred to action by the Turk ish governments arrest of Sheik are counting upon several pertinent Sulahotldlne 20 yeu old factors to aid them in their cffoi ts i sheik Slid nt t at postponement Important among these is the dizzy height to which the mercury climbs here Ihetc July clays Added to that the senate is in an invpai ticnl shorttempered humor anxi ious to be away for the summer and i into the coming campaigns yeu leader of the son 01 Kurdish revolt in 192fj Where they have procured their arms is a question causing much speculation Turkey officials blame Persia and today sent a note of protest to the Persian government ro I against the arming and provision They the adminislralion in of Kurdish tribes in Persia say will have great difficulty in keep Lhcsc arc the raiders now ing a quorum present and the first From Start i HOUSTON Tex July 5 PI Borne northward by light winds eight balloons competing in the nai tional elimination race crossed the Texas line into Arkansas in the j vicinity of Texarkana today i They had drifted about 270 in an air line from Houston where ir hydrogen filled bags took the ail late yesterday Seven of the entrants were unac counted for in reports received here but officials of the race expressed the belief that all were still In the air and having good fortune Indications were that the wind would carry the bags in the direc tion of Little Rock Ark At Tex arkana where the eight had passed at a m it was estimated they i were traveling about 15 miles an j hour Identification was because ot the altitude they y ere sailing After beiri carried away from Houston iu a northwestcrnlv dircc Sudden as Start Was Inauspicious previous years in the New Bingland middle Atlantic and middle western state1 These sections also had lengthy iists of injured In New York city where the sale of fire works is forbidden 275 persons were treated for burns from boot Roman candles July 5 in the lap of luxury and leisure leg fire crackers after 23 days spent in an airplane for a new worlds refueling endur Tnm m column aiice flight record those Hunter lror T boys slept the sleep of the exhaust I QjO Ponillririnn DP ed until after 11 a m today when A HulaLuu ul they arose in their exclusive suite in a loop hotel to scan the numerous offers of cash and contracts lo re ward them for the feat After bringing their second hand monoplane to earth at yes terday afternoon553 hours llj minutes in the the endurance1 flyers John nnd Kenneth first Wisconsin Is More Than Three Million MILWAUKEE July 5 The poulalion of Wisconsin is i00038S official county totals tabulated by the Associated Press revealed todny This is a II sought rest and awoke refreshed toi pcr ccnt gain ovcr 1920 popula ITiIrn lo r1Br J FOR o in Britt to I V berty AUNT HET By Robert Ciuillen 1C a woman dont think enough V me to protect my nerves an furniture by leavirT her wildeat off spring at home she wont miss much when 1 dont answer the doorbell Californians Charged With Receiving Blackmail LOS ANGELES uly f pi Morris Lavine former newspaper man and Leontine Johnson for mer Julian Petroleum company eri ploye today faced dentenccs on charges of extorting trom Charles Crawford politician The conviction which carries n maximum sentence of five years in San Quentin prison wan reached last night after a superior court jury deliberated 25 hours The state charged Lavine and Miss Johnson obtained the money under threat of revealing in a se ries of newspaper articles Craw fords alleged connection with the Julian company collapse in 1027 said to have been due lo a 000000 over issue of stock BRITT July n K Moneas slate auto inspector of Algomt picked up Nick Papos Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon for road hog ging and reckless driving Mr Papos was fined S25 and costs in Justice H H Mullins court holding out in Turkeys eastern provinces Unofficial sources hinted that the hillmen obtained arm in soviet Ai menia and said that Russian and Armenian soldiers of fortune wore heading the Kurdish bnmis In addi tion to infantry attacks ihe Turkish government has bombed with air planes the mountain lairs of the rebels in face the task of accepting their re impossible i wards along with Walter and Albert at which Hunter their brothers who served us their refueling crew Among the first offers accepted was one for a weeks appearance at a leading loop theater to be fol lowed by a two weeks1 engagement at two other it was an nounced by Harry Perkins no1 manager of the Hunter brotboi s ban r rancisco Bay who suppinntcci a L Majewsiu flight boss until the boys carm Plane Wreckage Lies PEACOCK WILL NOT BE FREED Will Be Held Until State Is Fully Satisfied BASEBALL PHILADELPHIA July 5 Ti The Boston Braves pounced on three Philadelphia National pitch ers in the first game of todays doublehcaden the Braves winning 17 to n Klein and Southern hi homers for the Phils and Berger for Boston Boston JIM iOl in i IhUadelplilii HO 580 and Spohror Klliott i Hoof Fulls 511 Injured Waterloo Ocls Lou Kates i SOUTH BEND Ind July S 1 WATERLOO July 1 The 100 persons crowded upon Waterloo city council last night j the roof of an old stable last nighl passed an ordinance providing foi j to watch the fireworks display nl lower rates on electricity which i Playground park The roof col Mayor Morgan snid will save con lapsed Glen Whitcman M was Slfirvont a vom j killed Kiftv others wore injured KAN FRANCISCO July T UV Their latest efforts to end a 13 year old sentence for the preparedness day bombings here in 1016 frowned upon by the California supreme court Thomas J Mooney and War ren K Billings said today they j c would continue their tight for Murder OUSpeCl liberty The California supreme court yes terday presented to Gov C C Young an adverse recommendation on Billings application for a par I don holding he had a fair and im partial trial Governor Young has indicated his action on Mooneys application for pardon would be guided by the courts recommenda tion in Billings case Ten were killed and 40 injured in the bombings for which Mooney and Billings were sent to prison Since their conviction they have steadfastly maintained they were victims ofperjured testimony In his petition for a pardon Billings attacked the testimony of John McDonald a waiter who he said since the trial had made an affidavit repudiating his testimony He said the testimony of Frank C Oxman Durkee Ore cattleman wns false as it had been proved he was asleep at Woodlani at the lime of the fatal explosion Billings said hc wns considering two future lines of action one habens corpus pro A LAM EDA Cal July 5 iTi Wreckage of an airplane 20 feet be low the surface of San Francisco buy today furnished the only clew as to who perished in a 1000 foot J power dive of a stolen biplane yes terday The plane owned by the Alamedn i J flying club was taken from its i hangar by an unidentified pilot when i the field crew wis welcoming the monoplane Southern Cross at the Oakland field nearby yesterday Turn To CEDAR RAPIDS July 5 OTi Emmett Peacock held as a suspect in the slaying of two Washington peace officers will not be released until the state is convinced he has no connection with the crime James Risden chief of the state bureau of investigation said today Risden conferred with Peacocks attornC3 George C Gorman yes terday and was shown affidavits the lawyer had collected from vari ous Anamosa residents who snid they saw Peacock nt Anamosa the night of June 25 iml the day fol lowing Sheriff Fred Sweet and Marshal Aaron Bailey were killed at Washington about a m June Risden returned to Des Moincs to day without revealing ihc next step to be taken in the investigation which however he wns not complete He told Gorman IIP would check up on the affidavits the at torney hart obtained OGERS down Perkins a St Louis promoter1 said the boys would not go to Spiir ta III their home town lo receivr a home town welcome until after their theater engagements Consider Talklci Contract Perkins also made known they were considering the offer of a con tract to appear in a talking movie When theboys awoke this morn ing they each found a new bed with a bill attached as the gift of a bed manufacturer Having already earned about the Hunter brothers hes itated to estimate what their new worlds endurance record would iTnrn In IIIRP 1 Cnlnnin Kings fordSmith Sheds Role of World Aviator for That of Bridegroom OAKLAND Cal July f T tion or anaisin The population increase was jG8rin Counties having the larger cities of the state showed gains and those having a largely rural population generally showed losses Milwaukee county showed the greatest gainone of 3 per cent or 177873 in population Tliis was the difference between the 338469 population of 15120 Hnd the present count of 71RM2 MINNEAPOLIS July 5We sure had a great Fourth especially after we picked up our morning papers and found that congress had journcd the night of the third That Shcrtdlnp his role as roundthcworM flyer Commander Kingsfordtfmilh became very nruch a prospective bridegroom eagerly completing ar rangements for his return lo Aus tralia and his fiancee KingsfordSmi ths career as an I gave us a cause for having n fourth But our enthusiam wns immediately I dampened for the senate are to meet again Monday So that means I that prosperity will pick up only 50 per ccnt This country has come to feel the same when congress is in session as we do when the baby gets hold of a hammer Its just a question of how much damage he can do with it before you can take it away from aerial globe circler came to an end here yesterday at p m wlien he and his flying companions ar IOWA WEATHER Mostly fnir Saturday nielli und Sunday except possihlv thunderstorms Saturday after noon and Saturday night in the Iontrul anil oast portions Slightly cooler Saturday night Jind in the rvlrome and uist central portions Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GIoheGazctto weather figures for 24hour period ending at S oclock Saturday morning Maximum Minimum in Night l U A M Saturday Precipitation Ht of an rndi North Iowas Fourth of July wasnt a5 bad aT it might havr been But the weather man eft much to be desired At some point there wari a heavy rain during the day In Mason City however there little rain during the day The skies opened at night Iho to the tune of more than throe riving from Salt Lake Cily landed quarter of an inch the Southern Cross where it look lo the air for I he world flight in j him Well in 18 months these babies MaV 1928 have left a record of devastation n ho lnrllinK wil A signal fur the Yours parting of longtime flying parl 1 ners As the wing commander ar ranged his trip home the famous old patchwork plane with its his tory of Pacific and Atlantic no UcNuitit arndiouTiu wns wheeled into a hangar to ho I sold on tin block   

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