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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                HIS MEM 4 ART DEPT OF IOWA OF S MOINE8 I A North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home Ji 1 VOL XXXVI tMVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKVUJfei NEXVSIAPEK THAT MAKKS ALL NOKTH 1OWVNS HOME ll V Id MASONjCraTfJOWA MONDAY JULY 7 1930 UNITED NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE O 233 Reds Make Front Page New Senator Thinks Radicals Get All Publicity tbl By CHARLES P STEWAKT A S HI NGTON July 7 CPAI Radical states men get nearly all the publicity j according to Seni ator Daniel O I Hastings of Delaj ware The sena tor who readily agrees that he belongs in the conservative cat egory mentioned this in a recent informal after dinner speech and lias been getting scores of col umns of pub licity on the strength of it ever since He has a large scrapbookful of clippings already quoting his utter ance commenting on it and analyz ing it the first time he says that he ever attracted so much atten tion in his life A jolly humorous little man from Wilmington he admits that he has to laugh at the fashion in which the newspapers turned the tables on him nevertheless he still insists that in doing so theyivally are proving that he was right e Creator of S End Comes Peacefully to 71 Year Old Exponent of Occult JJ Goodyear Is Thot to Be Race Winner HOUSTON Texas July 7 The balloon Goodyear Zeppelin piloted by R J Blair landed at Greensburg Ky yesterday eve ning said a telegram received to day The balloon according to un official computations covered the greatest distance of any of the en tries in the national elimination race Blair unquestionably covered the most distance approximately 850 miles said Capt Fred S Wilbur secretary of the committee which sponsored the race DEATH ENDS FLYING CAREER T ONDON July 7 Arthur Conan Doyle 71 creator of Sherlock Holmes and widely known spiritualist died at hishome here today of heart disease With i him were Lady Doyle two sons and i was the last to i viously the 14 which started Fri a daughter The great novelist and TT SIMPLY happened by pure j f tne occult was stricken seriously accident explained the Wil allollL twn mouths become SIMPLY happened by ccident explained the mingtonian that I said something i COI1uton had different for once And k sec how i vatetl day reported themselves exponent wjdely separated sections famous it made me overnight Thats how the radicals get the being different1 account of their difference they stand out Let one man get up in a crowd and raise a howl and which side is most noticeable Turn to Iitsr J Cllumn 1J ago and more aggra altho his death today j had not been anticipated Sir Arthurs sudden death took I his family greatly by surprise Hi j had been under a physicians care during the last six or eight months i His weakened condition was thot to have been brot on by his series o lectures last October in Scandin nvia in behalf of tlic cause of spiritualism Until two days ago i i had been thot he was getting steadily better Then he contracted I a severe cold End Is Peaceful Sir Arthur died at oclock this morning His sons Dennis and Adrian Cpnan Doyle and his daugb ter Jean Con an Doyle were with theirmother at his bedside His end was peaceful a family announce ment stated Sir Arthur played many roles in his life and most of them famously He was a physician in the SOs and a sensationally brilliant novelist in John Wagner 325 Twentyfirst the 90s So notable were his con Accidents in Iowa Cause to 11 MAN IS STRUCK balli Found Lying Beside Tracks Hand Injured Forehead Hurt street southeast is reported to be tributions to popular notion that to resting easily at Mercy hospital day any detective feels flattered where he is confined for treatment I upon being called a veritable Sher5 aftcr being struck by a train on the Iock Holmes 1 this his Plane Crashes Take Three Lives and Autos Two By THE ASSOCIATED Eleven persons lost their lives in accidents Iowa over the eridAirplane crashes caused three deaths Four died from injuries received in automobile accidents two were drowned and a woman was killed when she stepped pn a high tension power wire The dead Killed in airplane acci dent Kenneth Wilson 20 Sioux Northwestern railroad Saturdav night His right hand was badly mangled in the accident and he suf fered an injury to his forehead Louis Tiom dispatcher for the Northwestern reported to police night that a man was lyi ing near the tracks and that a i Northwestern switch engine had struck him The accident ocburcd near the Milwaukee crossing Two officers went to the injured man and an ambulance was called He was taken to Mercy hospital According to police a bottle con taining a small amount of alcohol was found in his possession He is suffering considerable pain At the hospital the hand was am putated at the wrist It was also found that he had suffered other injuries including bruises on his hips and right shoulder He is 05 yearn old City Earnest Southworth 24 Sioux City and Vera Hughes 16 Ruth veti Killed in automobile accideuts i Hiimer Anderson 23 Moline III century I and James McCarty 18 Vincent literary Mrs Solomon Kipfer 28 Gilmore CHICAGO July 7 years celebration of the Fourth was a triple jointed Sat urday and Sunday and the nation paid with 220 additional lives for the extra fun she had The three day holiday altogether ost 40 lives Fireworks and toy pistols killed 20 a small percentage of the total I yet regarded as large iif view of the ROCKFORD July i restrictions against fireworks in White 13 son of Mrs M E White i most parts of America The auto died in Mason City this morning i mobile took 17R lives and 121 per af tcr an illness of only three or four sons were drowned Airplane acci days His death was caused by sleep dents beat heart attacks induced After the dawn Sir Arthur exerted powers in placing before Europe the City killed by electric shock Law rence A Jackson 26 Newton drowned Auto Overturns W M Paul 87 Thurman re ceived injuries to his head and chest and possibly internally wheu his automobile overturned near Pacific Junction as he was returning to Thurman after conferring in Omaha with an oil promoter regarding the advisability of drilling for oil near Thurman He lay beneath the car for 30 minutes before found At Dubuque fishermen dragged the Mississippi river today for the body of Robert Putnam 7 son of HOOVER IS READ SENAT Body Adjourns After Reading of Treaty Is Finished WASHINGTON July 7 yp Meeting especially to judge the London naval treaty the senate heard it advocated today in a mes sage from President Hoover This is especially necessary he wrote because of misinformation and misrepresentation which has been widespread by those in reality who are opposed to all limitation and reduction in arms The adjourned soon after the for mality of rending the treaty was over of reading the treaty was over The presidents views commanded senate attention after a vote had shown 58 members nine more than a quorum to be present Word that the senate was ready had been tak en to the white house by Senator Watson the republican leader and Walsh of Montana If we fail now Mr Hoover wrote the world will again be plunged backward from its present program toward peace Among those who heard were sen atoiswho have denpunced the treaty as unfair to the United States All of the known pact opponents ex cept Senators Shipstead farmer labor Minnesota were present Should they decide to break a quorum at any time it would almost be in their power The opposition in cludes Senators Johnson California Hale Maine Moses New Hamp shire Robinson Indiana and Oddie Nevada all republicans and Mc Kellnr democrat Tennessee Turn 1o THKP 2 Column II 404 LIVES LOST IN I CELEBRATION Additional 226 Die Because of Triple Jointed Holiday TTTI 10 Norman White 3 n HnV IJUY ing sickness The boy is survived by seven brothers and his mother He was the youngest in the family AUNT MET By Uobert Quillen Some marriaces is made in Heaven maybe but the factory that produces tliese merciful long skirts made Helens by holiday excitement lightning and other causes connected directly the holiday resulted in 78 deaths 700000 on lieiicli July 1 itself was rt day of moder ate temperatures in most sections of the country a circumstance hav ing considerable to do with holding down the number of deaths from drowning and prostration The weekend however saw a mounting mercury with a consequent increase in the lure of bathing a consequent increase in deaths by drowning and prostration In the Chicago territory yester day there was such congestion on Turn In IMjr 2 Column Ralph Putnam The child was drowned Sunday after he took a boat and attempted to trow down stream The boat later was found floating upright but the oar was missing Two Killed at Waterloo Two persons were killed and three injured in automobile accidents in and near Waterloo over the week end Forest Graves 11 was killed Sunday morning when he alighted from a hay wagon in Highway No 20 and ran before an automobile Sharpe Thompson 52 Negro diet Sunday noon ot injuries receivi when his automobile struck a tele phone pole Saturday night Three other Negroes were injured Loron Alvord 11 son of Mathala Alvord of Waterloo was killed yea Tiim to Incr 2 rolunm Markets at a Glance NEW YORK July 7 fi New York Stocks North American declines more than Gl points lo years low v investment issuei improve leaders sag 3 to 3 ster Actor Is Charged by Duncan Sister j i Foreign LOS ANGELES July 7 i ling makes further gain Lease film actor was arrested toj favorable weith day on a battery charge preferred by Vivian Duncan of the Duncan sisters stage team Appearing in Malibu before the justice of the peace John Webster Miss Duncan displayed a noticebly discolored eye nnd bruised face She i ceipti alleged Lease struck her during a Corn party nt he home of a friend j wheat Lease pleaded not guilty and was Cal tieQuiet 1 held under oOO bail I er reports poor spot demand disappointing Bra zilian markets Chicago heavy interior ve Easy sympathy with CHICAGO WHIT MAY BE VICTIM Daily News Reporter Gets Attack Threat Car Sideswiped CHICAGO July 7 H Reese crime reporter for the Chi cago Daily News asserted in a signed story dispatched to his paper today that an automobile he was driving night was side swiped and crowded from the road deliberately by another car which had followed for 10 miles Reese and two companions Kd Eraun and Allen Finlay were in Olidden Memorial hospital at De Kalb 111 with bruises and cuts Braun and Finlay suffering broken ribs as well In his dispatch Reese referred to an article published July 2 in a St Louis newspaper which sairl a reporter from the Chicago Daily News was soon to get his Man Meant Twas told by numerous persons that I was the reporter and because of previous warnings given me I thot it probable that I was meant Reese wrote But further on Thurs day July Z I received a really def inite message that I was to be tacked and beaten if not killed This tip did not cooie by anony mous letter ns do most of the threats received in newspaper of fices Nor did it emanate as do most of these threats from the usual gangland sources It suggested an attack from quite another source He had also been warned he said after the killing of Jake Ltngle Tribune reporter Guarded Day and Night Rockford Flyer Gets Into Telephone Net work TTNDISMAYED by which Saturday his Waco No JO airplane swirling to destruction thru a network of telephone wires at the American Legion community airport west of the ciljyW H Talbot Rockford oi station proprietor v Sunday an nounced his intention tocontinue flying Just a bad break the lad who began flying back in 1025 describee it But not as bad as it might eas ily have been he added We can get another plane you know In this last comment he was al luding to tiic fact that both he and his passenger Charles M Aurand Rockford garage man had escaped with their lives fro mthc crash Tal bot was uninjured except for bruises and Aurand suffered a fractured leg He was reported as resting easily at Morcy hospital Monday afternoon and it is expected he will Mothers Pay Homage to Unknown Soldier Ivirk Studio PARIS July star mothers of party 8 began their visit to France today by payinf homage to the tomb of the un known soldier Mrs Kmiueline Neutjcrl of Rich mond Hill Long Island laid the official wreath for the party upon the tomb while Mrs Alia E Ridges of Salt Lake Cily did the same for the Legion post of her oily This he explained why T have been accompanied night and day by Allen Finlay who was en gaged for that purpose by the Daily News Finlay bore a commission as special policeman and was thus li censed to carry a revolver The author of the St Louis article to which Reese referred Harry Brundige will be summoned to Chi cago to be questioned by an inquisi torial board concerning his stories of racketeering States Attorney John A Swanson announced today Swanson acted after receiving a tet ter from Col Robert R McCormick publisher of the Tribune asking that separate inquiry be made fnto Brundiges seriesof articles on Chi cago crime BEVERLY PULLS Cal July 7 over the Rockies last night with the airmail Passed over Reno at 3 a m They were sleep ing off one virtim and drcamiuij of another Lots of em Ueofi the same bouses from year to year and they come the same time every year Unless some new husband becomes stingy particularly early then they drop in sooner that year Yesterday morning had a fine visit in Des Moines with Din the great political cartoonist Ho knows and says the country is not going in the hands of the receivers decided that Coolidge going to work shows that the unemployment T3KKT KOtilK sbrmn alnive in Hie uniform and insignia of he rniversal Air Lines for which he nUolcii three motored plane from Chicago to Kansas Cily mel bis death in Iake Michigan Suniljiy while hliiziiigi new trail frmu Chicago tn Alielcinae Island Mich Alinve Mr Kogli Is shown In n stunt he performed several times il Clear fnkc and elsewhere He is shown leaving a speeding motor hont iiid mounting a plane by means of the dangling rope ladder Thi body the youth is heinq brot to Mason Citv where ivill lake place MY TO TAKE PLAGE IN GROUP PILOTS TO BE PALLBEARERS AT LAST RITES Tragedy Ends Career of Youthful Stunt Flyer DERT KOGL1C 2i son of W H L Kogle 218 Twelfth street north west youthful wizard of the nir went down lo his death in Lake Michigan Sunday while blazing a new airplane route from Chicago to Mackinac Island Mich for the Con tinental Airways Inc Six pilots will be the pallbearers nt the funeral services for Mr Kogle to be held Wednesday after noon at the Randall funeral home the father announced The services will be held at 2 oclock with the Rev A M Haggard minister of the Church of Chris in charge The pallbearers will be Archie Peterson Barrett Stanley MacPeak N O Brumgard Kick DeWild and Gus Licber Word of the tragedy reached the father at 12 oclock Sunday night by long distance telephone but de tails of the incident were nol learned until Monday morning Ti was then ascertained Pilot Kogle and hi associate Duaue L Heller were caught in a fog nnd thai in the presence of hundreds of vaca tionists on the beach at South Ha ven the plane tltveo Into llie lake drowning both men The plane sank in 20 feet or water a mile off shore The flyers tooli of from Chicago in their plane a six passenger blue Travclair aquaplane day morning A light fog hung over the lake and Pilot Kogle flew low to avoid it Just before the crash he banked the ship possibly with the inten tion of landing The plane was equipped with pontoons Into Sideslip Scarcely 100 feet above the lake surface the plane went into a sud j den sideslip nnd in an instant was in tlie water Miss Mary Ann Boettiebe r 17 i Chicago was paddling a canoe im mediately under the plane at the time it came down Looking up she saw one of the men waving to her She was uncertain whether the ges ture was in warning or a friendly salute Miss Boetticher drove her canoe up to the broken plane part of which was afloat She forced open a cabin door and tugged nt a coat sleeve just above the water The coat which Heller hud worn came free But she was unable to find either body Scores of boatmen and canoeists reached the scene but the plane could not be lifted until the South Haven coastguard arrived Applied for From the cabin the body of FCogle was recovered Hellers body evi dently had been thrown thru tne shattered lower secton of the cabin The body of Kogle was identified by Homer Barry pilot of the Trib une plane Arf Pint who flewto South Haven with a diving suit In Kogles clothing were found his pilots license and several letters One of these was an application to the department of commerce for a position HK airport inspector It that he had 2TOO hours of cx Tnni In Incr 2 fnlimm Wea Detective Will Keep Journey Will Discuss Formation of oi Foster to Chicago United States of Secret Europe ROME July 7 reply of the Italian government In the situation ii Yours picking up LOS ANGELES July 7 pressing fear gangsters would at tempt to slay his prisoner cnroute Ulomoranfium of tl F h fo n Dudley detective today a secret journey to CUi Frankie Foster indicted minister M Briaiid on an organ isation of a United States of Europe today was handed to French charges daffaires here It j declares Italy in willing to parlici airangin cago for for the slaying of Alfred Jake Linglc newspaperman Signed extradition papers for pat0 in discussions Fosters removal had been received The memorandum of reply ex but the Chicago detective said he presses the view of Italy that would keep his departure secret special principles must bn observed There are plenty of gangsters 1 as a basis for the discussions lead whr do not want Foster back in ing lo the formation of such a Chicago where he might start talk union ing Dudley said t 1110 McNiivbl Bjtalcitt 120 Ohloan Dicn on Train EOONK July 7 Lcvi Tru deau Toledo Ohio died in liia berth aboard a Chicago North western train here Sunday of hntirl j disease fie was on his way home from California The body was cvit to Toledo COnUEOTfON Thru an error the name of Merle Cockrell Britt appeared in the GlobeGazette July 2 in connection with the paying of a fine for illegal prirrcssion of liquor The name fhould have been Glenn Cockrell IOWA WEATHER Inlr to locallv unsettled Monday night and Tuesday Not much change In tempera STATISTICS weather figures for 21hour period ending at 8 i oclock Monday morning Maximum Sunday 88 Minimum in 00 At 8 A M Monday 71 Figures for like period ending at oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday Minimum tn Xighl July turned on the heat Saturday and came within a degree of the record mark thus far this summer Sunday wns 2 degrees short of the Saturday level and the humiditv was greatly reduced Monday opened clear and sultry with the S oclock temperature 1 degree i lower than on the preceding tvo I 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