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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home MARLON E R HIS MEM A ART DEPT OF OFS MO IM ES t A VOL XXX VI K1VE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKV1UE Tin MiWSlAiKIt THAI MAKES ALL XOKTH HUVVNS NKIWIIHOUS MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 8 1930 HOME EDITION Uprising Not ist Bolivias Revolution Not What It Was Advertised By CHARLES 1 STEWART A S H I N G T O N July 8 CPAI Bolivias revolu tion turns out not to have been a communistic affair as origi nally advertised at all The theatened government now o v e r Ihrown simply described the rebels as reds as soon as they took the war p a I h perhaps really considered them so in line with the tend DNITED PRESS AMD INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE MenJDriving Iowa Car RoSTSouth Dakota ROCKEFELLER S 91 WAY ROGERS BEVERLY HILLS Cal July S ignorant laugh at spiritualists Decides Mooney Must Finish Term to dent Hcrnando Silcs wanted another term ns his first one drew to a close but found himself embar is about all there is Lo living is to go to SPP RAnnvtnvc they have got tU Jee IXepOUeiSj an ace in the hole at that at Board Decisions WtllUtll rassecl by the law common in Latin American countries which denies two administrations to the same man without an interval between consequently resigned in or oer to furnish the interval having previously taken the necessary steps to make his reelection appear the yjhighly probable whether desired by modert tim a majority of the voters or other wise 1 THIS hypothesis us will be seen 1 quite clearly explains the fre for the jump Shooting vour hus 1 band has got so it dont land you on the front page So they have uu LUC IIUIIL page ao they have TARRYTOWN N Y July 7 i traded their guns for parachutes John D Rockefeller was 01 years old today and are trying to jump and land ori them Its never a real aviator that But the world in general probably makes an exhibition jump They took more note of it than did the y were made tn Have llse tired genius of the Standard Oil mil es ln an emergency and not linnr i itn II lit nn n plmt I U TTT i ions who in his prime was one of i the greatest industrial giants of ics Except in slight details the routine was the same as cm hun dreds of other days since his retire ment from active business life 20 years ago Reporters Aol Admitted On his Pocantico Hills vast that he can take hig afternoon automobile ride without ever leav ing his own property or being seen oy the planned to spend Uie day doing the same thing at the same hour as on other days that stretch back and back thru years in an endless procession ot quici leisurely pleasant monotony Reporters and photographers who used tobe invited to Mr ler s birthday parties were unanie to see him They have not been ad mitted to Pocantico Hills for sev eral years now rssnes Statement j Miles away in New York j the offices of Standard Oil a state I ment from Mr Rockefeller was is j sued It read It gives me great pleasure to say that I have had more kindnesses f n i D shown me during the past year from Ot Umana banker Is evcry part of the country than ever Found Floating on If grateful I am in the best of health surj OMAHA Nebr July 8 dCar fricnds anci have body of Edward L Droste missing j 1ut ood wi toward all i L I lodays program called put on a show wilh We are all inst having any more laws but re is one we woma go Tor Yours quent references in dispatches from La Paz Arequipa Buenos Aires and other South American cities to the revolt as an uprising against a pres ident who already was out of office That radicalism could not possibly n ave had anything to do with the outbreak is easy to conjecture from circumstance that its success evidently was clue largely to the mil cooperation of the military cadets who without excep ffjiistirtfe scions of the propertied families of the very Turn lo 2 rnlnmn 11 DROSTE BODY dined to serving n life sentence for the 1816 San Francisco preparedness day bombing Until some further light is shed upon the case which I do not now possess the governor said I manifestly must accept the conclu sions of the supreme court and the advisory pardon hoard In a long statement the governor said he considered the Warren K Billings and the Mooney cases parallel and both men were inno cent or both were guiltv NOT DISCOURAGED IRFSRE British Government Gets Criticism Brot by Conservatives new Missouri vice president of the First National f day S calecl thJ bank of Omaha was found floating bestowal nf matJ bright new dime in the Missouri river yesterday near sdrvants guests and members or Dakota City Nebr The body was identified as that of Droste by E F Jepsen his brotherinlaw Droste disappeared from Omaha early Wednesday morning and was last seen in Sioux City at noon the same day j An automobile rental receipt is sued by an Omaha garage to Drostc on July 2 aided in the identificalion A slip Grace darling forgive me God bless yon Dad Grace is Uie given name of Mrs Droste Droste the night before his dis appearance had revealed in conver T ONDON July 8 threat was levelled today at the muchharrassed MacDonald govern ment in a conservative attack on its policies of free trade and elimina tion of safeguarding which the Brit ish name for protective tariff Stanley Baldwin former conser vative premier and Neville Cham berlain minister of health in his government sought from Mr Mac Donald an early date for discussion of a motion of censure of the gov ernment for its failure to provide safeguarding duties Election Is Held The motion was worded so as to wean from the govcrnnmnent some labor votes whose owners have pro i nounced more or less emphatically I in favor of the protective tariff sation with Denman Kountve also an official of the bank that he was in trouble to the extent of about Late yesterday a complaint charging him with misapplication of funds totaling 518750 was filed The car in which Droste left Omaha was found last night in a Sidoux City garage It was believed that he leaped to his death from a bridge near South Sioux City Nebr on Thursday AUNT MET By Robert QiaLlen Jim may to for hoipasf now hut once they sclllo down to same ness o matrimony i he wont never Id her forget it Turn o Iusc 2 Column 31 CRASH FINISHED j Inspector Hall to Go From Emmetsburg to Clarion KMMETSBURG July S Tln spection of the wreckage of the air I plane which crashed near here Sun I day with a loss of three lives was completed this morning by Murray Hall airplane inspector for depart ment of commerce i HnM who arrived here yeiterdav evening from Chicago left today for Sioux City to check the license of the pilot From Sioux City he will go to Clarion to investigate a sim ilnr airplane accident in which Hawks tO TYy Again In the local accident Kenneth Wilson 20 and Ernest Southworth 24 both of Sioux City and their passenger Vera Hughes ifi of fiuthven were killed Hnll refused to make public the conclusions gathered for his report It was believed that the crnah was caused by a sideslip while the plane was making a vertical bank consequence and any great number of liberals turn against the govern ment defeat of Ihe ministry and resignation would be inevitable A bye election will be held to morrow in North Norfolk where the constituency will vote to fill ihe va cancy created by elevalion to the peerage of their former member Noel Buxtou Both conservative and labor have concentrated to win the seat which was voted for labor i since 1022 A conservative victory coupled with the conservative recHp Turn Id Inef1 1 Column SAN QUENTIN PRISON Cal July 8 he was neither discouraged nor dis heartened by the state pardon t boards recommendation against his being pardoned Thomas J Mooney today prepared for the coming tight that will eventually bring freedom Both Warren Billings and my self are absolutely innocent of this and the decision of the gover nor and the supreme court does not j make us guilty said Mooney Now our friends can proceed he added to tb task of bringing about our final and ultimate vin dication The MooneyBillings case will immediately assume an inter national aspect and it will not down until both of us are free men Again I repeat fate has once more smiled upon me kindly Is feel I blghly honored in the greater ser vice to which I have been called for the establishment of the principles involved in our case SWANSON LAUDS PACT IN LONG ON TERMS CELEBRATES 91st BIRTHDAY TllOt Hurrying to Twin Cities Virginian Calls It in Best Four Armed Men Interests of United States WASHINGTON July S London John ItncItefKllor Sr relelirnting his nlnelyfirst birthday at his Iociintlcn Hills estnUnear Tarrytoivn N y went ilinm lu daily affairs jnsl lus nsunl cni about his cape With Cash and Bonds LAKE FRKSTON S Dak July S iTi Four armed men held up the Community Stato banlt here this morning slugged man into unconsciousness and caped with S12000 iu cash bonds Immediately pursued b y armed posse the robbers sped of the city in a large sedan at one es and a n nut and were believetl headed for the Twin Cities The sedan maroon in color bore nn Iowa license number liO 2287 Three men were described as dressed in business suits while the fourth was said to he wearing ovoi tills Uansack Bank The four men entered the bank and forced three employes lo lie on the floor while they ransacked the Turn to rolimm n r NT O 1 M 1 feet afte ror iNew bpeed Mark standingon broke WICHITA Kans July 8 Transcontinental speed records still th speed tests ncre yesterday C Witnesses disagreed as to wheth Hnwks announced he would 1 LllO fiTlPinO fhrt nlorirt T bold an irresistible lure for Capt Frank Hnwks of Houston Tex His new monoplane unofficially timed at 210 miles an hour in initial speed tests here yesterday Captain ATHLETICS WIN FROM YANKEES Take First Game of Double Bill by Score of 4 toO NEW YORK July K IT The Athletics drove Johnson from the mound in the first inning today ns BingMiller hit a home run on bnse and won Hie first game of a doubleheader from the Yankee to 0 Ruffing allowed the As two hits in the last eight innings while Unlberg gave Uie Yankees onlv three Scorn by inninrs R H K Philadelphia 400 000 4 i New York 000 000 S 0 and Cochrano Johnson Ruffing and Bengouh Hnrgrave Clarksville Lineman Is Injured by 25Foot Fall CLARKSVILLK 8 Frank reen who works with the loiai public service compnnv fcll frim tree to Ihe ground n distance of iboiit 2 feet after the limb he was standing on broke The limb struck dim across the back of his ueck nnd shoulders and he was severely bruised hut no bones were broken LUVERNE BOY IS NEBRASKA GIRL DROWNED IN PIT FALLS TO DEATH Walter Lau 16 Believed to CoEd Taking Ride Goes for John Wagner Succumbs From Injuries to His Hand CUFFERING from embolism Ihe I formation of a clot of blood in the blood stream John Wagner rj who was run over by a Chicago I Northwestern switch engine Satur Have Been Victim of Cramped Muscles Inly Walter Lau 10 became Luvernes first victim of drowning when he sank before his companions at the gravel pit swimming bole north of lown could reich him yesterday evening The dead boy and three or four others had been in the pool bm a few minutes when the Lau hoy vvnc seen struggling Mo sank before any of the group cnuUI reach him It tt believed tliat he was stricken by an attack of cramps The boys local ct the body in a shnrt lime and Ijrnl him In town where restoration measures proved vain He was I he son of Mr and Mrs Max Lau residents here Mr Livn is the operator of the oily ilray line Walk on Wing of Plane LINCOLN Nebr July S plunge from an airplane soaring over the municipal airport late yes terday cost the life of Aliss Alberta Brinkcrhoff 21yearold University of Nebraska cocd A few minutes before tinpilot of tho lowwinged monoplane Pete Orr had pulled tiie young woman back into the cockpit of the ship after she had stepped out on Ihe wing Me was circling the airport preparing to land the ship when thu young woman again climbed out on the wing and fell to earth day night died at a local hospital Monday afternoon He was appar ently recovering from his injuries when he suddenly died It is believed by physicians that the clot in his blood stream was in duced because of his injuries He was also suffering some from shock because of the accident Funeral services for Mr Wagner who resided at 125 street southeast will Wednesdny naval treaty was cham pioned ut the outset of senate de bate on the pact today by Senator Swanson democrat of Virginia the wartime chairman of the senate naval committee In an exhaustive 12000word ad dress Senator Swanson made a de tailed analysis of the agreement limiting the auxiliary ships of the American British and Japanese nnvics and called for its ratification as in the best interests of the United Slates The Virginian said the treaty gives America a wellbalanced fleet tor the first time establishes naval supremacy for this country in the western hemisphere saves the tax papers at least one billion dollars by checking naval competition and is promotivc of peace conducive of good will among the nations in volved and marks the beginning ot ii more complete treaty of the lim I itation oC armament i Hailed Artvorates Swansons leadership iu the treaty debate opening today was hailed by advocates of the pact The Virginia democrat Is intimately acquainted Wltti both the navalana foreign af fairs situation The best interests of the United States demand rati fication of this treaty Swanson de clared From a military nnd selfish standpoint the United Stateran afford to reject this treaty From a higher and nobler purpose tho treaty should have our approval For the United States lo reject this treaty would be for her to abandon her moral leadership in the world and declaring al the same time that she is an Imperialistic na seeking conquest nnd expan lion sion Swanson took up in detail the dominant issue over the limitation of construction of cruisers and In complaint of American navnl offi cers against the restriction upon 8 inch gun ships for the United Slates navy In Kxcess of Parity He noted that when the London TwenlvTirt opened Great Britnin be held at it iwns in CXKess of parity with the morning it TFnil0 States on all kinds of cniis b Writ Delays Removal to Illi nois of Lingle ect Suspt ht flying field Friends of Die univerity snior she liad not been despondent j and could advance no cause for her I actions Meanwhile J A Hugart j actinp rotoner expressed the ijellrt i that it was a KaKO of Josephs CMtbolic ctuirfji The Rev H J Kticger ussislant pastor f thff nllir h Iri the church will he in charge lf this treaty is ratified FJurijil will be in St Josephs cem etery Has Xo Relatives HcrK Tho body is now at the J continued build five Jipnii was in ex be the United States ran additional Rinrh gun Inqc I rtliinin 31 Attorney Turn Max or the engine of the plane was dead or idling before the accident The low altitude was said to have pre vented the pilot from straightening Ihe plane out permitting tiie right wing to hit some electric wires and pulling the plane into a straight drop of 30 feet The plane jacknifed m front of the pilot throwing the engine over him The mechanic and the passenger were thrown forward against the broken pipes of the engine Services for Miss Hughes were arranged for Wednesday afternoon Mount Vesuvius ICrunline NAPLES Italy July 8 Mount Vesuvius perennial scourge of the Neapolitan countryside Friday for New York to attempt an other eastwest flight to Los An geles He holds the eastwest rec ord of in hours 10 minuter and 28 seconds a mark he set June 1 4Q2D Democratic Nominees Chosen for November DCS MOINKS July S ocrats in four more counties have chosen candidate for state repre sentative whose names will appear on the ballot at the November election The nominees are George S Angicr of Storm Lake Vista county Rny Drake of Markets at a Glance NKW VOKK AUhison de clines 5 points and rallies G foreign and U S governments in good demand leaders recover in i iJ ivuy i me or IUCII in active and violent eruption toj land Keokuk county Harry F day bu observatory officials diJ Copeland of Dallas Center Dallas slones were nS nnd JamM P of slopes were endangered Point Clavlon county exchanges Irregular siorimg holds firm steady brnrish government report easier spot mar ket firm Rrazaltan markets CHICAGO WheatFirm storm damage Canada firm cnh markets Cattle LOS Having A July S t temporarily blocked iiis re moval to Illinois by a surprise move for a writ of habeas corpus Frank Foster indicted in Chicago for the murder of Jake Lingle newspaper reporter waited iu jail here today as his attorneys fought for his lcnse Foster a lieutenant of the George Bugs Moran gang of Chiragu sued iiit the writ yesterday ns the hour for his secret departure east drew near The writ was made re turnable today District attorneys investigators said the move woiild result only in brief rlelay and predicted Foster would be on his way to Chicago soon Extradition papers have been signed by Gov C C Young Minors Return to Work MORGANTOWN W Va July fj K Christopher superinten dent of the Rrock mine of the Con tinental Coal company at Cnsvtic where n strike began a week ngn said that 200 men returned to work here todny The miners quit be cause of a wage reduction MacNiders Returning From East r fu here and funeral arrange metils have been made by Ihe Peo ples fins and Flectric company of which lie was an employe Mr Wagner was injured at oYlcjek Saturday night on the Northwestern tracks which connect willi Ihe Milwaukee railroad for the i transferring of cars Weeds about six inches high are growing be tween these tracks which are on a curve i Kngineer Gem ge Van Note who was in chitrge of the svitrh en Rine was backing the locomotive nt the curve As the train passed over Turn Ii Incc cUinin ti and Mr to arrive etim Col Manfnrd MacNidei MacNifler were expected nt the Mason City airport nlm Tuesday afternoon by airplane from Washington They have spent th past week in the nnst in New York Boston Washington and other east ern points Colonel MacXider i making arrangements for departure next month to Canada where ho will represent the United States minister Dont Tell Me Let Me Counl It Says Bandit CHICAGO July 8 fTiTh bandit wafed into the barber shop at the Bismarck hotel last night and said to the shop manager Dont tell me how much money youve got lust give il tn me ntv when I get home Ill count it nnd surprise myHlf The surprise coL the barber shuj BE QUESTIONED Reporter Ready to Talk of Racketeering Chicago Newspapermen ST LOUIS July 8 rhThe St Louis Star advised Stales Attorney John A Swanson of Chicago in a letter today Unit Harry T Brun dige slaff reporter is willing to jft before a Cook county grrvml jury in connection with any inves tigation to be made of racketeering Chicago newspapermen The letter was in reply lo a reI quest from Swanson Ibat Brundige appear in Chicago for a conference with him concerning the reporters recent stories on racketeering The Slir told Svanson it believed a conference was unnecessary but that Mrundigc would give the grand I jury information be possesses IOWA WEATHER Inrtly cloudy Tuesday night ami Vdmsday not much change in trmprratnro I LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazelle weather figures for 21 hour period ending al 8 oclock i Tuesday morning Maximum Monday 8 Minimum in Night lili At H A M Tuesday if Kiiinfnll r2 nf iin Inch July rain total was raised lo more than 2 inches ly the down pour of early Tuesday morning Bc tivecn ami I oclock there was a brief cessation and then the clouris opened again wilh an additional 21 f nn inch This Is not included in the r2 of an inch recorded al ve The warm sunshine between is contributing to one of the niosl rapid growths of vegetation within tho memories of okltimcrs here The GlobeGazettes farm editor just home from a trip to Cedar Rapids reports that corn in Cerro Gordo and Floyd county is taller and healthier looking than in any county he traversed in central Iowa   

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