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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 9, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home COM E R H I S MEM 4 ART OfcPT OF IOWA OFS MOINES lA J3 UO I HES I A VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY TUB THAI MAKtS AM lOHANS HOME ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SEKV1CE PTTV A A r r MAbUIN Lil Y IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 9 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICENO 235 Power With Small Effort Interviews John Q Tilson Republican House Leader CABINET BARELY SURVIVES VOTE AMENDMENT JJy CHAKLES I STEWART A S H I N G T O N 9 CPA This niche re served for my statue in future years will make I a nice back ground said Col John Q Til son of Connecti when f asked him for his pic ture for my al bum of notabili ties just before congress ad journed With which jocular remark not necessarily j jocular cither T T T r tor peniy statues are erected to j nntlSn ahnr I parfpv celebrities who deserve them less 1J1JU5n LCdUei the G O P floor leader in the house of representatives leaned comfortably in an otherwise unoc cupied cavity in the eastern face of the capitol building and our staff photographer shot him forth T ONDON July 9 PiBy a major Hy of only three votes the Mac The colonel vouchsafed the iofori Donald government today scraped niation that he was tired with the thru a division on the finance bill long session and would be glad ot which had been regarded as critical but Im blest if he bad A liberal amendment to the finance bill which had been considered might cause thc downfall of the la borite government was rejected by me the impression of exercising I 278 votes to 27D j thc smallest effort to i The MacDonald government was saved by four liberals who voted for it i CXCEPT the president the three i A majority of the liberals sup representatives of whom the ported by an exceptional number of colonel is one probably have more I conservatives voted for the liberal jto say concerning the government I amendment by which it was than any other individuals in the i posed that no income tax should be MacDonald Government Is Saved by Three Votes UNDER FIRE Saved by Votes of 4 Liberals the look of weariness of all the men who sit in the seats of the mighty in Washington Colonel Tilson gives country As a groupperhaps the justices of the U S supreme court speak E with more authority but theirs Is up among nine of them Nicholas Longworth Col Tilson and Bertrand H Snell of gthe representatives rules commit Wftee are but three so that they un placed ou profits which coukl proved to have been spent upon i modernization or improvement of plants and machinery j The question at stake was an amendment to the finance Aitnrtmril rvrst Claudius Huston chairman of the republican national committee is in danger at being forced to resign with pressure being brot from prominent re publican sources to accomplish Unit end Sir Huston is u personal friend of President Hoover hi income volving exemption from taxes on that part of affected companies profits devoted to re questionably wield more of it per equipment of factories and replen I isbment of plant machinery e it is truer Is on a legiThe amendment was David Lloyd Georges11 own a fact which politi cal observers haxc been at loss to explain since Mr Lloyd George wielding thc balance of power has par with the house of repre but the senators puil in different directions in the lower no loyal representative will i Ximit that it is lower it merely is I much more to say in govcrnncntal il Turn coinn 6I matters lharjhe would if it is nee WARNS CHURCH AGAINST RACKET Twelve Prisoners Seized by New York State Troopers OSSINING N Y July fl essary to go to he country in a new general election which inight re turn aconservative majority illion Increase Made AGED CARDINAL DEAN OF SACRED COLLEGE DEAD Vannutelli 93 Was Seriously 111 Several Days yYTICAN CITY July 3 tlVCar dinAl Vannutelli year old i dean of the sncred college died late today after several days serious ill ness i Almost until the end the aged cardinal retained consciousness talk ing to prelates at his bedside Just before he died lie received a visit from Francesco Guinta undersecre tary to prime minister on behalf of Mussolini j Vincent Cardinal Vannutelli was one oC the great figures of the sacred college in the years before his advancing age compelled him to curb his activities 1rmcipal Representative For many years he was the prin cipal diplomatic representative of the Vatican and and because of his I peculiar fitness for the role is said to have attended as representative of the pope more importantand royal and imperial ceremonies than any other member of the sacred col Icge His services to the church began with his ordination to the priesthood in 1860 For more than half a cen tury thereafter Cardinal Vanmi tellis BORAH WILLING FOES OF Bound ARE DEMANDING THAT HE RESIGN XPECTVOTEON RESOLUTION TO Senators Complain of Republican Commit tee Chairman By FKAM IS M STEIIIEXSOV i WASHINGTON July hDif ficulties in the republican na repul organization increased today j with thc foes of Claudius Huston re1 Icni cl Ahlv navigator were Crew of South Ameri can Plane Rescued By Boat DAKAR Senegal July Jean Mcrnioz noted French airman on the first west to east transAt lantic iiir mail flight between South Americaand Africa was forced to come down on the sea when well over half way across today He and his two companions Lco pold Gimme radio operator and res pcating demands for his retirement as chairman while he apparently wus just an determined to carry on principally complained cued and the pounds of afmail which they took aboard on leaving Natal Brazil yesterday were saved Discovers IoaU Merinos three hours earlier bad discovered an oil leak which appar a missions took him to many countries He became dean of the sacred college in 192 L upon the death of James Cardinal Gibbons of Vpostlc of Peace ft i valuT af CaT two sedans five trucks and 12 j The cardlnai oners were seined tociay by state troopers and Brrircllff police on the Hudson river at Scarsborough N Y a mile south of Sing Sing prison One of the prisoners Peter Pisci Scnator Borah the lie favors the ratification of lluLondon naval pact is willing that ho McKollar resolution which di niEimls tinstihmiHsion of all secret correspondence connected with the treaty for considera tion by 1ho SPnalK hi passed before he came down the oil Republican senators the young gunid agaiust Huston to Senator Watson j of Indiana the republicah lender A close friend of Huston Senator Watson indicated he was loathe to and he sent 1 a wireless mcHsago that lie was heading toward the dispatch boat Phocec one of several boats patroi hir the route in caSe of emergencv to Produce Documents on Treaty WASHINGTON JIy fpAd vv vocales of the McKellur resolu tion calling on President Hoover for the international correspondence up to negotiation nf Ihc London nnval treaty renewed their argu ments ut thc opening of the sen ate today while administration lead ers pressed for an early vote After a bare quorum of IJ sen ators answered the rnl call Sena tor Black democrat Alabama called for adoption of the resolution on the ground that it involved n rightof the senate nnd was not a question of publicity i 11 tii H1W lilt II cntly was not serious but two hours u y not sn nros inch concerned over the document I resolution as ihcy LITTLE HOPE OF HEAT RELENTIN6 Temperature Records Are Upset Heat Causes Five Deaths Alderman Says Gangmen Will Not Hesitate at Door of Church CHICAGO July 9 cpA warn ing of racketeers and rackets that do not hesitate to knock even at the door of the church has been pre sented by Alderman Arthur F Al bert to the crime investigation com mittee of the Clf ago church feder ation The alderman told the churchmen in Iowa Auto Licenses peilo of Valentine Pa was shot and DES MOINES July 0 seriously wounded as he attempted vehicle license fees increased Slito escape ever an j is CHICAGO July n said to have been responsible for thc scorching heat today had melted away north and middle western tem perature records of long and the prospects for immediate re lief wore slight 18353439 from Dec 1 192S to June 1 1930 the state motor vehi cle department reported today Since most of the funds go fov primary road improvement a marked increase in the amount available for highway building is as sured Collections for the six months pe riod totaled S12OU3i54854 the re port said The same months a year ago showed a total of 510880014Jft The collections in the period ex ceeded the total fees for the pre ceedingjear that before they attempted to point the finger at other racketeers they should make certain that no rackets haxl wormed their way into reli gious uplift and reform movements While Alderman Albert wasdis cussing the racket situation with the church committee yesterday i Acting Police Commissioner Alcock sent a letter to all his precinct capI tains calling upon them to inform i r n D t 1 him before July 20 of any uentian Hying Boat MaKCS tlon they might have concerning Tho raid made just before daybreak Police said the yacht crew was unloading the liquori con sisting largely of whiskeys and gin into the motorboat which was to take it ashore As the raiders swarmed on to thc yacht the rum runners threw over board 40 cases of whisky which po lice were preparing to recover from the shallow water The yacht bore no name and its owner and port of registry had not yet been learned The prisoners were turned over to federal prohibition authorities TWO AMERICAN AMONG DROWNED CHARLES AUGUSTUS LINDBERGH JR IS POSSESSOR OF NAME possible connection between mem bers of the police force and grafters ml and racketeers I Albert urged the church commit tee to make an appointment with States Attorney John A Swanson and ask him why he df I huiy and do something Forced Landing Off Danish Coast BERLIN July 9 Amer icans Miss Ruth Patricia North nrf Ui v j l 25 of Philadelphia and John nriAsCJhm W1V hc docs not L Burkholder ot Mount Pleasant AUNT HET By Robert QuiJlen It looks like the only Lime Pa offers to buy me a ffrcss is when Im clown town wcann some old tiling nn rlenieaUi so Im ashamed to try on things Pa were believed today to have I rf j i been drowned with three other that t ENGLEWOOD N J July 9 IT The name is Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr A young man who was born June 22 and has thrived marvelously for than two weeks without a name now bus one A statement issued from the home of his grandfather Ambassador passengers in the capsizing of thc German flying boat DS54 which made a forced landing off thc coast of Denmark in a rough sea yester day The flying boat left Stettin Ger many yesterday afternoon in the Kalmar Stockholm service A gale came up and engine trouble forced the pilot to make an emergency landing in the sea near thc island of Bornholm Denmark The pilot mechanic and one passenger were rescued by thc Dan tile had decided to call him after his father WILL ROGERS 5 ays Timi n 2 Vnliinm lOWUASltS HOTTEST DAY Thermometer Climbs to 100 i for the days maximum Rmporia move and there were signs today that he had put the issue up ti President Hoover The president still is undecided so fnv as anynnn knows mi what steps to take ifany Drivn Against Moses With revolt against Huston trystalizing at the capilol in view I of his seeming unwillingness tn ro sign there was talk also of a drive against Senator Moses of New Hampshire the chairman of thcj senatorial campaign committee who is believed by certain senators to be allied with Huston in stand against the opposition Meanwhile much interest wis taken in Washington today in thi situation caused by reports from Vermont that the state committcaf man there Earle S Kinsley had been asked to take the national chairmanship temporarily at leas In the white house denial that the president had had any com munication with Kinsley The Vermont chairman at his hotel today said he had never been offered the party chairmanship The Phoceo being informed of j I Turn tt inn tho heat was held responsible Temperatures above the 100 de gree mark were reached in many cities with Miles City Mont blis tering under a lOti degree record for Kans baked under a 305 degree peak Sioux City Iowa was 304 de grees hot thc warmest there in rour years Omaha Nchr had itti DESJ MOINES July 9 I lost torrid July 8 since 1874 the There has been no tender to me nor any discussion with me by There were five deaths for which President Hoover of taking the Degrees in Several Cities sition now held by Mr Huston said loday perspired thru the hottest day of the year as temperatures in num erous cities climbed to the 300 de gree mark and promised to go sev eral units higher At 1 p m both DCS Moiiies and Sioux City reported 100 degree readings and the weather bureaus at npmivir i both cities predicted a maximum of i hral FdwnI w 103 or higher for the dav The read U mercury reaching 102 degces with one prostration Ole C Nelson G ing at Sioux City was two degrees higher than at 1 p m Tuesday when the maximum was 104 Fort Dodge nnd Boonc reported at the same hour while Crcslon had 96 Ottumwa 90 Davenport and Waterloo each 9n and Cedar Rapids S3 The temperature in Ma son City at 2 oclock was 91 Cherokee came with hc hot test weather in thc state at the 1 C V Kerkovc 50 Hatfield Minn committed suicide because of ili thc intense Miggins 3 a carpenter died or heat prostration EW YORK July D plete census figures for the five he i otigbs published today showed New York holding its place as the Watson Undecided i Koconcl city of the world in popu Asked whether he would accede exceeded only by London to requests to present the opposition I The final count gives the Ameri to Huston personally at the rcpubj can city 5958792 as compared to Mean conference tomorrow Watson 7742212 the last available figure for greater London The population of New York ex ceeds that of any of the capitals of continental Europe Berlin beinp I third in the world list with 4013 f8R Paris has 2538lllj Cliielgn I with a J930 population of is second in tho United States and fourth ranking city in the world During the decade since the census New York has it were over thc de lay it might cause1 In reaching a vote on the treaty itself Waits for Vote Senator Hale republican Maine chairman of the nnval committee trouble startedto was a vote on the Mc cuc and met the plane She stood by 1 Kcliilr proposal with a 10000 word speech against Mio treaty Ht hoped to make the address before the day wai over This cjuestion of thc informal ne gotiations transcends in importance the uicHtion of the treaty itself Black said Right voted Cor a favor able report on the treaty in com mittee I expect to vote for it in the senate I shall vote howeVer if a postpone until the rights of the senate have been recognized and respected The Alabaman contended tho I president was not thc custodian j of the files In the state department and that the secretary of state was responsible to congress and not In j thc chief executive nonili Favorable M Hoover has already declined produce the papers ii question Turn in Incc i Column I NEW SS 2ND LARGEST CITY IN WORLD of Or Ranks Next to London Turn In Fncs Cnlnmt tn I U Ole C Nelson 05 Virginia Minn If 71 OIK ariTr T br leiU IVLlLilO 11 died a few minutes later I J fficf Ji AJC icnMls Acw Voik inquired JL JIg 11 VO i iIS7fI inhabitants this AMTC o i illelc1sc be figure of r while working in Springfield Mo on bis first dny nn a job he had tried for weeks to gel Rudy Sudberg a painter of St Louis died in a hospital bring ing the death loll for the summer to three in that city Two other men nnd a woman were overcome bv the lieat Ben p m reading the mercury there Louis died from heat Garrctt 37 East St climbing to 101 Council Bluffs also joined the list of cities having 100 while Dubuque diagonally northeast across the state was cool with 90 prostrat larn for the imn rove mo nt of lowii vviin iota oJ Jf4 a na n of highways as the result of bids an 2S cen v Hrnttan uoppe nounced yesterday by the state high from to JsnsISP a loss way commission at its bimonthly of 18 per cent VANCE PITCHES ROBINS TO WIN Brooklyn Collects 12 Hits to Down Boston 6 to 0 BROOKLYN July Vance held the Braves to three hits nnd fanned nine today and the Robins took the first game oC a doublcheadcr from Boston 8 tn 0 Herman and Boonc had homers among Brooklyns 12 hits JJoslfin 000 000 000 0 3 I Brooklyn 020 210 IJOx 12 0 Krankhouse Cunningham and Spohrer Vance and Deberry meeting The bids totaled SI3 for grading graveling ant nnd culvert construction wofl For Ik i ave it a tol ma award of the contracts to the TheBronx gained 7 Queens Borough on Long Island j ncreased in population ISOper cent which gave it a total of 1082UI2 low hddcrs was expected today ccntgoinr nnm 73201 in 1020 to 1 26673 1 He was a fireman on the Mobile Ohio and collapsed yesterday in his locomotive at Red Bud Grading of miles of primary the present count Richmond Stal en road will cost ou a basis of low bids I Iplaiid i is counted at n753 a aiii passengers disappeared in the sea when the plane capsized Efforts to rescue them were made by several other boats which had rushed to the assistance of the plane but so far as could be determined none of the five still missing was picked up Finds Snake in Fish DECATUR July S Otto R Kyle Decatur newspaperj man caught a pound and onerial f I big mouth black bass yestcrdny nl I the South Side Courlry club bike Cleaning the fish found a vi I ler anake 10 inches long its I stomach j BEVERLY HILLS July The senate is trying to get all the communications that passed between Ambassador Dawes and President Hoover before the disarmament con ference met When they open em all up they will be found to contain nothing but Dawca asking for more smoking tobacco Every city kicked on its census returns claiming they didnt count the suburbs well tho whole United States just published theirs 122 million Now 1 guess we will claim America was short count ed wo should have taken in Mexico and Canada Yours MUST MOVE IN PEACOCK CAS1 State Bureau Has Not Been Able to Disprove Alibi CEDAR RAPIDS July 9 After a week spent in checking Emmett Peacocks alibi concerning the shooting of Sheriff Fred Sweet and Marsha Aaron Bailey at Wash ington Juno a definite state ment is expected soon from thc state bureau of criminal investiga tion After n meeting here yesterdny between County Attorney George Morrison of Washington county State Agent Hay Scott and George Gorman attorney for Peacock no officin information was given out but it was understood that the slate investigators have been unable to Markets at a Glance while the low bids on 2li miles of graveling amounted to 552 Bids of 5171906 were sub mitted for bridge and culvert con struction in Decatur Floyd Guthrio Hancock Lee Linn Montgomery Wayne Monroe and Wright coun ties Low Bids Listed Low bids ana grading projects Floyd miles road VI from Marble Rock east to roar of Pf per cent NEW YORK July 9 P XPIV Vnrls StocksStrong rails nnd utili t ics rise Bonds Firm rail issues lead ad vance Curb Firm Foreign exchanges Irregular Spanish peseta turnsstrong trade buying steady spot mnr kct 11 J J Boyett of Kensett 80 Year Old of Chariton Drowns IOWA WEATHER Iarlly cloudy and continued warm Wcdiiivsdriy night mid Thursday probably threatening LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at S oclock Wednesday morning Altxirimin 7ircsday KK Minimum in Niglii s At 8 A M Jtainfiill in Inch revealed today humidity rather ban high Under plans advanced lhr brrnh contributed most to ihe I nrs who recently broke the record j discomfort of Tuesdays weather set by he St Louis Robin would I give a dnily refueling dcmonstraj tion as part of the National Air Four Hunter Brothers May Be at State Fair DFS MOINES July 0 gotiations have been opened for he appearance of the four Hunter brothers and their world endurance refueling record plnnes at he lown ad Slate fair Secretary A R Corey I Self in Small Pond i how which will be a feature of fair Aug 20 to 20 CHARITON July 9 Colgan 80 was found drowned in i Coffee Earner European selling a Rmfll pond herc lhis He 1 i in believed to have committed sni WheatJrm bullish North Da h kota report strong cash mnr kels Steady HogsDull The buyerw of Ikjtior may not hc Dies Fc Automobile Accident his family could assign in Street at Woden no reason The body was found by WODKN July Riidlsjll I searchers who were called out after n K0n of Mr and Mrs John Iludisill Colgan failed to return last nignt j died here this morning after jirom a carnival he was believed to struck by an automobile drivenbv At S oclocit Worlnesday murning the inurciny had climbed past the mark and a maximum for Ihc day of more than DO appeared more than possible The rain recorded Tuesday forenoon was a continua tion of the storm which nrose earlier that morning and deposited f2 of an inch of water in the Globe Gazettes rain gnuge before 8 oclock the total fur ihe storm he 72 nf nn inch disprove Peacocks story relative to a legal criminal bill no doubt his whcrcabaiiti the day of shootj feels like one the morning lnsr Richmond TimesDispatch i have attended Colgnn was a fiirmcr Henry Hrandt last cvcnin The near Zanesville Ohio until few i baby was crossing Hie street from years ago Threof his children n nil station to his home nnd riu live there nnd the body will i taken there tonight His widow and janolhcr child also survive directly into tho path of thecar Nn ftincrn arrangements have been an nounced   

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