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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas IDAILY PAPER Edited for the Home M r s i S A T o r P r o f i o iv A n F S THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWVNS NliJlimiiOKS HOME r i L ji M fOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY PRESS LEASED W1KE SEKVICKM A 9OJ fTTV THWA TWTTTgr A V TTTTVoi 111 Y IUWA THURSDAY JULY 31 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 254 JsZaroAgha Really 156 Experts Think That Aged Turk May Be vS3 t By CHAIILES P STEWART AS H I N G T O N July 31 CPA Without impu ting to 156year old so he say si Zaro Agha the slightest inten tion to deceive the U S public health services experts on prob lems of senility evidently want co us i d e r a hie mighty convinc ing documentary evidence before wholly accepting assurances that Americas elderly Turkish or ICur shj visitor really dates back to is so to speak in an un line enough agrees Assistant irgeon General R C Williams if fought in the Napoleonic wars he ust be pretty old But it sometimes happens con uied the doctor that a very aged confuses his own experi Sices in his earlier years with the 6 periences say of his grandfather maybe the latter related to tm when the grandchild was quite TT does not necessarily follow 1 explained the physician that he grandchild as he in turn be omes a grandparent or great grandparent deliberately means to as part of his personal his ry what in reality was part of the Arsons history of his forebear Rather it may be that he began simply wishing it were so and radually by a subconscious pro ss with advancing years and a turn In lnBi 4 Column CALURUNDIDGE j Charge of St Loins Man Not Made on Facts Says I Jury CHICAGO July 31 The charges of Harry Brundidge St Louis newspaper man that Chicago reporters have been engaged in racketeering were described by the county grand jury todajf as founded on hearsay and contain ing nothing of an incriminating character Up to the present time the jury reported the jury has been un able after exhaustive questioning of all the witnesses called to def initely substantiate the evidence disclosed by the testimony of Brundidge A great deal of this tes timony was hearsay Some of the statements made by Brundidge as to conversations with different newspapermen were admitted by them but such admissions did not disclose anything of incriminating character It is the opinion of the jury thai Brundidge in his capacity as a reporter was actjng in good faith and tried to run down to a definite conclusion the reports that he had gathered many of which were predicated upon purely hear say evidence The July grand jury ended its in quiry into the crime situation an aftermath of the murder of Jake Lingle with this report to Chief Justice Denis J Normoyle of the criminal court Judge Normoyle who had instructed the jurors to investigate the widespread rumors of the affiliation of certain news papers with gangsters received the report with thanks and offered no comment AUNT MET By liobert yuillen What it I was speedin Policeman or no policeman no second cousin o Pas is goin to sass me when Ive left a roast in the oven Reds AMERICAN SHIP REPELS f TACK BY COMMJilSTS BRITISH DIRIGIBLE R100 REACHES AMERICA in which klllid and today ikow Wu ner import 50 Chinese Are Killed in Raid on GUidboat Palosf CHANGHAI July 3J sive red activity mid dle China which culrftfnated yester day in an attack com munists on the gunboat Palos near Changfl about 50 Chinese v five bluejackets threatened to engul chang Hanyang am ant cities in the Yjingtse valley The reds attached from the banks of the Siang riyeV as the Palos wa approaching the city to make of the ruins Opening fire with 100 rifles and 10 machine gvuisVSJbe communists showered the Paloswith bullets Authorities of the Japanese con cesston in Hankow today began erecting barbed wire defenses as a precaution against possible attack Brilish officialcircles in Shanghai heard foreigners were evacuating Kiukiang Efforts to communicate with Ruling famous foreign health resort failed and telegraph lines in the STangtse valleywere reported m torruotedat various v HWTT said cftptured and lowed Hwayuan Turn to Fngo C George Gives rXf Approval to London Pact LONDON July 31 King George has signed the instrument of pf London naval treaty which now ratified and signed by both Great Britain and the United Statesr The announcement of the kings signature was made bjr Philip Bnow den chancellor of the exchequer and was greetedby cheers in tnp house of commons Chancellor Snowdeixsaid the rat ification will be deposited simul taneously with the ratifications of the dominions and India and the ratifications of the United States and Japan when all tlftee parties to part three of the treaty are in a pos ition to bring the treaty into force in accordance with article 21 With four officers anil its crew of 10 men Great Britains great new dirigible the U10D sister shin of the1irirest ilr llnnr I tho xnrii completed its journey ncrom the Atlantic Thursday morning and expected to reach Quebec at n oclock n r irom Cardlngton England Monday S T The great ship took off Stea4yPressureiteto Be Wbodcock T1TASHINGTON July 31 Sup ervisors of industrial alcohol permits were summoned to Wash ington today to consider the prob lem of effectively combining their efforts with those of the prohibition enforcement unit of the justice de partment in an intensive baltlc against the traffic in illicit liquor While the 12 prohibition adminis trators in charge of enforcement in the field continued their twoday conference the supervisors were called into a separate meeting witr their chief James M Doran Want Better Laws The subject of United action thus was approached in two days with Dr Doran addressing the adminis trators and Amos W W Woodcock the director of enforcement speak ing to the supervisors In addition to the problem of co operation Doran said the super visors were ready to tackle the gen eral question of improving the ad Tiirn to 1ncc 5 Column Kijutson Fined HavingNo License L S Knutson Clear Lake was fined and costs bx Justice of the Peace M C Coughlpn Wednesday on a charge of selling drugs and medicines without a license He has also taken out an itinerant peddlers license A Juarez Mexico Is Under Martial Law EL PASO Texas July 21 Gov Romulo Escobar of the state of Chihuahua Mexico today placed Juarez across the Rio Grande from here under martial law Mayor Gustavo Flores two aldermen anri the city clerk of Juarez were ar rested and held at the military gar rison One McKnight as e Bootlegger Agent Is Charged of S C Murder COLUMBIA S Car July 31 OB B McKnight former boot leg whisky king and one time fed era prohibition agent was in the state penitentiary here today named by W L Thornley confessed slay er of Stale Senator E J Dennis as instigator of the assassination McKnight sought by more than 16 state constables since Thornley confessed he was hired to shoot Dennis a week ago today was ar rested in a Charleston hospital yesterday Despite the affidavit ot his physician that he was in no con dition to be removed Gov John G Richards ordered him brot here Thornley repeated his confession under oath to a coroners jury here last night He again named Mr ITitm In Taao fl Cnlumn IHEFFIELD Charles Mohle 56 of Mil waukee Buried at Hill side Cemetery SHEFFIELD July services were held here yesterday for Charles Mohle 56 who died in Milwaukee Sunday evening The services were conducted by the Rev L W Heuther Burial was in th Hillside cemetery Mr Mohle is survived by one brother Henry Mohle Sheffield He is preceded In death by his parents three sisters and OTIC brother After emigrating to America in 188G Mr Mohle settled near Bur lington In 1003 be moved to Mason City He then lived in Waterloo for a time and spent the remainder 01 his life in Milwaukee vors Convicts9 Pardon UNOBERGH TO Has Is Charged With Death of Buckley Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal July and Texas have an original primary system They have so many seeking office that the first primary is only to find out how many are de sirous of living off the state The second m a r y is to eli m i n a t e 50 per cent of these The third is to get rid of half of what is left The fourth is to eliminate any good man that might have crept in by mistake Now you have just politician so the fifth one is to leave in the two worst ones and they run it off Yours WILL ROGERS MAKE ADDRESS Radio Talk on Aviation to DETROIT July 31 Livecchi alleged to ue connected with the slaying of radio announc er Jerry Buckley in the LaSallc hotel early July 23 was formally charged with murder in a warrant signed by Recorders Judge Thomas M Cotter todaj Livecchi who has been under ar rest over since killing was found in his room in the LaSallc tiotel shortly after the three gun men had fired 11 bullets into Buck leys body as ho sat in the lobby The police suspect him of having been the man who pointed out the announcer to the gunmen Livecchi is the first man to be formally charged with murder as result of the killing Philip Barker to Face Court Alter Shooting His Wife CRESCO July 31 An infor mation charging first degree mur der was being prepared today by County Attorney Dale Elwood against Philip Barker 54 who Tues day night shot and fatally wounded his estranged wife Barker in a hospital recovering from wounds he inflicted in an at tempt to kill himself after shooting his wife expected to be re leased in a few clays County Attor ney Elwood said he expected to file charges against Barker late todny Funeral services for the dead wor man were delayed pending word from relatives in California They were set tentatively for Sunday The shooting of Mrs Barker took place at the home of her cousin where she had been making her home since filing suit for divorce Barker is said to have attempted a reconcilin Lion before the attack County Attorney Elwood slated that 50 witnesses to various phases of the tragedy had been interviewed previour to filing of the charges and that a complete chain of circum stances had been formed against Mr Barker NEW YORK July 31 Charles A Lindbergh making his first prepared radio address on August 8 will talk over two na tionwide broadcasting chains from a single microphone in the studios of the Columbia broadcasting sys tem Announcement was made today that the national broadcastingconi pany would cooperate in the trans mission carrying the talk at the same time it goes out over the Coluhin nytcni The 115miuute ad 4rccs to Am2Tica had been set for 10 p m The talk in which it is anticipated Colonel Lindbergh will advocate the calling or an International avia tion by the league of na tions is to be delivered twice The first time he will speak from a microphone in the Columbia studios at p m to Great Britain Europe and olhcr sections of the world by short waves For the 10 p m broadcast in which networks embracing more than 150 stations in America will be hooknd together short waves again will be used including the associatedtransmitters of WABC WGY and KDKA Builds Now HOIIKO TITONKA July began work Tuesday on the A M Peterson house in town The build ing is to be one story with full base ment Mr Peterson intends to rent the house to some one as soon as completed ze Titonka Farmer Loses 10 Acres of Oats From Spread of Weed Bla TITONKA July 31 Fohn Uken northwest of Titonka has lost about 10 acres of oats by fire While burn ing some weeds the fire got beyoni control and spread into his oals field The fire department from Ti tonka was called out to help put the fire out SHE WANTED ROMANCE in Hlllcrton was too quiet for Kitty Wilmot crack swimmer and expert stenographer Read about her great adventure and ro mance SPLASH She Swims To Conquer By Elcanore Burnett STARTS Monday August 4 in the GLOBEGAZETTE Doubt as to Their Guilt Story of Bombing Affair SAN FRANCISCO July 31 A recommendation by former Police Captain Duncan Mathcaon that par dons be given Warren K Billings and Thomas J Mooney convicted of the Preparedness Day bombings here in 1U10 was before the su preme court today as it resumed consideration or Billings applica tion for pardon Matheson questioned by nn as sociate justice said he was con vinced of Mooneys and Billings guilt at the time of the bombing but now had grave doubts about it Expected Ueward John MacDonald Baltimore waiter whose identification of the two men was a factor in their con viction testified yesterday that an unseen power was exerted over him by Charles M Fickert district attorney during the bombing trials This unseen power he said led to his giving perjured testimony Crossexamined by Fickert Mac Donald stuck stubbornly to state ments that the former prosecutor had promised him a large slice of reward money if he would testify as Fickert directed Associate Justice Preston in an effort to clear tip previous incon Tum to Inso Kr Column The youngster who does all I thinking for himself usually thinks little of his father Xowa Leglonairc and mother SS THREATENED I NEW YORK Police Reserves Patro Chinatown to Stop Outbreaks YORK July 31 reserves patrolled Chinatown today after the killing of one Chi nese and the wounding of another signalled the outbreak of a new long war Seven Chinese were in jail The opening of hostilities between members of the On Leong Tong and the Tong On here was echoed in Boston where an On Leoug partisan was killed The first shooting occurred last night when Nap Ling was killed at the door of a Mott street laundry in the heart of Chinatown Shot Times Police were on their way to the scene of that attack when Soo Cock Ling was shot 10 times at a bazar a few doors away The shootings police said fol lowed the circulation of a report in Turn n Pner K rrtltmm Ship Sets Time When It Expects to Make Landing CT HUltERT AIRPORT MOA J TREAL July 31 The KHlll slowly approached the end of it flight from England today its ar rival delayed by choice or neeesKit until shortly before dark tonight Progress of the dirigible the greatest ever to rise ugaiiLst Hu sky over the ocean and down Dell Island Strait hud justified a jrennrnl and oven official belief hat the R 100 would got in about l oclock this afternoon but at noon today n relayed wireless from the ship ilsoll announced UuU arrivsil would ho al Mix oclock C S T No Uiasnu Sivrn No reason was given for the div lay out it was not believed that it was caused by adverse weather or any enforced slowing up of the div igibles six great engines Rather it was believed the officers in com mand bad decided that atmospheric conditions would bo better close to dusk than in the heat oE the tittiM noon sun Sun beat baa the effect of hydro gen which is the lifting of the R100 on enormously buoyancy iivi it was that the R100 officers luui decided on a delayed landing to avoid the necessity of valving off valuable gas to effect a landing in Mrs Edison May Have Test for Bright Girl WEST ORANGK N J July 31 may be a Mrs Thomas A Edison scholarship contest next year to pick Americas brightest girl Suggestion was made by some oE the high school girls who helped en tertain the 40 contestants for the Thomas A Eklison scholarship that a similar offer be made to girls the full heat of midafternoon Kciyal Canadian mounted police in their scarlet coats and yellow striped black breeches patroled SI Hubert field today keeping all but Markets at a Glance NEW VOIIK Gillette Safely Razor responds to merger rumors Austrian weak in heavy trading Utilities lead nar row rally Foreign Stor ing advances to new high for novement lower cables and favorable weather commission house buying European selling CHICAGO large exports firm foreign markets bullish Iowa and Kansas reports Falls From Apple Trci HAMPTON July Olson 8 daughter of Mr and Miv Car Olson broke a bone in her right arm Tuesday evening when j11 fell from an apple tree Repeal of Prohibition Ohio Democratic Issue SKe Former Governor Is One of Chief Advocates COLUMBUS Ohio July 31 T Repeal of national prohibition is the dominant issue among Ohio demo crfin the senatorial primary con which August 32 Lack of republican contests has failed to bring out any definite issue in that party except in a few congressional contests Repeal was brot boldly Into the rnnipaign by a declaration favoring it by James M Cox former gover nor and democratic presidential candidate 10 years ago Immediate ly afterward two senatorial candi dates were in the field seeking nr ntior on that issue One is former Congressman IS Robert 1 Rilkley and George S both Cleveland attorneys nrfp i democratic candi dates for the noriinrtlion are stressing farm relief nnd the Turn to rage 5 Culiliim UNITED King Carol Queen Helen and Michael Are AH to Meet BUCHAREST Rumania July 31 Rumanian royal King Carol II Queen Helen and their son be united tomorrow at Sinaia the summer capital Appamitly the king and his di vorced wife have not been fully re conciled however for an official statement telling of the kings plans IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Thursday nielli and Kridny Slightly Friday anil in south central anil north portions Thnrsdiiy niglit LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning said he would occupy a separate apartment in Vnlcs palace King Carol will stay at Kinaia for the remainder of the summer The riticen and Michael have been there for some Urn Maximum Minimum in Night fiJ At H A M Thursday The mercury tarried on hii re nent to the high levels Wednes day The inys maximum was 1 de gree below that of Tuesday In dications pointed to a high mark of at least Thursday
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