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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 21, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                HS EM EDITION THE NEWSPAPEB THAT MAKES ALL NOKTH IOWANS NEIGHBOBS VOL XXX VI FIVE CENTS PER ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED W1KE AUGUST a 1930 SUPPLEMENTAL SKKVKIlfl NQ 271 ing Senate Contest in Nebraska Will Be Peculiar By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Aug 21 CPAl wiV have a peculiai election next No senatorial issue that is to say as to the remainder of the offices to be filled it may be n o r m a enough For senator however indica tions are that Uncle George VV Norris run ning for reelec tion on the re r publican ticket SUSPEND DRY AGENT GOT ZUTA LOAN GIVE UP SEARCH will have the strongest appeal to democrats who voted for Al Smith in 1928 while from all appearances Gilbert M Hitchcock the democra tic nominee will get his best back ing from the states regular repub emphasis being placed on the adjective regular It is not quite as funny n situa tion as it would have been if the democrats had nominated Dr Jen nie Callfas who bolted the Smith ticket two years ago even as Uncle George bolted Herbert Hoover but it is queer just the same THERE never was any real chance 1 that Dr Callfas would be her partys choice at the democratic pri maries to be sure Her only real strength was as a was why she preferred Hoover to Smith in the last election It is tolerably safe betting that Nc is dry I lived for a clecadi and a half right across the Missour river from the northeastern cornet of it and know a good bit about its complexes but it is not so much interested in the vvetanddry ques tion as in some other things This roved the other day not only Uzenrys refusal to rewart fcsfor desertinga wet pres crndidate for a dry one 0 by its refusal to penalize enator Norris for deserting a dry lfor a wet one It is more than doubtful if the re cent primaries either partys im plied the least thing one way or the other as to the states prohibition than that are not the paramount sentimentts Angefus Temple Authorities Face Break Between Leaders LOS ANGELES Aug 21 With Aimen Semple McPlierson planning to occupy her pulpit Sun day despite her recent mysterious illness Angelus temple authorities are facing a definite break between the evangelist and her mother Mrs Minnie Kennedy The woman evangelist terming herself just a sick girl has em phatically denied her mothers re peated assertions that she suffered a broken nose in a fistic encounter with her daughter Mrs Kennedy announced she would leave for the mountains as soon as discharged from the sani tarium where she is under treat ment Dr Edward H Williams treating Mrs McPhcrson said she probably would be able to return to her pulpit Sunday in accordance with her ex pressed desire Nowadays a necessity is almost any luxury you see in the home of a Times AUNT HET By Robert Quillcn I made mistakes raisin mv children but when the dear arise on the last clay lliov wont delay things a lumlin for their tonsils Mellon Morgan Among Powers Behind Throne JVTEW YORK Aug 21 th opinion of James W Gerard foi merly ambassador to Germany 5 men rule the United States Mr Gerard compiled a list hese men for todays New Yor Times which asked him to amplif a sentence in a pamphlet he wrot ndorsing the crusade of Viscoun Flothercmerc and Lord Beaverbrool or British empire free trade an ligh protection In that pamphle 10 wrote Give the 40 men who rule th Jnited States 10 years for the de velopment of this industrial empire the British empire and no country on earth could approach it in pe capita wealth Businessmen Powerful Explaining why he as an Ameri can should write on the subject Mr Gerard I offer as mj excuse the interest that America in common with all the world ha in the preservation of British pros perity Mr Gerard explains the actua power behind the throne is wield ed by men whose wealth and im portant industrial positions in the nation give them a permanent in fluence in American life States men he said are usually shorn of most of their power when they re tire Knskoli Is Listed Among those Mr Gerard listed are John D Rockefeller Jr An drew W Mellon J P Morgan George F Baker banker John D Ryan copper magnate Walter C Tagle president of the Standard Oil company of N J and Henry Ford Frederick E Weyerhaeuser lum ber magnate Myron C Taylor chairman finance committee U S Steel corporation James A Far rel president U S Steel corpora tion Charles M Schwab chair man Bethlehem Steel corporation Eugene C Grace President Beth lehem Steel corporationH M Warner and Adolph Zultor motion picture magnates O P and M J Turn lii fane n column it Car Is Deserted by Boot leggers at Waverly Boy Scout Camp WAVERLY Aug 21A bullet riddled Chevrolet coupe bearing the icense number was found this morning at the entrance to the Boy Scout camp east of Waverly A shot gun charge fired at close range had penetrated the right side of the rear compartment and three smashedup alcohol cans were in the car when found A pistol bullet had struck the metal above the rear glass directly above the drivers head and had jeen deflected downward A set of Minnesota license plates were found n the car City of Wichita on 2nd Try for Record WICHITA Aug 21 City of Wichita took off at a m today on its second attempt o set a new refueling endurance Flight record The plane is piloted y Charles Lander and P O Rudd Their first attempt ended Mon lay vhen they were forced down by a aulty pump after having been in he air less than 12 hours National Secretary of YWC A Visits Greene GREENE Aug Char otte Davis national secretary of he Y W C A arrived Wednesday morning for n brief visit with her cousin Mrs C V Cnve and family She is on her way from Los An tvcles Cal to New Orleans Ia vhere she will continue her work for tha organization William O Freeman poKco chief of Eviinston III has ad mitted that hn was loaned 5400 by Jack Zuta slain hoodlum chief Probably Six Others Are Lost When Yacht Is Wrecked Police Seek Who Had Pan in Fight Two Men Are Slain in Union Leaders Quarrel CHICAGO Aug 21 Ruberry known to police as a mys terious power in the Chicago Jour neyman Plumbers union died early today from bullet wounds suffered late yesterday at the time his union superior Charles Mulcahy was killed Mulcahy nationally known labor figure and business agent of the union had gone with Ru jerry to the site of the new Lane Technical high school ostensibly to Tc call a strike because of the failure if a plumbing contracting company o dischage its superintendent Charles Conrchere from the high school job Police are seeking Courchere and Imrles A Stein son of Carl Stein vho heads the contracting company employing Courchere Would Cull Strike The elder Stein chairman of the arbitration committee of the Build ng Construction Employers associa ion told police Mulcahy and Rub ry came to his loop office yesterday ind demanded that Courchere be ischarged Stein said he refused to lo this and that Mulcahy then hreatened to call a strike on the onstruction job The younger Stein hen went to notify Courchere No one at the construction site aw the shooting One workman aid he saw the union leaders enter Courcheres office and that 10 min ites or so later he heard shots The vorkman said he went to the office ind saw Rubbery lying outside leading from wounds in the stom Cornwall Eng Aug 21 Commodore Henry Douglas King conservative member of par liament brilliant soldier and one time aide de camp to King George was believed to have meieath with probably half a dozen others aboard the yacht Islander wrecked in the night One woman two children and a well known naval surgeon were be lieved aboard the bessel when it went to pieces after going on the rocks of the Cornwall coast at Lan tivet hay Definite knowledge of the makeup of the yachting party still was lacking this evening That Com modore King changed his mind about inviting some fellow members of parliament was believed Late today the police reported that the bodies of two young chil dren had been washed ashore near the scene of the wreck At that time the authorities expressed the fear that the death roll would reach eight A statement by a local resident that he saw what appeared to be two women and a boy washed over board from the yacht and disappea in a whirl of water supported belief that not all of the victim were men altho Mrs King the com manders wife holidaying on the Isle of Wight had expressed the belief that there were no women or the Islander Associate 1rcss ttinlo Search for Van Lour Black chairman of the hoard of direc tors of the Baltimore Sun mid prominent financier who dis appeared from his private yacht off the New Jersey coast has practically been iihandoniul No hope is held tor the recovery of the body Will Rogers TAHOR TAVERN CalAug Dawes goes to Spain to study Neolithic peo ple Thats his hobby is study ing odd crea tures He gave up all business and all govern mental interests for four years just for a re served seat to study of America a most prehistoric men Then he went to London to study odd women whose sole ambition in life was to get their daughters presented at court so Spain will have to go some to show Charley anything Another drawing card has en tered the heavyweight contender class Sister McPhcrson versus McPherson WILL ROGERS AH Hope for Survival of Van Lear Black Is Given Up BALTIMORE Md Aug 21 lPf was at an end today for ho body of Van Lear Black Bal timore publisher and capitalist and vorld flyer who disappeared Mon day night from his yacht and all icpe that ho might have survived van abandoned here but filing of lis will is expected to be delayed a veek or more The instrument will dispose of an estate estimated at rom to it is elieved Mr Black publisher of tnt Baltimore Sun and Evening Sun was known as the wealthiest man n Maryland Following the hearing at New York today before federal steam oat inspectors Captain John T Kelley planned to return to Balti more in the yacht the Sabalo He planned to make another search for he body near the position of the yacht about 12 miles off the New Jersey coast when Mr Black dis appeared Car Resembling Chevrolet Used in Luverne Rob bery at Boone ALGONA Aug 21 A report from Poone that a resident there had seen two men fixing a tire on a green colored car bearing a Kos suth county license directed the a tention of peace officers southward thin morning in the search for the robbers of the Luverne bank yester day The two men who robbej the bank of about 55000 in cash and bonds were driving a grcon Chev rolet coach when they left Luverne to tha north shortly after locking the employes of the bank into the vault and scooping up the money The search for the nanrliis he ing directed by Sheriff L JO Hov ey of Kossuth county and State Agent Ray Scott Conference of Banking Representatives Is Called ALTHO he has as yet received no official summons to the capital Willis G C Bagley member of the drought committee may be expect ed to attend a conference of the janking representatives on the state relief committees with President Hoover Tuesday The purpose of his conference will be to outline the financial program involved in the drought relief organization A call for this conference to be icld at the white house went to the drought states late yesterday Meanwhile following the chan lels thru which Mr Hoover dircct od the 1927 Mississippi Flood relief laus went forward today for es ablishment of state or local credit corporations to arrange loans lo armers thru intermediate credit banks where local banks are unable unwilling to carry the financial oad The maximum interest which the credit corporation would be per niltcd to charge farmers under the entative plan proposed at the first meeting of the national drought committee yesterday would be six icr cent This is 2 peicet more than the interest charged by the inter mediate credit banks to which the oans would be turned over Under present plans loans would granted farmers on easy sccur ty with the indorsement of the credit agencies The emergency eed and livestock railroad freight ates now in effect in the cast and louth will be extended to western drought states on Friday Two Men Are Beaten Severely by Textile Strikers at Bessemer CHARLOTTE N Car Aug 21 men who said they werr Herder organized for the national textile workers union and W G Binkley communist candi date for congress in the fifth North Carolina district declared here to day they were beaten severely by striking textile workers in Bessem r City last night The men said the strikers seized hem and bound them with ropes ticking and beating them Police of icers took them from the mobs lands they snid and took them to ho highway toward Gastonia The men expressed fear for the afety of Walter Wilson southern of the American civil liberties ifnion who they said hey left in thcfi hands of strikers Chicago Classic Will Be at Its Height Next Wednesday rHlCAGO Aug 21 big little slow and thru the skies today from the font corners of the nation with Chicago and tho national air races as ineit target From Long Beach Cal and Se attle they were nnc1 men and from Hartford Conn and Miami Fla and Brownsville Texas Some Nvere taking their time with many stops Others journeyed the charted air more hur riedly It will be next Wednesday at a timn when the national air classic is at its height that the last of the air derbyists drops his plane on the grandstandbanked Curtiss Reynolds airport near Chicago Tho women flyers who hoppec from Long Beach Aug 17 were winging toward Amarillo Texas with a scheduled stop at Lubbocl Will Crass I own They will cross Oklahoma Kan sas Missouri Iowa and Wisconai before they finish at Chicago Monday There are sr pilots i this race with Mrs Gladys ODou nell holding the lead The twoman derby Brownsvill to Chicago was moving furthe north today after a night stop a Fort Worth John H Livinjjstm of Aurora III held an advantage of more than one hour ovriW G Moore of Kansas City when the planes were set down at Fort Worth last night This derbv fin ishes at Chicago Saturday the day the national air races open Anotheryicrby finishing Saturday s that ivich started at Miami esterday Art Killips of LaGrangn had a 14minute lend over Art 3avis of Lansing Mich with I he bird pilot also of LaGrange 13 mf ies back of Davis Two IJe ien Two derbies jne from the east ind one from the west started oday from Hartford Conn Five ilanes were scheduled to arrive in Jhicago Sunday nfter night slops t Syracuse N Y Cleveland Ohio and South Bend Ind At Seattle four pilots stepped into lanes they expected to land in Chi ago next Monday This derby is ver a route marked by Butte and Billings Mont Bismarck and Ab rdeen S Dak Fargo N Dak St Minn and Milwaukee More women will take the air to morrow when the eastern womens erby starts from Washington This ace in which there are six entries s to end at Chicago Aug 20 The high speed non stop Los An clestoChicago Ierby will start nd finish next Wednesday Markets at a Glance Charged with misconduct with several stenographers hi his office icorgo Golding above prohibition administrator at Albany N V lias been in definitely suspended Prohibi tion Director Woortcnclt who has announced his intention ot raising tha standards of dry en forcement agencies has exoner ated tho girls involved Mr Satavisky Holding Open House at Jail Farmers Call to Ask If He Stole Chickens From Them MT CLEMENS Mich A tig 21 Mr Kuzma Satavisky is hold ing a sort of open bouse in the Ma comb county jail today while sever al score farmers are trying to re fresh hismemory Air who has boon in ail for several days distinctly re ncmbers stealing a large number if chickens in Macom b county He ilso has an excellent memory as to he size plumage market price and Jiced of the fowls but try as ho vill Mr Satavisky cannot remeni er just where he purloined the owls The I rouble is police say they ant arraign Mr Satavisky on the liicken theft charges until they earn whose chickens lie stole and here And so farmers from all ver the county are paying calls on Ir Satavisky in the jail house and sking him leading questions ATr Satavisky was captured while rying to break into a house and he eadily admitted to officers that he the head of a county wide chick n stealing ring Recommendations Made on Proper Laws for Development rHICAGO Aug 21 ment of two new radio and the growing tendency among other in dustries for merging were being studied by tho fiftythird annual convention of the American Bar as sociation today in relation to the law new and old Standing committees on tlioso and several other subjects presented detailed reports and made many rcc om m e nda t ion c The committee on communica tions whose report was the longest and most detailed of any criticised the section of the radio act of 1927 which forbids the merger of cable and wireless systems Separation Is Mistake It is a mistake said the com mittee to view wire commmviea ion and wireless communication as cparate businesses capable of bc ng segregated and of being forced to compete The section the law which the committee would repeal last year prevented an agreement between the Radio Corporation of America and the International Telephone and telegraph company Under the agreement the radio corporation was to sell its wireless communica tion business to the International company A committee on commerce recom mended changes in enforcement of the Sherman antitrust law and re ported the progress of a bill for the purpose now in congress The desire of the committee is to amend he aw by vesting in an administrative agency power to approve in advance restraint of trade contracts vojm tarly submitted and by granlin mmuuily Lo the parties fo acts nne during the existence of the ap Nllt Almlinj George w nui of President Hoover ussion on law observance orcement told mem born ssocialion yesterday that the gen eral altitude of mind of the average American is not law abiding but that the individual must accept and abide by the restraints imposed bv law Otherwise ho said lawful government breaks down and wj have nnicchy The remedy of those who object is to appeal to the sanu authority as that which enacts for rescission or modification Tlicre Turn In li chaii s com and en of he NKW YORK U S Safety Ka or drops 10 points domestic invest icnt issue advance Utilities under ncssure Foreign exchange Irregular European document firm Cuban supporl steady Brazilian CHICAGO large Russian ex ports and increased worlds visible supply bullish Iowa and Missouri reports to strong DIPS in Ctnrlisvillc CLARKSVfLLK Aug liam P Connolly longtime resident of this community died yesterday after a long illness He is survived by ono son a daughter and one granddaughter and a brother and sister Funeral arrangements have not been made ady and Ong Confined to Albert Lea Hospital for Treatment ALBERT LEA Minn Aug r G W Cady veterinarian and W Ong superintendent of tn ianhead farms both of Mason City re in an Albert Lea hospital suf fering from injuries received in an auto accident near Glenville Thurs day morning Dr Cady has a frac tured collarbone and Mr Ong suf fered brniscs on his neck and shoul ders The accident occurred white Dr Cady and Mr Ong were on their way to Hollandale Minn They wero going north on Highway No 1 when their air and a car driven by thu Rev Mr Daniels collided one mile east of filenvilfe at what is known as the corner schoolhouse The Rev Mr Daniels pastor of thi Glenville Methodist church who was accompanied by his son Ray mond was going east Both oars wore badly damaged in tlie crish Dr and Mr Ong were taken at once to the hospital at Albert Lea It is believed that Mr Ong is most seriously hurt al tho physicians have not determined the exact extent of the injuries to the men Raymond Daniels suffered cuts on his shoulders and the Rev Mr Dan iels was only slightly hurl HI With Qiiiusy LAKOTA Aug 21 Mrs luy Rccmer is ill at her home here with a severe case quinsy Schneider Takes Off on Return Record Attempt MUNICIPAL AIRPORT LOS ANGELES Aug 21 Schneider newly crowned cast west transcontinental speed kin took off at a in C S T i today in an effort to establish a new westeast junior transcontinen tal air record He planned to make his first stop at Albuqnerciii N M IOWA WEATHER Iiirlly cloudy pnssihlv ilimv ITS in rvlrrini wcsl portion Thursday night and in nnlriil portion Friday Hide chango in rmpcralurc LOCAL STATISTICS JlobeCaxettc weather figurefor 21 hour period ending nt S oVlocii n m Thursday Maximum Wrtlnrsilav 7i Minimum in Night ts Al K A M Kstinfiill of an liuii The 15 of an inch of rain which fell early Wednesday morning and thruout the forenoon is believed to be adequate lo insure a reasonable sized crop of corn in thi s territory   

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