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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                ft IIS HEM ART or IOWA MO IHES j A North Iowas ILY PAI Edited for the Home VVVT7T VOL XXXVI PIVE OEKTS raa COPY ASSORTED PBESS USABKD WIRE SERVICE IHE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IO HOME EDITION WEDNESDAY SEPT 17 1930 UNITED PRESS AND SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 9U Rebellion No Danger Here U S Is Revolution Proof Declares Senator By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Sept 17 CPA revolu t i o n rampanl thruout a large part of the worlc and nearrevolu tion nearly ram pant thruout a good deal of the Latin America has no monopoly on it For weeks Ger many has been walking the tight rope between radicalism a n c reaction it would surprise no one to see the Suanish monarchy upsel any day the Mussolini regime in Italy may be perfectly stable and then again it may not India already is desperately by the ears Chinas ferment is a lot of other countries are in a turmoil or threatening to break out in one WELL revolution boiling and bubbling in so many places as pointed but How about the United States Is an abrupt violent extralegal overturning of the Washington gov ernment reasonably not necessarily now or could such a thing imaginably hap pen here as recently happened in Buenos a month ago Don Hipolito Irigoyen was supposed to be as securely established in his executive mansion as any president on has had no REVOLUTION IS FASCIST IDEAL Germans Urgethbybeadefs to Wage War for Thar Principles BERLIN Sept 17 Fascists were urged by their lead ers today to wage an unabated war fare in defense of their principles obtaining in full advantages to be derived from their victory at the polls Sunday when they gained a Reichtag representation of 107 seats against 12 they held formerly At Munich Adolf Hitler chief ot theparty pronounced the slogan After victory strap your helmet tighter He said the partys suc cess was the first step toward ob7 taining power on a legal and conf stitutional basis He declared the partys idealto be revolutionbut revolution of the mind not of phy sical violence Despite this pronouncement Fas cists andsocial democrats clashed at Ulm and 13 persons including the Fascist leader Dreher were se verely injured Several persons were arrested In Berlin police arrested 2S persons after dispersing a com munist procession which threatened a clash with the fascists Meanwhile Chancellor Bruening is seeking a combination for his cabinetwhich will give him a ma jority in the Reichstag and is find inghis task nonetoo easy While observers are generally a little more hopeful of his position it admitted ly is very precarious Dies In Minnesota NORA SPRINGS Sept Batterson who died at his home in West Concord Minn had lived most of his life in Nora Springs and was the youngest of a family of 11 children Funeral services and burial were at West Concord AUNT NET By Eobcrt Quillen I had no business Pa but after hcarin forty women say my party deco rations was perfectly pre cious I hail to hear some body talk hateful an nat ural LAFOLLETTE ROUTS KOHLER Machine Gun Bandits Loot Lincoln Bank FIVE MEN MAKE GETAWAY WITH IN CASH Robbers Slug President and Cashier Take Securities INCOLN Nebr Sept 17 Five unmasked men armed with revolvers and submacine guns In vaded the Lincoln National bank just after the opening hour this morning and obtained a quantity of securities and 20000 to in cash First reports from employes that 51000000 in securities hadIjeen stolen were denied later by J T Shields assistant easier who said the amount was smalK A third of the securities were said to be negotiable Half belonged to the bank and half to safety box owners The bandits slugged President W E Barkley and Cashier Phil Hall before ordering a score of employes and customers to lie on the floor while they cleaned out tills and security boxes Neither Barkley nor Hall was seriously injured With weapons in plain sight arid jaunty air three of the welldressed and youthfufrquintet rom their car into the bank without at tractingattention of passersby Theydid their Work quickly walked back to their car and sped south The license number6f their auto on a car stolen lastnight from Howard Sween of the Sioux City vicinity State Sheriff Condit got in touch James Risden chief of the owa state police who called out he entire western and southern owa vigilantes The alarm was broadcast by radio and Missouri river bridges were guarded Suspected Car Is Seen OMAHA Sept 17 north of Omaha were being watched afternoon after a farmer liv ing northwest of here reported to police that he had seen a large alack sedan which he believed was used in the holdup of the Lincoln National bank this morning stop in front of his farm house to change a tire Markets at a Glance NEW YORK industrials up railroads down high grade onds hold upward trend utilities and special ies advance improved spot situation European selling CHICAGO larger exports and eastern buying unfavorable Kan sas reports to lower Shamrock V Loses Sail Leaves Race Hollow Victory Won By Enterprise in Third Race U S S KANE OFF AMERI AS COURSE Sept 17 By Radio to the Associated Press The Am erican defender Enterprise crossed the finish line at C S T scoring a hollow victory in the third of the series of races for the Am ericas cup The Shamrock lost her mainsail when a halyard parted three quar ters of an hour after the start and did not sail out the course One Victory Needed Enterprises time for the 30 mile windward leeward course was three hours 53 minutes and 59 seconds the best time recorded in the three races completed The American boat now needs only one more victory to assure the retention of tie historic old mug on this side of the Atlantic provid ing of course that todays race is declared a contest and the result al lowed to stand xThere was quite a fleet of spec tator craft gathered at the finish but the welcome for the white sloop was far from boisterous Tried to Continue The two racing yachts had covered only aboutfive miles of the course the accident to Sham loblc forced her tcT drop to continue race but with only her topsails hauling she shortly gave up the unequal contest She accepted a tpw and started back for Newport harbor The mishap took all interest from the race and only a few boats fol lowed Enterprise around the course FASCISTS LEADER Associated Frcaa Photo Adolf Hitler wholed his fas cists party to big gains in the German elections GIVES UP HOPE NEWPORT R I Sept 17 Sir Thpmas Lipton challenger for Tnm to PBRR 4 tolnmn NURSE IS BAKER CLINIC WITNESS Defendant Unable to Read Markings on Graduated Cylinder MUSCATINE Sept 17 Myrtle Gresham nurse at the Baker institute and codefendant with Nor man Baker and three others in a suit to enjoin them from operating the institute took the stand today as the defense marshaled its wit nesses Her testimony and cross exami nation was brief and added nothing to that already given by the de fense Mary Turner another of the de fendants took the stand at the start of the morning session to re sume the testimony she began yes terday Mrs Turner was unable to give details of instructions given her for treatment of patients She was shown a needle and syringe used in giving the treatments and was un able to tell the meaning of the characters I CC and the gradua tions from 20 to SO on the side of the tube Robert M Lafollette Wed to Secretary Miss Young Senior Senator From Wisconsin Marries in Madison MADISON Wis Sept 17 iobert M LaFoIlettesenior United 5tatea senator from Wisconsin and iiiss Rachel Wilson Young Washi ngton were married here at a m today Miss Young is his secretary The ouple departed for an unannounced lestination shortly after the wed iing They had planned to be mar ied in Washington but his broth r Philips campaign for governor necessitated tho senators presence n Wisconsin Senator La Follette Us only 35 ears old altho he leads his party n the upper house of congress ROBERT M LAFOLLETTE CAPONE LISTED AMONG CHICAGO PUBLIC ENEMIES Warrants Issued judge Will Set Bonds at pHICAGO Sept 17 6000 V members of police force today hunted the 26 public enemies listed by the Chicago Crime commission with Alphonse Capone gangland overlord the first on their list Backed by warrants issued last night by Municipal Judge John H Lyle charging Capone and the oth er gang chiefs with violation of the vagrancy law Chief of Detectives John Norton inaugurated the search Judge Lyle who made certain the warrants were returnable before him before delivering them into the hands of assistant states attorney announced he would set the bond for each at 510000 Stanton in Jail Judge Lyle explained that he was maklngthe bond no higher in order to offset criticism which his insist ence upon larger sums in recent hoodlum cases aroused Danny Stanton south side hood lum already in a cell at the detec tive bureau was the first of the 26 against whom the vagrancy warrant Turn to Faitr 4 Cnlnmn RUTHVEN BOY IS HUNTING VICTIM Orval Hancock 23 Drowns When High Winds Upset Boat RUTHVEN Sept 17 Orval Hancock 23 son of Willard Han cock owner of the Grandview rink at the Lost Island lake resort here was drowned yesterday afternoon when a high wind suddenly upset the boat in which he and Donald DeWitt Ogden were hunting ducks DeWitt escaped drowning by clinging to the boat He attempted to hold Hancock afloat but was dragged beneath the surface When he arose he could not see Hancock The lake was dragged during the night but his body was not found until 9 oclock this morning A brother Ross and the father are the survivors of the drowned youth Funeral arrangements have not been announced Mr DeWitt is owner of a miniature golf course at Ogden Deputies Search for Wife of Noah Beery LOS ANGELES Sept 7 Sheriffs deputies acting on unre vealed information obtained from detectives and Noah Beery film actor today began an intensive search for hin wife Marguerite or her hociy in tiie expressed belief she hadbeen murdered Mrs Beery has been missing 10 days HOOVER BLAMED FOR FARM ILLS IN RENO SPEECH Nothing Constructive Has Been Done Says Union Chief MOINES Sept 17 Reno today delivered his last ad dress as president of the Iowa Farmers Union charging the Hoov er administration with failing to take a single constructive step to redeem its campaign pledges to labor and agriculture Reno has announced that he will not be a candidate to succeed himself after having headed the Farmers Union for nine years The federal farm board ha made no effort to effect farm re lief he said The continual drop in agricultural prices is evidence that the board has no solution Instead of attempting to fulfil campaign pledges the administra tion is directly violating every promise If thefarm board succeeds in accomplishing anything at all it will be the absolute peasantizing o American farmers and making them subjects to political ma chine Discredits Farm Board Surely the using of governmen oney to sp ecul ate n eatmo be called successful accomplish ment Reno said no government group in history has been so thoroly dis credited as Hoovers farm He recalled events of the 1928 presidential campaign and said the administration has violatedIts pledge to farmers by employing as promotion agents extension repres Tuni to FaKf t Column HUGKINS TRIAL IS SCHEDULED Investment Trust Head Is Arraigned on Fraud Charges CEDAR RAPIDS Sept 17 Trial of Elmer S Huckins of Han cock Wis on charges growing out of a mysterious investment trust said to have paid investors 26 to 52 per cent is scheduled to get un der way next Tuesday in district court Date for the trial of Huckins on the first of three charges of obtain ing money under false pretenses was set yesterday afternoon by Judge John T Moffit Huckins and ills son George for mer proprietor of a local cigar store were alleged to have oper ated the huge investment scheme The latter is awaiting a review by the Iowa supreme court of his con viction on a similar charge The elder Huckins is now be lieved to be in Chicago Will Rogers MOJAVE Cal Sept you ever see a real 100 per cent dry town Well I did but I had to go to the heart of the desert to do it It was Bodie the old mining town thats been lately monkeygland ed with a new gold scare Mrs Rogers and I blew in there Monday night I wanted to show her what a real live western mining town was like at night Well of all the sad looking messes it was it The night before 20 prohibition of ficers had raided the place and closed hertight Did you ever see a miner on soda pop You cant even con sol him Every throat wns dry and every eye was wet Yours WILL ROGBKS TURN BACK ON HOP A smiling clogeup of Lieut Hnrold Bromley who ivJfh his copilot Harold Gatty turned back to Japan after encounter Ing storms near the Aleutian Islands on their transPacific flight attempt from Tokyo to Tacoma The two were 25 hours in the air before returning to theJapanese coast MRSMCORMICK WfSWTRIES TO HIDE FACTS Espionage Left Behind in Investigation of Campaign pHICAGO Sept 17 by a bristlingstatement from Congressman Ruth Hauna McCor mick Illinois republican senatorial nominee the senate campaign funds investigating committee left the espionage detour behind today to proceed along its main line of questioning The committee headed by Sen ator Gerald P Nye of North Da kota expected to conclude its hear ing on expenditures in Mrs McCor micks primary campaign this week without returning to the charges Mid counter charges of prying un ess Nye said the employment of detectives should be considered part of Mrs McCormicks campaign expenses Denies Snooping Last night Mrs McCormick in a statement charged continued re fusal of the committee to hear evi dence she had collected of alleged appingf of telephone wires at her lome near Byron 111 constituted deliberate effort to suppress the facts I want the public to under stand added the McCormick state Tiirn to 4 Column 2 GOVERNOR SWEPf OUT OF OFFICE BY 110000 MAJORITY Son of Fighting Joins Brother in Government MILWAUKEE Wis Sept 17 A1 name LaFoIlette once again was evoked a thunderous aye from republican voters of Wisconsin They nominated Philip F LaFol ette youngest son of the late Robr srt Marion LaFoIlette as the repub ican candidate for governor in n statewide primary yesterday His majority may reach 110000 Walter J Kohler the manufac urer who swept into office two years ago as a businessman can didate was swept out on the La FoIlette landslide The vote in 2739 precincts out of 2824 was Walter J Kohler 261186 Philip 371018 LaFoIlette assured by unbroken precedent of election this fall wil join his brother Sn public office tt add a new chapter to the LaFollett tradition The brother Robert Ir is United States senator from Wis cbnsin Called Too Young The young LaFoIlette only 3 years old successfully surmovinte tie criticisms that fie was too youn and too inexperienced His fight wai to support the principles brot tip to date which split the republican party in Wisconsin nearly 30 years ago As lender of the progressivere publicans he carried on the battle with the conservatives whose candidate Kohler was He was charged with fomenting a dynasty with being a demagog with stirring up discontent His an swer was a repeated demand that he state vote out Kohler as a mem er of the administration group vhich he held responsible for unem ployment and the business de iression President Hoover was inked with Kohler in responsibil y by progressive leaders Indorsed by Farmers Farmers and workingmen alike ndorsed his declarations He car a large party of the labor vote tho Kohler had been conceded an equal chance The rural districts vhich more than once voted Old Bob into office responded with consistent majorities Not only did LaFoIlette sweep verything before him but his run ningmates in the official cabinet ipparently did likewise Soft poken Sol Levitan who gave he only bright touch to an other Tum to 4 Cnlnmn neviso Jolcn Ordinances JOICE Sept members f the city council here are working n a new set of city ordinances vhich they expect to complete dur ng their next meeting icials Meet to Stan Off Boulder Dam Project Massachusetts Butler Lead Over Opponent Sept 17 of the welter of yesterdays pri mary voting in throe states Philip F LaFoIlette apcared today ptiblican nominee for governor of Wisconsinnnd William M Butler ol Massachusetts was the likely choice of the republicans of his the senate Gov Frank G Allen was renominatcd by the Massachusetts republicans LaFoIlette brother of Senator Robert M LaFoIlette had a steadily widening lead for the nomination over Gov Walter J Kohler andap peared to have wrested controlot the party in the state from the con servative element which the lattor represented Strong supportersof Kohler conceded defeat Wets Out Butler former chairman otthe republican national committee had a much smaller but steadily grow ing margin over Eben S Draper tils wet opponent in the contest seat now held by the rep Senator Frederick H Gillett Marcus led Joseph F ODonhellVbf for the democratic nomination to the same office Three othercandi the race had droppecT far behind Both leading contestants are wet ttonmn Is winner The democratic opponent to Gov irnor Allen will be Joseph B Ely Westfield whose nomination for the governorship was conceded by For mer Mayor John J Fitzgerald Bos on his nearest opponent New York states primaries in vhich national interest was limited o nominations for the house howed the defeat of Representative S Wallace Dempsey republican ockport veteran chairman of the louse and harbors committee His Tim In rntsr 4 Column Studio Flags Fly at Half Mast as Colony Mourns Milton Sills LOS ANGELES Sept 37 tudio flags flew at half mastto ay while Hollywoods film colony lournecl the death of Milton Sills cholar and actor stricken with carts disease while in the prime f life and fame Mrs Doris Kcnyon Sillsthe widow still waa in a serious condi lon because of shock Autopsy surgeons who Avere ailed to determine the4esact ause of Sills death reported yes crday the actor died of angina ectori3 a nearts disease probably sf five years standing Sledge Hammer and Silver Spike Are Implements LAS VEGAS Nov Sept 17 officials and repre sentatives of six western states as sembled here today to take part in he ceremonies marking the begin ning of work on the greatest dam ever 000 Boulder dam project of the Colo rado river Dr Ray Lyman Wilbur secre ary of the interior and personal representative of President Hoover and official parties from California Colorado Utah New Mexico and Vyoming arrived on special trains and in automobile caravans to join Nevada In opening work on the iroject To Build Kailrond A sledge hammer and railroad pike of Nevada silver were the mplemenl of dedication The cere mony seven miles out in the desert his afternoon was arranged to erRld what Dr Wilbur described new era of development of Turn lo Tnse Column POLICE CHIEFS DISCUSS RADIO Greater Use in Iowa Urged by Speakers at State Convention COUNCIL BLUFFS Sept 17 7 police chiefs attending the annual convention of their associa tion here last night were urged by speakers to make further use of the radio in the apprehension ol crim inals Advantages of broadcasting crime news were voiced in talks by Chief J W Giellis of Dubuque Chief W C Bencsh of Cedar Rap ids IT A Alber of DCS Moines and Sheriff P A Lainson of Council Bluffs Election of officers and selection the next convention city Thurs day morning will close the conven tion which is being nltcndcd by some 100 peaco officers IOWA WEATHER Probably fnir Wednesday night nml Thursday slightly warmer Thursday and in ucot portions Wednesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figuresfor hour period ending at 8 oclock Vednesday morning Maximum Tuesduy fi minimum In Night 43 At C A M Wednesday 57 For the first time in September IE mercury Tuesday failed to reach he 70 mark The nights minimum Tas the lowest of the month too Itho several degrees above the rost level   

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