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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 30, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas LY PA Edited for the Home MARLON1 E R HIS MEM ART IOWA MO I WES I A NEVVSIAIEK THAT MAKKS ALL NORTH UJWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION XXX VI CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 301930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 3Q5 STUDENTS HURT IN RIOT v lEfJTH CHARGE ALlEDSLANDER s iMcCorrnicks Talk Labeled False and Libelous Sept 30 A warning to newspapers that pe ate cU publication of Mrs Ruth nna McCormicks Barges against the senate cam ign funds investigating commit tee will be re garded as wil ful and malicious libel was issued yesterday over the signatures of four members of the committee The statement characterized the accusations of the Illinois re publican senator ial nominee as false ous It repeated a specific denial accusations and have Ruth Hanna McCormtck jji each of her iarged Unit newspapers een induced by Mrs McCormicks organized publicity to misrep activities of the commit 3rt Ihe news of its proceed Repeatedly print false state the tongue and pen of 7ormick in apparent dis libel laws t future waiv an right of the Vomrmttee or individual it or any jTploye of it tobring iaction for iiat has already been put med ofa libelous and slanderous iture x t In Centralia 111 Mrs iplied to the committee with a atement that the group was now tempting to throttle the press ot ie United States The four com Utteeman saidMrs McCormick the effrontery to continue to ike statements which are not onlj Isa in fact but which she herself st know to be false HARGE ON MOB WIT BAYONETS r Guardsmen Protect fegro From Lynching Party Ala Sept SO W jAtter use of tear gas and bayou ts by national guardsmen to pro a Negro prisoner from a mob 11 was cjulet at the county jai to 1 Guardsmen charged with fixed lyonets as a crowd estimated at iOO persons advanced last night I ropediff area around the jail G E Henderson Negro is a as a suspect in the slaying of E Ross Huntsville businessman ss vyaafehottp death in his home pight by a Negro intruder Rossj who also was shot and htly injured has notidentified as the slayer I wonder if rnity sure enough lasts ever or if it just seems it way to folks because r is Sunday Urges National Group to Back Branch Banking SEEKS RECORD Robert Buck 16yearold pilot snapped in tho cockirit of the plane in which lie is flying across the country seeking to lower the junior transcontinen tal record MMANYCUTS EXECUTIVE PAY Salary Reduction Pat of Bruening Program of Economy Sept 30 slashing of government expendl turesinvolving salary cuts forpub lic officials and employes begin ning with President on Hinderi burg himself a holt to the upward march of taxes weighing oh indus try and aclear cut determination to restqre German and foreign con fidence in the nations financial fu ture were the outstanding features of Chancellor Bruenings new finan cial program announced publicly today Unemployment insurance which lately has been a tremendous drain on the treasury will be made stern ly selfsupporting Federal payments to statetreas uries will be lowered drastically Government relief of the poor will be regulated and limited Thewhole financial administra tion of Germany will be overhauled and simplified The state taxation system will be rearranged to lift burdens from in dustry and farming In this connec tion farms worth less than will be exempt from taxation The tax on bachelors and bachelor girls will remain A tax on smoking tobacco and smoking materials is expected to yield 160000000 marks Hitler Warns Bruenimj MUNICH Bavaria Sept 30 Adplph Hitlers newspaper Voel Jdscher Bepbechter today pub lished a warningtothe government that if Chancellor Bruemcg resorts to extraparliamentary means to force his program of financial re form his government will become illegal and thereby summon the peo ple to similar Illegality Lung Illness Takes Life of First Earl of Birkenhead LONDON Sept 30 Edwin Smith 58 the first Earl of Birkenhead statesman died just before noon today after an extended illness with a bronchial ailment His crowded political life included a role as prosecutor of Sir Roger Casement Irish leader who was hanged after conviction for treason lord high councillor and secretary of state for India He had been ill for several months of a lung congestion and several times recently had been near death He suffered a serious relapse and recurrence of the lung trouble Sun day and after a troubled night last night his life ebbed quickly A bulletin issued by his physicians today gave notice of his death It said The Earl of Birkenhead passed peacefully away at a quar ter past eleven this morning 111 Sineo April Lord vBirkenhead had not been well since April when he broke a blood vessel while spending a golf ingholiday at Biarritz Lady Birk enhead and her daughter Eleanor summoned from Lon Bon Vto Biarritz but Lord recovered sufficiently return home Lady BirJcenhead and other mem bers of the family were at the bad side when Lord Birkenhead died v King GeorgBj on hearing1 of the passing ofthe great statesman sent a message of sympathy to LadyBirkenhead The Earlof Birkenhead Is suc ceeded in the earldom by the 23 yearold Viscount Furneaux whose courtesy title was a subsidiary honor which accompanied the earl dom when it was conferred in 1922 Born Boy Lord Birkenhead gained prom inence by taking part in crushing the 1926 general strike He was born a poor boy nut won a scholarship at Oxford made a swift success at His Majestys bar and finally became of the kings conscience a quaint Turn to Pace 8 Column B Early Trial Foreseen for Youth Accused of Fatally Injuring Boy SPIRIT LA KB Sept 30 early trial was foreseen here today of Roy Schumacher of Okabenai Minn indicated on chafges of man slaughter word from County Attorney K D Welty that he would seek an immediate trial Schumacher was indicted yester day on charges of manslaughter and driving an automobile while intoxi cated growing out of the accident Sept 20 in which Vincent HIghley 13 of Montgomery was fatally In ured Arraignment was set for today be fore Judge S C Davison Claims Marsnalltown Official Took Liquor MARSHALLTOWN Sept 30 Wl F Glassco former chief of po lice was charged today by Peter A Red Kelster with having ac cepted a half load of liquor on a take some and leave some basis for police protection here Glassco is being tried on a county grand jury indictment charging liquor conspir acy Will Rogers Saysr BEVERLY HILLS Cal Sept reading a lot lately that guy Hitler in Ger many thats getting quite a fol lowing He ad vocated forget ting everything connected with the peace treaty and starting all over And that is about what will bap pen in a few years They will all get tired paying debts to each other and Our generation had nothing to do with it If those old timers wanted to have war why didnt pay for it and boy that will discourage war The minute nations find nobody Is going to pay em anything after its over anyway they will say whats the use going in Fighting wars on credit can put you In the aahcan Just like buying everything on credithas put us there Yours WILL STATESMAN DIES Englands secretary of state for India the Earl of Birlien head above died Tuesday of bronchial pneumonia at his London home Probe Seems Probable in Oil Charges Wilbur Vigorous in Defense of His Policy WASHINGTON Sept30 congressional airing appeared like ly today for the charges of favorit ism to large oil companies brot against Secretary Wilbur by Ralph S Kelley in resigning as chief of the field division of the federal land office in Denvex The interior secretary refused to accept Kelleys resignation but an nounced the latters suspension from office welcoming a full investiga tion Kelly in New York said last nighthe did not regard himself any longer an employe of the interior department and restated the charges made in his letter of resig nation which he made public Sun day Defends OH Policy The former land office man added he would be prepared to amplify his charges later and would be ready to appear before a congres sional committee should the sug gestion of Chairman Nye of the sen ate lands committee for an Investi gation ba approved Secretary Wilbur made a vigor ous defense of his oil land policy and said he had directed Kelley to to Pare 8 Column 0 HELPS TWOGANOSTEB Gains Release of Men Placet on List of Public Enemies CHICAGO Sept 30 Darrow stood up in court yesterday for two public enemies and go them out on bond In five minutes He termed the arrest of the ene Red Barker and William ThreeFingered Jack outrageous If the authorities wish to har ass the lawless he said they should do it legally There is no such charge in law as a public en emy The vagrancy law under which Barker and White were arrested provides for release under bond Darrowsaid Yet men are being taken to court charged with vagrancy and made to furnish 000 bonds he added Cannon in Capital t6Answer Charges WASHINGTON sept so Bishpp James Cannon Jr of the Methodist Episcopal church south was back In Washington today pre paring todefend himself against ac cusations brot by four ministers ol his church during1 his absence In Brazil KILLER SUSPECT HELD BY POLICE IN ZUTA MURDER Danny Stanton Public Enemy Capturedat Courthouse HICAGO Hept 30 Stanton purported Capone aid was seized today on a warrant charging him with the murder of Jack Zuta Zuta reputed to have been the brains of the George Bugs Moran gang was slain Aug 1 as he fed Lickels into a slot ma chine at Delafield Wis Detectives nabbed Stanton as he left a courtroom where a vagrancy charge against him ia pending There is also a charge of carrying concealed weapons pending against him The gun he is alleged to have car ried was linked to the Zuta slaying by ballistics tests of bullets fired from it Trial on the vagrancy charge is set for Oct 16 A jury will decide on the truth of the charge Stanton oncf headed his own gang on the south side Recently he is said to have joined the Capone or ganization as head of the union la bor department The warrant on which Stanton was arrested was not in the hands ofipolice tfiicVthey were informed it was on the way from Waukesha Wis The police also had word from Wisconsin that steps would be taken to extradite Sianton if He refused to return to that state voluntarily Issue Warrant for Stanton WAUKESHA Wis Sept 30 UP warrant charging Danny Stan ton Chicago gangster with first de gree murder in the slaying of Jack Zuta at a Delafield dance hall wag ordered issued this afternoon by District Attorney Herman Salcn Salen said a deputy sheriff had been Instructed to go to Ocononio woc and obtained the warrant in court there then proceed at once to Chicago Well put Stanton on trial just as quickly as we get him back here Salen said We are prepared to extradite him if he refuses to come voluntarily We can try the case any time FLOOD GASES ARE SETTLED Remaining Actions Are Not to Be Tried in Court Remaining cases pending against the Peoples Gas and Electric com pany for alleged flood damages to property near Willow creek havo been settled out of court it was an nounced at the courthouse The cases had been set for trial Monday Chief among the actions that hac been pending was that of Lottie B DeCqu to whom 12 others had made assignment of their claims Tha to tal sought in this action was 40205 The case of C I Clark against the company also understood to be settled was a claim for 510000 in alleged damages No stipulation was filed in con nection with tho settlement Three Charged With Abandoning Child in Field at Sioux City SIOUX CITY Sept 30 Three indictments by the Woodbury county grand jury as the result of the abandonment of a baby in a cornfield near the city limits about a month ago were announced to day Warrants charging abandonment of an infant under six years of age have been issued against Mrs Char lotte Cairns 54 MIsa Ruth Cairns her daughter and Harold Cairns a son all of Glidden The three have signed written confessions that they deserted the illegitimate child of Mica Edith Cairs 19 year old daughter of the family in a cornfield near here SEYMOUR RESIGNS Associated Press Pfcojr Victor Seymour Lincoln Nebr assistant vice chairman of the republican national sena torial committee resigned after his name was involved in tho investigation of tho candidacy of u second George W Norris who opposed Senator George W Norris in the Nebraslta pri mary GOVERNOR WINS BflipOTE Roosevelt Will Run on Wet Platform Against C H Tuttle SYRACUSE N Y Sept 30 Fi Franklin D Roosevelt was unanimously renomlnated by voice vote at the democratic state conven tion hero today Lieut Gov Herbert H Lehman also was renomtnated In the same manner OpposingRoosevelt at the No vember election will be Charles H Tuttle republican nominee who al so declared for repeal of the prohi bition law and Dr Robert Paris Carroll Syracuse university profes sor nominated by a combination of dry organizations The democratic plank advocates restorationto the states of the right to control the manufacture anc transportation of liquor within their boundaries and pledges upon repea of the eighteenth amendment the adoption of such regulatory mea sures in the state of New York as will promote temperance banish the saloon and recognize the principle of home rule in all localities In another plank the democrats condemn the Hoover administration and hold republican rule responsi ble for the business depression Hecht Thinks Chain System Is Inevitable las Unanimous Sup port of Commission on Policy CLEVELAND Ohio Sept 30 UP that the Amer can Bankers association break away from long adopted policy f opposing branch banking was made today at the general conven ion of the association by R S lecht president of the Hibernia Sank and Trust company New Or eans and chairman of the associa tions economic policy commission Hecht said he had the unanimous jacking of the commission which s the tankers advisory body It was proposed that some ex tension of branch banking privil eges within sich restricted territor ial limits as experience has proved would be economically sound and will inevitably come Would Strengthen Brinks Adoption of this recommenda Jon by the association would be justified by the fact that economic forces are ruiining counter to the as sociations present rigid policy he said Ho said branch banking would strengthen tho position of banks in the rural districts which now oper ating independently are finding It increasingly difficult to make money In support of this statement Markets at Glance a NEW YORK Stocks weak market breaks on Sisto failure Bonds firm domestic rails strong Curb weak scores of issues touch new low Foreign exchanges easy Spanish peseta at new low Butter steady Sugar steady Cuban support Coffee lower commission house selling CHICAGO Wheat firm higher Liverpool anc rumors large export business Cornfirm frost central west and firm southwest markets Cattle irregular Hogs steady to lower Buck Ends Leg of Try for New Speed Recorc EAST ST LOUIS 111 Sept 30 Buck 16yearold Eliz abethN J aviator attempting tr set a new junior transcontlnenta night record landed here at am completing a flight from In dlanapolis in 2 hours After refuel irigr he took off at a m fo Wichita Kans his next stop SIX WOUNDED IN GUN FIGHT WITH POLICE GUARDS Rioters Fire Into Air Shouting Down With Machado HAVANA Sept 30 per sons were wounded two prob ably fatally in a gun fight between police and university students when the students armed themselves and marched toward the presidential palace before noon today Tho students marched from Aguirre park waving banners and firing in the air with shots of down with Machado Large numbers of police were rushed to the scene and a heavy guard was thrown about the presi dential palace The students grappled with the officers attempt ing to disarm them Suddenly some ono shouted shoot to kill The police opened fire and several students fell For the jiext 25 minutes a battle was waged during which many shot were fired by both sides before the students were rounded up with thearrival of reenforcements Meanwhile two smaller clashes started in other parts of the city Ono group of students fought the police at a precinct station in Sail Lazaro street using their fists against the guns of the Many students were arrested Aiii other group ran along San Lazaro street shouting and waving flags The American embassy imme failures and expressed belief that branch banks spported by large parent institutions in cities could supply requisite service in localities where independent unit banks would have difficulty in surviving 275 Chain Banks Where economic conditions justify It the independent unit bank should be fostered Hecht said He said there are now 275 def initely known groups of chain bank organizations In the United States comprising about 2000 member banks embrpciug some 15 billions of dollars in bank resources and oper ating In all except about a half dozen states About 25 per cent of banking fa cilities are now involved in one form or another of multiple organization of the chain group or branch bank ing type and that of all bank loans and Investments these multiple sys tems hold more than halt or some thirty tillion of dollars he said Attack Prohibition A resolution proposing the as sociation go on record demanding the repeal of all federal prohibition laws and the enactment ot legisla tion setting up federal and state liquor control was presented to the resolutions committee today It was prepared by Pasqualicchio president of the Bank of Italy Erie Pa and was backed by the Erie bankers delegation and other Penn sylvania bankers The resolution attacked prohibi tion as a bane to national proapper ity and a detriment to the national morale FIREBUGS USE GASOLINE PAIL California Pyromaniacs Keep One Jump Ahead of Police Radium Mine Found Near Ontario City TORONTO Sept 30 deposits which give promise of ex ceeding that of the Belgian congoV now the worlds richest supply have been discovered near Wilberttorcei Ontario Dr G E Richards head of the Xray department of the Torontd general hospital said Investigations over three or four years had uncov ered an apparently extensive deposit which averaged 186 milligram of radium a ton of ore This is ahigher average than found in the Congo He said the deposits could be brot Into production within six months Dr Richards expressed the belief that the deposits will produce suf ficient radium to supply the entire British empire He said money for development had been offered in the United States but that the directors of the company were unanimous in wishing the development to be kept In Canada Charles McCrea Ontario minister of mines said while provincial geo logists have been investigating the find the question whether the govi ernment would expropriate the prop erty had not yet been considered The group behind the discovery consists largely of medical men whose sole interest is In the quick development of radium for medical treatment Announcement of the discovery followed closely anounce ment by Premier Ferguson that tha province proposes spending 500000 for the purchase of radium to comr bat cancer OAKLAND Gal Sept 30 Two firebugs using buckets of gas oline to speed the destruction set fire to several buildings and auto mobiles here early today keeping one jump ahead of police and fire men who trailed them and extin guished the flames Persons who saw the pyroman iacs at work said they were using a closed automobile in which they car ried the gasoline in pails There they were seen to stop throw a pail of the Inflammable liquid on a building or automobile apply a match and speed away After a two hour hunt In which all officers in Oakland and Berkeley participated Frank Creeley 29 and C Lund 27 were arrested as suspects Represents Iowa DBS MOINES Sept 30 jutant General W H Bailey is in Boston this week attending the gen eral convention of National Guard officers He is officially represent ing the Iowa National Guard IOWA WEATHER Fair Tuesday night frost In northeast and probably in ccn tral portions Wednesday fnir In cast portion increasing cloudi ness in west portion Slightly warmer Wednesday LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar cbmpany weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Monday 62 Minimum in tho Night SO At 8 A M Tuesday 40 Heavy Frost   

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