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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                E R HtSUtM 4 ART 0 E P T OF I 0 A A OF S MO I ME S I A North Iowas Edited for the Home THE NKWSIAPUIt THAI MAKES ALL NOKlH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE No 318 Puzzles on Beer Wines Head Is One of Busiest Men in Washington EMPLOYES By CHARLES P STEWART A S H I N GTON Oct 15 Prohibition D i rector Amos W W Woodcock is ono of the busi est officials i n Washington try ing to explain the homemade light wine and b e puzzle p f the Volstead law to parched househol ders thru out the land Can they legal ly concoct such beverages in their own domi ciles for their own use or can they not It may seem as it ought to be easy for anyone who has read the statute carefully to answer this question Believe Colonel Woodcock it is far from it INTEREST in the problem of home I made drinkables has simmered off and on ever since the dry act was passed Just before the last session of congress ended Franklin W Fort of New Jersey set it fairly aboiling with a speech at the capitol arguing that home made wine fs strictly according to the Volstead maybe also home made and urging thirsty folk to be satisfied with that and quit clamoring for repeal of the law What gave his remarks a special poignancy was the fact that the Jersey congressman himself bone dry was regarded by many of his associates as President Hoovers mouthpiece in the house of repre sentatives EVEN then there was beginning to be talk of an increase in wet in various pprtsoKje 126000 Berlin Metal Workers Go on Strike country There likewise already had devel oped a strong demand from Pacific Turn lo PnKO 3 Cnlumn TROOPS PATROL STE GENEVIEVE New Threats of Mob Vio lence Against Negroes Are Evident STE GENEVIEVE Mo Oct 15 Genevieve was under military control today for the sec ond time this week after troops had been recalled when new threats of mob violence became evident re sulting from the failure of a Negro mail carrier and his two brothers to heed a warning to leave town Practically all other Negroes left here after the slaying early Sunday of one white man and the fatal wounding of another by three Ne groes two men and a woman in a robbery Troops were rushed here from De Soto and Feslus after Sheriff Zeig ler had appealed to Governor Caul field for aid in preventing race riot ing They arrived at a m to day and immediately surrounded the courthouse and mounted ma chine guns at vantage points around the building Renewed feeling against the Ne groes flared up last night after the death of Paul Ritter 38 second vic tim of the attack by the three Ne groes Sunday in a St Louis hospi tal Harry Panchot service car driv er who had been engaged by the Negroes was instantly killed LAY DOWN ARMS IN PROTEST OF REDUCED WAGES Strike Presents Menacing Snarl in Economic Tangle DERLIN Oct 15 hun D dred twentysix thousand Berlin metal workers members the largest trade union group in the world laid down their arms at 10 oclock today in protest at govern ments arbitrators award of reduc tion in their wages The reduction was of eight per cent for workers of above 18 years of age and of six per cent for those below that age The strike creates a new and menacing snarl in the German ec onomic and political tangle No one at present ventures to predict what it may mean to the nations econom ic situation since the metal indus try affects so many other branches of industry nor how it may end in view of the metal workers being among the staunchest of republi cans Among the larger plants affectec by the walkout Were the Allgemeine Elektrizitaets Gesellschaft Sic mens Bergman and the Berlin met al works In announcingthe strike had tak eu place union officials explainec that disabled war veterans cud men over 60 years of age had been ex cmpt from the strike order Thesi exempt ones were practically th only persons not to walk out Markets at Glance a FIRST ACTUAL PHOTOS OF R101 DISASTER Above are two of the first actual photographs tho R101 crash near lienuvals France to rench this country Upper A closeup view of one of tho wrecked motors of the jrlant British ship which coat VI lives when it exploded aiid fell to the earth in flames Lower Four survivors a lew hours alter being treated for their injuries Left toriijhtj iK H Bilnks engineer A VBell engineer H Leach foreman of tho RoyalAirship Works and A D Slev radio operator FEDERALS HOLD EDGE SO FAR IN BRAZIL BATTLES Claim Victories on All Fronts in War on Rebels By ASSOCIATED PIIESS THE Brazilian revolution went into Its eleventh day Wednesday with available reports indicating that the federals thus far have the edge in fnilitary operations Federal sources claim victories in all sectors and particularly on the 200mile Sao PauloParana front in the large state of Minas Geraes and in eastern Rio Do Janeiro Government trpops are credited with two victories in upper Rio De Janeiro which remove a menace from the federal capital while troops of President Washington Luis continue to march thru Minas Geraes one of the first three states organizing the revolution Victories in the Sao PauloPar ana sector are claimed in morO than a dozen towns with the rebels gradually being forced southward in Parana This removes immediate danger to the largo city of Sao Paulo the first goal of the south ern revolters Insurgent quarters Continue to make general statements saying that advances of the southern revo lutionaries had the federals badly KIDNAP HEIRESS Mrs Alma Wilson McKinley an heiress and expectant moth er was uhductcd from the home of her parents Mr and Mrs IJenton Wilson it Greenfield Mo by u lone intruder Mrs McKinley was forced to drive herself and the kidnaper away in the family automobileThe girls father is a wealthy oil man Slio was released la to Tuesday AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I love my kin folks as well as anybody does but if they come visitin me in hot weather an dont liulp with the cooldn thoy get corn flakes for hreakfnar an pea nut butter sandwiches for dinner NEW YORK Stocks Strong U S Steel up nearly 4 points Bonds Firm South Americas advance sharply Curb Firm active shares show small gains Butter Unsettled CHICAGO Wheat Steady firm Liverpool and bad weather Canada Corn Easy large receipts and bearish government weather report Cattle Irregular Hogs Higher ADMltiKILLING OF SONINLAW Granddaughter Gives Hint to Police That Inspires Confession ROCKFORD II Oct 15 Questions inspired by a remark of his granddaughter police said today had brot confession from Mike Abena 70 of Chicago that fie hac killed hia soninlaw Frank Domino The killing was discovered lasl Thursday when officers responding to a phone call from Mrs Domino to serve an abandonment warrani on her husband hurried to the home to find Domino dead Neighbors sail that Mrs Domino and her two chii dren a baby in arms and five yeai old Mane had fled The woman surrendered the ncx day and said she had shot her hus band to riealh because he had let her for another woman Ahena vcri fied his daughters statements bu at the funerai of Domino Mari was saio to have remarked that shi saw mother give grandpa the gun Police today were seeking the gui used in Uie killing Japans Ratification Travels East by Air on Its Way to London VICTORIA B C Oct 15 rP Lieutenants Irvin A Woodring an William W Caldwell of the Unite States army took off here at a m C S T today for New Yor with the document attesting Ja pans ratification of the Londo naval treaty Tho document wa brot here on the Japanese line Hikawa Maru yesterday and will h rushed to London DIAMOND THOT WINNING FIGHT Condition Critical Despite Rally From Pulmonary Collapse NEW YORK Oct 15 Legs Diamond New York gang ter who was shot Sunday in his otel room appeared today to be his fight to recover from is five bullet wounds He rallied during the night from pulmonary collapse he suffered esterday afternoon and today Dr C M Burnett chief resident sur eon of Polyclinic hospital de cribed his condition as satisfactory ho still critical When Diamond arrived at the lospital Sunday surgeons said if he ived until nightfall today he would nave an excellent chance of recov ry At that time however the odds vere estimated at 100 to 1 against him Afraid for His Life BERLIN Oct 35 for lis life Jack Legs Diamond New fork gangster made repeated ef forts to have Germany which last month expelled him readmit him 3r Alfred Sandak his attorney said oday in a statement to the press Dr Sandak said that in telegrams to him seeking reentry the gang ster expressed clearly his fear for hia life AtlantaLos Angeles Mail and Passenger Air Service Starts ATLANTA Ga Oct 15 first of three Irimotored planes in augurating Uie AtlantaLos Angeles mailpassenger service took off for Jackson Miss Shreveport La Dal las and Fort Worth Texas at a m todny carrying eight passen gers and a full cargo of mail The passengers included Post master General Walter F Brown Assistant Postmaster General W Irving Glover Major Clarence M Young assistant secretary of com merce Hainer Hinshaw vice presi ent of the Southern Air fast ex iress Postmaster E K Large of Vtlanta and Graham B Grosvenor hairman of the board of the avia ion corporation PIUSX Any Children Born Must Be Baptized as Roman Catholics VATICAN CITY Oct 15 Pope Pius XI today granted a dis pensation permitting the marriage of King Boris III of Bulgaria anc Princess Giovanna of Italy on the written promise from Boris that anj children born of the marriagewith out exception will be baptized and educated as Roman Catholics Boris is a member of the Creel Orthodox church the Bulgarian stat religion and the constitution of hi country says that its king must b of that faith The Princess Giovann is known as a staunch and ferven Roman Catholic The wedding will take place i Assist cathedral Oct 25 in the lowe chapel at the altar of the Madonn of Good Council near the tomb o the Infanta of Savoie daughter o King Carlo Emmanuel I VfcAdoo Wants to Set New Record in Plane COLUMBUS Ohio Oct 15 Villiam Gibbs McAdoo former U 3 secretary of the treasury arrived lere at p m C S T today on a flight from Los Angeles to New York intended to determine he time required for the distance by the average business man NASHUA BOY IS KILLED BY GAR Hugh Davison 19 Receives Broken Neck When Auto Overturns NASHUA Oct Davi on 19 son of Mr and Mrs A C Davison local residents was killed nstantly last evening as he turned is car off the main highway into lie side street leading to his home iis car turned over upon him and he received a broken neck He had just dropped off three ther boys from the car previous to he accident Oliver Tevler a pass ng pedestrian lifted the car while he boys mother dragged him from beneath the wreckage The boy had been graduated from he Nashua high school last June is survived by his parents and wo brothers Carroll and DonaKt funeral services will be held in the ionic tomorrow by the Rev E K Clements pastor of the Methodist church Burial will be in the Green wood cemetery here in Nashua Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct wonder Dwight Morrow stands so much higher in the public estima tion than all our old line politicians You might be against opinions but you admire his way of coming out on everything h e talks on Any other man that had his chance for the presidential nom ination would wait and hedge around and not come out either way and in thaf way embarrass the present pr sident But not Morrow He juut said Monday that he was for the repeal of the eighteenth amendment but not for repeal of Mr Hoovor Hoover will be renominated and elected and if we should happen to have some good times along in 32 over which he has no control why he will win fur ther than ho did last time cause the democrats havent go but ono Smith Youri WILL ROGERS worried The rebels predict that a decisive battle in the Sao Paulo Parana region will be fought Wed nesday or Thursday SUPPORT REBELS WASHINGTON Oct 15 The full support of the state depart ment behind the Brazilian govern ment in the present revolution was officially announced today by Sec retary Stimson In response to questions by news papermen the secretary issued a formal statement which in conclu sion put at rest rumors the Amer ican government xvould not permit munitions to be sold to the Brazil ian government Nothing has come to the notice of the department in the news from Brazil the statement said which changes the attitude of this govern ment to Brazil from that which we would exercise towards any govern ment with which we are in friendly relations Under those circum stances the government of Brazil has a perfect right to buy muni tions in this country LUVERNE BANDIT GETS SENTENCE Sent to Minnesota Prison for 5 to 20 Years for Robbery MANKATO Minn Oct 15 Lawrence O Dagen sentenced yes terday to 5 to 20 years in the Still water penitentiary after pleading guilty to first degree robbery charges was expected to begin his term today Dagen was identified as one of two men who robbed the Luverne Iowa bank last summer He was arrested in Minneapolis hia avowed home shortly after the alleged for gery of checks from the Luverne in stitution The charges leading to his con viction grew out of the Judson Minn robbery in July his extra dition to face the Iowa accusations being refused until the Minnesota charges had been disposed of W C T U Worker Speaks Before Women in Bristow BRISTOW Oct 15 Jean ctte Mann Boston Mass spoke to the women of Bristow in a parlor meeting at the home of Mrs B R Weilnnd last evening Mrs Mann M working under the auspices of the W C T U and has a week to rpcnd in Butler county Four Fascists Seriously Hurt in Clash With Reds DESSAU Germany Oct 15 Pi fascists were sent to hos pitals today with serious injuries and two others with slight injuries after a clash with communists HAVE YOU EVER WRITTEN A LETTER TO FREDERICK J HASKIN MR HASKIN is the director of the Washington Information Bureau of the GlobeGazete He will answer any question of fact that any reader may ask He will act as agent for any cit izen to procure any information that is obtainable under the ruleu of the government In addition to answering ques tions Mr Hnskin distributes all kinds of educational literature for a cost and handling charge of a few cents A very timely offering today is a beautiful new colored map of South America 21 by 26 inches in size with a mass lato statistical data It is just what every reader needs to explain the news dis patches about the various wars and revolts now in progress in South America Here is a Col lars worth information for a dime Send in your name and ad dress today with ten cents in coin or stamps Acldrsss your letter to the GlobeGazette Infor mation Bureau Frederic 1 Hns kin director Washington D C BANDIT LEADER DIES OF WOUNDS AHNight Quiz Brings Little Information of Crimes QPRINGFIELD Mo Oct 15 Jake Fleagle notorious bank robber and murderer shot yester day at Branson Mo when captured by a posse of officers died in a hos pital here today at a m Fleagle shot thru the abdomen when he was surprised by the posse of officers as he boarded a train at Branson was brot to the hos pital here at p m yesterday Hlooil Vessel Ruptured Conscious but weak from his wound and the trip from Bransnn to Springfield in a private automo bile Fleagle grew steadily weaker thru the night and physicians early today saitl he had no chance to live A blood vessel had been rup tured by the bullet Officers sought to question him about various crimes turnout the night but due to his condition little information was obtained Just before he died Fleagle ad mitted he had been hiding in the Oxarks for a year living in an elaborately furnished cabin eight miles south of Hollister in the lake country neqr Branson where the bandit was captured He leased the place last October he said Find Five Guns Officers found five guns in the cabin and a quantity of ammuni tion One gun was identified as the pistol with which Fleagle shot at the postmaster at Tracey Cal in a holdup He missed and officers obtained the bullet and thru it de termined it came from the gun found today Fleagle who was conscious until about five minutes before he died asked that all the furniture and per sonal effects in the cabin go to his mother Asked if he had any money hidden he declined to answer Federal officers also announced here today that Dr George O De Moss had been arrested this morn ing at Strcator Til as a participant in the Tracey Cal postoffice rob bery led by Fleagle Miss Ingalls Arrives at Wichita on Flight WICHITA Kans Oct 15 Pi Laura Ingalls St Louis avialrix seeking to establish a new west to cast transcontinental flight record for women arrived here from Ama rillo Texas at C S T 10 day The time of her departure was uncertain because of bad weather reported between here and St Louis her next scheduled slopr S WRIT ORDERS 4 CLINIC AIDS TO STOP PRACTICE Court Ignores Owner of Muscatine Cancer Institute MUSCATINE Oct 15 Clarence L Ely today Harry M Hoxsey Charles Gearing Myrtle Gcsham and Mary Turner four employes of the Baker Cancer institute from practicing medicine without a license No injunction however was issued against Nor man Baker the owner who was one of the defendants Judge Ely held that he was re stricted in his riilinglo the time in which all five defendants were as sociated together at the cancer in stitute He said that no evidence could be considered before the ar rival of Hoxsey last March 14 I think that the evidence during the time Dr R M Arey wns at the nstitute Elys ruling said shows that Bakers acts came within the violation of the statute but I do not feel that they can be considered on ihe question of the injunction be cause they took place before Hox seys arrival First Action Brot The trial of Baker and his as sociates opened Sept 8 after an ap plication by the state for a tern porary injunction had been earlier have practiced Tnecllcme u without licenses by treatingipatients and other diseases at Bakers hospital First action was hrot May 7 when the state filed its request for a tem porary injunction In June the de fendants moved to dismiss the peti tion and the court sustained their motion Attorneys for Baker denied that he and his employes had professed to be regularly licensed physicians or that they ever assumed the duties of such They claimed that the in stitute employed licensed doctors who diagnosed treated and pre scribed for the patients Severed Itelatlons Before the trial on the application for a permanent injunction started v 2 Column HELDNMANN ACT VIOLATION Two Men Accused of Drug ging and Kidnaping Cedar Rapids Girl CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 15 The return of John Sullivan and El mer Snyiler to face grand jury ac tion on charges of violating the Mann act was expected today They were arraigned yesterday in Dauville 111 on charges preferred by Mrs Wallace Lovell who ac cused them of drugging and kid naping her daughter Irene Lovell 19 The girl returned to her home here Monday from Champaign 111 ffie Wea IOWA WEATHER ISnin Wednesday night and Thursday colder in extrcmn wst portion Weclncsdny night Colder Thursday much colder in west portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tucsdiiv 57 Minimum in Night 42 At 8 A M Wednesday 4fi Weather analysists will have to dig deep into their records to find another autumn with no killing frost up including Oct 15 Tues day nights minimum wasnt even near the freezing mark   

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