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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home II Y COMP HARLON HIS MEM OEPT OF ART THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AM NORTH IOWAJJ3 NEIGBTBORS MASQN CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 18 CITY EDITION King Looks for Strife Senator Says Spain Will Not Settle Right Down By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON April 18 CPA Wil liam H King of Utah in the cios est travel and per sonal observation all lawmak ers in Washing ton with the in terplay of Euro pean political in fluences does not look to see much effect from King Alsonsos over throw upon oth er old world gov ernments i i I The surviving monarchies in England Belgium and Scandinavia he points put already are more democratic than the av erage republic Italy he sees as more in Mussolinis hands than its kings Balkan royalties he does not indeed consider by any means secure on their thrones but such developments as may conceivably result at almost any time in the Turn to Pnge 14 Column GANGSTElLOSES BATTLE IN COUR Guzik Latest Chicagoan Fall Before Income Tax Charge CHICAGO April IS other victory for the government i its income tax offensive agains Chicago gangsters and others wa in the record of the federal cour today Guzik whose brother Jac i is reputedly the business manage A les enterprise it object of th sentedC6cl to year UnoTj aday in federal prison a LeavenwbrthKans andwas fine byFederal Judge James H Wilkerson Granted Execution Stay Judge Wilkerson granted Guzi astay Of execution until June 1 t permit him to straighten outhi affairs before going toprison Guziks plea brot to six the num ber of income tax cases in whlc the government to date has bee successful against gangland mem tiers Guzik followed in the steps o Frank Nitti another Capone fol lower Nitti was sentenced to l months on a plea of guilty Jack Guzik stood trial but was convictec and sentenced to five years and a day Heappealed Sentences Await Appeal Terry Druggan and Fraakie Lake reputed beer barons also hav pleaded guilty out their sentence are awaiting the outcome of an ap peal by Ralph Capone brother o Alphonse Ralph Capone was sen tenced to three years In addition Alphonse Canone wai recently sentenced to six months fo contempt of court for failing tore spond to a summons from a federa jury that was Investigating incomes IA11 of the men except Sam Guzik are listed by Chicago author ities as public enemies failure to file returns for 1827 1928 and 1929 was the charge against Guzik UNITEDPRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 135 FOR COMPROMISE Volunteers and Police Fight New Jersey Fire NEWARK N x April is Twentyone forest fires varying intensity were fought by hundred of state police and volunteers ii New Jersey today AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I reckon that new tenor in the choir had a good voice but I couldnt listen for thinkin easy it would be for a doctor to get at his tonsils INSURGENTS AIM RAIDS UPON US LIVESPROPERTY Government Unable to Protect Citizens in Interior nUERTO GABEZAS Nicaragua April 18 in the Puerto Cabezas district harried by insurgent and outlaw attacks dur ing the last weekwere reported to day by R J Salassi local manager 5f the Standard Fruit company to DC evacuating their homes and businesses Their action follows killingof nine American citizen in this general area since Friday of last week and receipt of a telegram from Alvin T Rowe American consul at Blue fields warning that the United States government cannot under take their general protection British Nervous Rowes message has been received consternation thruout this sec tion not only by American but by British citizens who feel their own problem of protection may be gravely complicated by the Wash ington governments decision Refugees from outside Puerto say that the insurgents ap pear to be most interested in kill ing Americans and Jamaicans and in destroying American property A Kiln i L 1 a Begin Leaving Homes DEPOSED QUEEN REACHES PARIS Altho all Is quiet here It Is feared that as soon as naval protection is withdrawn will at tempt to overwhelm the localNic guarcL force kill Americans and destroy all Ameri can property Associated Press Photo Press tclephoto shows Victoria former nueen of n Hwl wlth April 1G to join her husband Future was flown to London sent to New lork over Western Union cablea and telephoned to Chicago Queen Marie of Rumania Calls on Spanish Exiles T rt i A Bluefields dispatch said that 20 national guardsmen have been ordered from Bluefields to rein force under Colonel J Mnr ston already in the Puerto Cabezas area Some of Colonel Marstons patrols reconnoitering yesterday near Cabo Gracias a Dios captured during the week by insurgents cap tured 18 of the outlaws and return ed with them to Puerto Cabeaas REFUGEES ARRIVE PILOT TOWN La April 18 UF steamship Cefalu bearing Nicaraguari refugees and two bodies of men slain by bandits steamed quarantine at the mouth of the Mississippi river 100 miles below New Orleans shortly after 8 oclock today The Cefalu was boarded at quar antine by a doctor a special cus Tnrn to Fnee 2 Column IRWIJOJiVESTlP HIS INDIAN POST Willingdon Former Gover nor General of Canada Is New Viceroy By JAMES A MILLS OMRA v r Pon BOMBAY India April 18 Viceroy Lord Irwin just turned 50 years old today relinquished his nigh post in India to Earl Willing er governer general of and India aided by many Indians of all creeds and races participated in an im iressive farewell to Lord Irwin as fle stepped down from five years in power and sailed for England Indian princes high government officials civilians military and ec clesiastical dignitaries and great crowds of the rank and file as T Jet at the arch sometimes ailed the gateway to India to bid tne retiring viceroy bon voyage One of the men most affected by us departure today was possibly Us greatest political enemy Ma latma Gandhi The two thruout the nimositles raised by the civil dls hedienee campaign remained firm ersonal friends I shall see you in London at the second round table Lord Irwin said to Gandhi In goodbye Gandhi smiling cryptically ans wered at is in Gods hands He his clasped hands in front of lm In the manner of a high priest s If blessing the departing viceroy nd bowed his heal reverently Ob ilously deeply affected Lord Irwin lasped his hand Lord Wiillngdon took the oath of ffice at p m He formerly vas governor of Bombay presldencv nd Madras Worried on Safety of Sister Princess Beatrice PARIS April 18 W for her sister Batrifie a princess o Spain Queen Mother Marie of Ru mania has sought from the exile Alfonso and Victoria their firs hand account of the bloodless revo lution which overturned the thron and set up a Spanish republic Queen Marie the Princess Ileana and the wife of the Grand Duk Cyril of Russia motored from Brit tany yesterday and closeted them selves with the exiles in their apart ment at the Hotel Meurice for hal an hour Later Marie and Ileana left for Germany Beatrice in Safety The exiled king and queen are believed to have reassured Marie as to Beatrices safety altho members of the royal entpurage today pro fessed not to know her whereabouts It was understood in Paris that she had remained in Madrid at the bedside of the aged Infanta Isabella aunt of King Alfonso who because of her great age and infirmity is considered safe with her entourage from any antimonarchist popular demonstrations Wife of Infanta Beatrice is the wife of the Infante Don Alfonso favorite cousin of the deposed king Her husband and the Duke Miranda were the kings companions on the trip by automo bile cruiser and train into exile Wednesday and Thursday King Alfonso and Queen Victoria tired put by the arduous week are spending their time here resting They have made no decision as yet to where they will make their res idence Alfonso has dropped his ti tle of king and wishes to be known simply as Duque de Toledo or Duke of Toledo one of his many titles Monarchist Refugees Arrive GIBRALTAR April 8 archist refugees from Spain contin ued to crowd into this city today one of the latest arrivals being the Infante Carlos de Bourbon cousin of King Alfonso VON AGH FREED BY MURDERJURY Defense Claims Former Des Moines Woman Died of Fall Injuries OMAHA April 18 de liberating five hours a district court jury last night found Frank Von Ach of Omaha not guilty of the murder of Mra Eldon Burns former Des Moines woman whose body was found in Van Acbs apart ment Feb 26 The defendant said that on Feb 23 Mrs Burns came home Intoxl cated and fell down a flight of steps Injuring her head Dr S McCleneghan Omaha coro ner testified that Mrs Burns died I of a brain hemorrhage Following From Pan America Airplane NC943M April Saj that Venzuela is quite a countrj They have a fellow named Gome that is the local Alfalfa Bill Murraj and he really runs it N They might call him a dictato but they are the only ones tha seem to get anything done in thes times I want to get back down there and see him sometime He i the real McCoy Just breezing into Trinidad por of Spain and English island to spend the night and the language will be as foreign to me as the Spanish Saturday night with Colonel Theo dore Roosevelt at San Juan Porto Rico Oh yes and the Virgin islands et them today too Yours 0 int PORTUGAL WARS ON REBEL ISLES Government Claims Two oJ Azores Garrisons Have Surrendered LISBON Portugal April 18 official communique published oday said that the government had effected surrender of two rebel gar rlsons in the Azores The islands of Sao Jorge and iraciosa are now in the hands of roops from the cruiser Carvalhc Araujo and the destroyer Damao he communique said and the ring eaders of the rebellion there are under arrest An ultimatum has been sent to he rebels on the island of Tcrceira hat If they do not surrender imme diately the Island will be bom larded Drince Bibesco and Companions in Air Crash Will All Live BENARES Northwest Provinces ndia April 18 Geroge 3lbesco head of the ancient Ru manian family of that name and he three men who crashed with itn yesterday in a night between Wlahabad and Gaya were brot here oday The prince who Is head of the In ernational Aeronautic federation vas injured less severely than the thers who were seriously burned ut physicians believe that all will ecover CATALONIA WILL NOT USE ARMS IN GAINING LIBERTY Division of Spain Lef to Constitutional Convention By CLARENCE DUBOSE Associated Press Staff Correspond cnt MADRID April IS alonias battle for independence wil be fought by its orators in the hall of a national constitutional convert tion and not by soldiers on battl fields The new provisional govermnen here today hailed the victory o three of its minister who after at airplane flight to Barcelona las night wrung from the Catalonian president Col Francisco Macia a pledge to submit separatist de mands and demands for politica autonomy to the projected contsitu tional convention meanwhile coop crating with Madrid Causes No Apprehension The accord reached at Barcelona removed the most pressing of the political problems facing the junta set up by Don Niceto Alcala Za mora provisional president Ale jandro Lerrox minister of state said that the other pressing separatis movement that of the Basque prov inces had not taken definite form and was causing no apprehension Colonel Macia at Barcelona an nounced the accord with Madrk from a government bouse balcou to a cheering crowd informing ther thatit nadbeendecided thattlf Catalonian republic would cease t exist for the time being but woul bear the name Commonwealth o Catalonola a unit In the Spantst republic federation Would Havo Used Force The Barcelona negotiations were carried on by Fernando de Los Rios minister of justice Marcelino Do mingo minister of Instruction ant Luis Nicolau Dolwer minister of economy a Catalan Prior to their departure Lerroux bad said the Mad rid government would not have hesi tated to use force to maintain Span ish Spain as a whole Gen Diamaso Berenguer who be came premier of Spain when Gen Primo de Rivera relinqulshec power last night gave himself up to police after reading in Madric newspapers that the government wanted him to answer for his re sponsibility for execution of the two rebel leaders Capt Fermyn Galan and Garcia Hernandez at Jaca last December The provisional government an nounced It would recognize all debta of the monarchy the Immediate re sult being strengthening of stocks and securities on the exchange It was understood that there has as yet been no draft on the 560000000 credit arranged for the previous government by the J P Morgan in erests in New York Italys Stand in Doubt ROME April 18 Italy will recognize the new Span sh republican soon or at all was inged with doubt today One of the questions being con sidered it was said was what atti ude the new republic may take toward the proposed AustroGer man customs accord London Recognition Expected LONDON April 18 nition of the new Spanish republic y Great Britain is expected soon by political observers here but the opinion was that it would not come until a routine exchange of views Between the foreign office and the iominion government CHICAGO AGAIN SHORT OF FUNDS lity Experts Wonder Where Pay for Employes Will Come From CHICAGO April 18 eeds money The citys fiscal experts say they re concerned about where the cash s coming from to pay employes fter May 1 A tax muddle is re ponslble Officials have looked to the sale f 1931 tax anticipation warrants o help fij tho citys coffers but the anks have served notice they will make no more loans until tax as essmcnt boards of Cook county are onsolidated so as to Insure regular ollections A bill to bring this about pending before the state leglsla urc at Springfield Siamese King and Queen on Train to N Y Royal Couple to Enter United States in North Dakota VANCOUVER B C April 18 king and queen of Slam bound on a half way around tho world journey for treatment of his majestys eyesight sped eastward thru the Canadian Rockies today aboard a New York bound special train With King Prajadhipoks partici pation in public receptions at Vic toria and Vancouver prevented by a slight attack of bronchitis the wel coming ceremonies for tho royal party here yesterday were brief His majesty went directly from the liner empress of Japan which brot the royal party from the Orient to the train and retired The train left here late last night and will enter the United States at Portal N Dale Sunday noon Stops have been arranged at Minneapolis and Chicago and the destination Westchester N Y will be reached about noon Wednesday During the day on shipboard the king in morning clothes and a silk hat visited the crew and officers conferring the order of the white elephant upon Commander Samuel Robinson under whose direction the liner set a new tranaPacific record for the voyage from tho Orient After an operation for removal of a cataract from his left eye the king and his party will be guests on a Long Island estate The king and queen will be given a state recep tion by President Hoover in Wash ington MAYOR STANDS ON HIS RECORD Walker Says He Wants No Attorneys to Plead His Case NEW YORK April 18 Mayor Walker finishing his reply o the charges of incompetency that have been filed against him has an nounced flatly that lie intends to stand on the record of his adminis tration I want no attorneys or counsel or advocates he said Either the record that I am responsible for is or it is bad If tho records jood Im good If the record is bad Im bad The mayor stated his position yesterday at a meeting of the board of estimate when Stewart Browne resident of the United Real Estate Owners association began an un solicited defense of the present ad ministration In city hall In the past Browne has bee a frequent critic of the mayor The mayors answer to the charge of condoning negligence and encour againg corruption probably will be filed with Governor Roosevelt Mon day FLIES FAST MAIL Associated PttssPhoto O W Coyle above will pilot tho first mail piano to leave Los Angeles on Iho new 24 hour schedule to New York April 20 House Refuses to HOOVERS DRIVE DOWN TO GAMP Rapidan Visit Is First Made by President Since Last Fall ORANGE Va April 18 resident and Mrs Hoover arrived it the Rapidan camp near here be ore lunch time today after a mo or trip from Washington It is the first trip of the chief xecutive to the Rapidan since last all altho Mrs Hoover spent a few ays there during the latter part of larch Mrs Hoover and their son Mian will be with him over the veekend Invited to the camp were Secre ary and Mrs Hyde Justice anil tfrs Stone Solicitor General and Krs Thatcher Walter Newton and Urs Newton Lawrence Richey As istant Secretary Heath of the rensury Assistant Secretary ahncke of the navy and Mark ullivan jua dalupe Duran Must Keep Peace Until 101 LOS ANGELES April 18 ntil ho is 101 years old Guadalupc uran of Downey must keep out of rouble or go to jail In court for elling beer here he was put on pro ation two years He is 99 Enabling Measure DES MOINES April 18 house today refused by a vote of 45 to 56 to recall from the governor the road bond enabling bill Representative LeRoy Shields Clarke county sponsor of the pro posal asked the recall on the ground that the bill is not fully sat isfactory to the governor and that many senators did not understanc its contentwhen the original vote The senators are capable 01 reading the English language sale Representative Harry Greene Pot tawattamie If this bill does not suit the governor he knows what he can do I am getting tired of pussyfootingand blackmail to force the income tax to a vote Defends Turner Denying that this was an effort to press the tax bill Representative Ed Brown Polk defended Gov Dan W Turner and urged that the house save him from embarrassment A suggestion that a corrective amendment be made to any portion which did not suit objectors was brot forward by Representative F W Elliott Scott Representative John T Hansen his Davenport col league however declared the attor ney general has ruled that an un signed bill cannot bo amended Nolls Down Refusal The house nailed down its refusal laying on the table a motion to reconsider the vote The second roll call was 55 to 42 Just before tho subject was brot up the house presented a watch to Speaker Francis Johnson In appre ciation for his services Representa tive Leonard Simmer administra tion floor leader in a speech com plimented Johnson on his fairness Body of Judge Wade Is Expected to Arrive in Iowa City Monday IOWA CITY April 18 body of Judge Martin J Wade who died in California is expected to ar rive here Monday Funeral services will probably be conducted next Thursday at St Pat ricks church here Monsignor Wil liam P Shanahan will officiate APPROPRIATION REPORT GOES BY WITH NO CHANGE Chances Lessened for Holdup by Income Tax Men TYES MOINES April 18 Tha ij senate today adopted the report of its conference committee on the biennial appropriations bill without change lessening charges for a holdup of adjournment by income tax bill supporters The conference committee report on the appropriation bill was filed in both the senate and house The bill calls for an annual ex penditure of 515294608 a decrease of 5572033 from the allowance two years ago and below the budget recommendation Compromise on V The conference committee ap proved a biennial appropriation of 54900000 to the University of Iowa compared with 54743003 ap proved by the house and 55250000 approved by the senate For Iowa state college the report recommended for the bl ennium compared with approved by the house and 000 by the senate Iowa State Teachers collego would receive an allotment of 51 467000 for the two year period compared with 51435644 allowed by the house and ap proved by the senate Under the terms of the report the University of Iowa would not be allowed more than for capital investment Iowa State 000 and Iowa State Teachers col lege 20000 V Shows Decrease The annuaL4Bprppriatlpn to1 the board of controj recommended by the committee was a de crease of from the annual allowance approved by the 1929 ses sion and a decrease of 510825 from the budget recommendation For the board of education the report recommended an annual al lowance of 57110356 5400701 be low the annual allowance approved two years ago and a decrease of from budget recommenda tion State departments by the report would be granted 271 below the annual allowance two years ago and a decrease of 5124 st CnTumn Ziegfeld Chooses U of Iowas Six Most Beautiful Damsels IOWA CITY April 18 enz Ziegfeld theatrical producer sas chosen the six most beautiful University of Iowa coeds The six presented at the junior rom last night are Ruth Wood Davenport Helen Manning New on Lucille Higbee Boone Char otte Bubbe Sioux Falls S Dak Gretchcn Pulley Maquoketa and Eubank Cullison Kans DEMPSEY WIFE MEET HALFWAY Attorneys From Los Angeles and Reno Assemble in San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO April 18 m Francisco became the half way point in the Jack Dempsey Estelle Taylor matrimonial suabble today Attorneys representing Dempsey former heavyweight boxing cham pion and his wife motion picture actress arrived from Reno Nov and Los Angeles to discuss the pro posed divorce Dempsey said he would seek In NcvadS and the di vorce action which Miss Taylor has promised to file in Los Angeles Joseph Scott Mrs Dernpseys at torneys left Los Angeles last night for San Francisco and Robert E Burns Dempseys lawyer left Reno on a night train for the bay city IOWA WEATHER Increasing cloudiness possi bly followed ly shouors In west central portions Saturday night or y Sunday and In ex treme cast portions Sunday cooler Saturday night In west and north central portions much cooler Sunday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 7R Minimum In Night 4 At 8 A M Saturday H WEEKS FORECAST CHICAGO April 18 er outlook for the coming week Upper Mississippi and lower Mis souri valleys and the northern and central great plains Cool first half of week with mostly rising tem perature thereafter Not much pre cipitation likely   

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