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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                R HIS MEM 4 ART OF IOWA i North Iowas Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS A COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 1 1931 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 146 I Tilson and Snell Fight Speakership Battle May Go to Dark Horse tt 1 I 4 By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON May l Rivalry between G O P candi dates for speaker of the house of representatives is generating a sur prising amount of ill feeling considering how it is that the repub licans will be able to put a presiding officer of their politics in the chair at all when the sev entysecond con gress meets Following Speaker Longworths death the general impression wag that Col John Q Tilsons title to succeed him would very readily be recognized provided the colonel cared for the honor It seems that uie does Had the colonel waived his claim Chairman Bertrand H Snell of the rules committee unquestionably would have been entitloI to consider himself logically next in line but the colonel having chosen not to waive it it evidently has come as asore shock to himrto have Chair man Snell proclaim his candidacy anyway THERE is no formal reg V ulation on the subject the speaker necssarily Is the majority party boss in the representatives chamber he would not have the votes to make him speaker other wise Equally by common consent the majoritys floor leader always has been regarded qs the speakers right the rules committees chairman majoHty holds all inn 1 Ihoirmanships as his left bower Under Speaker Longworth these i were the jobs filled by Colonel Til Turn to Fnffe 2 CnJunjn I V I I N Y HUNTS FOR DIAMONDS GIRL Showgirl May Be One Seen With Legs Night of Kidnaping CATSKILL N Y May 1 The state was trying today to finr Jack Diamonds showgirl friend Marion Roberts in the belief that she may be the woman reportec with Legs and some his men the night theyare accused of kid naping and torturing Grover Parka and James Larkln Cairo truckmen She is reported to have left the state Even if she isnot identified by Parks and Larkln attorney Gen eral John J Bennett wants to aak her about the activities of the Dia mond gang In the Catskills The attorney general said the gir had been staying at the Acra home of Diamond The torturing took place in the garage of Diamonds Acra home according to Parks and Larkin The girl was with Diamond prior to the torturing and maybe held as an ac cessory the attorney general said Diamond is free on bail accused of kidnaping and torturing Parks and indictments will be asked by the state on Larkins account Diamond whowas shot mysteri ously Monday is still in an Albany hospital About a hundred Catskill busi nessmen met last night and pledged support to the attorney general in his investigation Federal men have been studying bank accounts of Dia mond and his men to see if they evaded tax laws MAY DAY CASUALTIES REPORTED STORM HERO VISITS HOOVER Wood Comes to Defense of Executive Branch ON REASONS FOR COST INCREASES House Appropriations Chairman Blames Congress WASHINGTON May 1 resentative Wood today had come to the defense of the execu tive branch in arguments over re sponsibility for increasing federal expenditures The chairman of the last house appropriations committee laid the blame to congress and to the de mands of special groups He pre sented this view in answer to a statement by Senator Borah that an expensive bureaucracy was being established in the govern ment Borah held a large part of the censure for creation of an ex travagant form of government should be attributed to the execu tive branch Wood replied that the largest part of the Increase lies at the door of new legislation passed by congress authorizing or com pelling such expenditure in con siderable degree in opposition to the executive Has Largo Responsibility If the Idaho republican senator will examine authorization bills position of the executive Wood asserted he will find that con gress has an infinitely larger re sponsibility for increased expendi tures than he now believes After the bills are passed au thorizing government expenditure the Indiana representative added the executive can do nothing but estimate the additional expendi tures involved and budget the ex penditures called for by authoriza tion bills and the vice of this new legislation and increased authoriza tion bills lies in the electorate and special groups in the country in their demandsupon congress Example Is Given Wood scanned Borahs record to cite illustrations which he said would show the senator had sup ported the president against legis lation to increase expenses The Idahoans vote to sustain President Hoovers veto of the new bonus law Wood said was an example Then he added If we are to search for respon sibility for increases in governmenl expenditure we must not neglect the war which is responsible for fully 40 per cent of the increase and on the other hand we must not deny the responsibility of congress in yielding to the clamor of groups thruoijt the country for special leg islation in a large part of which congress has always exceeded the recommendations of the executive AUNT HET By Robert Quillen It didnt surprise me When a woman lets her man go out with that many but missin I know how mousey her closets smell HUNT RUINS FOR BLAST VICTIMS 45 Bodies Recovered From Debris of Brazilian Laboratory RIO DE JANEIRO May 1 Fortyfive bodies were recoverec today from the ruins of the nava arsenal at Nichtheroy destroyed by an explosion in the torpedoloading plant yesterday Thirtyeight were identified and firemen were searching thru the debris for others The plant records were destroyed and It could not be determined immediately how many of the 400 employes were in the building at the time of the blast Seventy are known to have been injured They nre still in hospitals here and at Nichtheroy PORTUGAL FACES REVOLT THREAT Movement Against President Discovered Cabinet Takes Refuge LISBON Portugal May 1 revolutionary movement aimed at the overthrow of the dictatorship of President Carmona was discovered by the government today Members of the cabinet have takenvVefuge in the barracks of the loyal third ar Bryan Untiedt Is Still Guest of President Mrs Hoover Guide on Sightseeing Trip to Museum WASHINGTON May 1 Bryan Untiedt had Mrs Herbert Hoover as his official guide on to days sightseeing trips The 13 year old hero of the Colo rado school bus tragedy returned for a second visit to the national musum that of yesterday having covered only a small part of the big building Riding beside Mrs Hoover in a big open white house automobile which she drove herself he went from the musuem to the national roo where most of the morning was spent Stay Until Sunday Bryan was invited to the white house for a stay of one night and two days but the Hoovers have found him so pleasant and so eager to learn that the visit has been in definitely extended It was said of ficially that he would not depart for his Towner Colo home until possibly Sunday The lad had his first boat ride yesterday on his return from Mount Vernon Receives Harmonica Band All the entertaining has not been done by the chief executive and the firstlady Bryan a skilled player the harmonica was tickled to receive a harmonica band arid a package containing 40of the in struments Every time he comes back to the white house from a sightseeing trip he is besieged by Peggy Am Hoover and Herbert III A white house request is a white house command so several times a daj there is a harmonica concert of ok fashioned tunes President an Mrs Hoover attend all of these they can Associated Pccss Photo This Associated Press telephoto shows Bryan Untiedt J3 year old hero of Laniiir Colo blizzard in which several of Ms schoolmates died with President Hoover on the white house grounds G 0 P FLAYED BY ROOSEVELT Conservative Reactionary Party Now in Power Criticized NEW YORK May 1 speech by Governor Roosevelt criti cizing the conservative and re actionary party now In power in Washington was published today The governor spoke last night at a dinner of the yoimg mens demo cratic club of New York but omitted from his remarks refer ences to Washington contained In the speech given to newspapers Asked if the omission was inten tional the governor said he did not realize there had been omissions and that he stood behind the speech as it was distributed for publica tion Modernize Machinery We have reorganized and mod ernized the whole machinery of our state government read the pre pared speech In many other places even in Washington the clogged and creaking cumbrous wheels of government machinery are geared to the pace of 50 years ago Timorous councils have per mitted no more than constant patching a new rivet here on ex tra bolt there Interminable struts and props and additional parts without corelation to each other which have been added until the whole structure hesitates at every attempt to speed up in keeping with modern life Look for Leadership And as in this state so it is in the the conservative and reactionary party now in power In Washington from the timid councils of the aged from the sel fish grasping power of the power ful few who control action from behind the scenes the people all over these United States are look ing to our party to lead them into the broad road that leads to the real democracy of which our fore fathers dreamed Governor Roosevelt had planned to go south for a vacation today but delayed departure when he re ceived a message that his mother Mrs Tames Roosevelt Is ill in Paris DRILL KIDNAPING CASE DISMISSED Trio to Await Extradition to New York in Jail in Wisconsin MADISON Win May 1 With charges of kidnaping against them dismissed in Wisconsin Harry Hamilton Drill 20 St and his two male companions remained in jail today by attorneys agreement to await action of New York authorities who possess an indict ment accusing the trio of abducting Drills coed wife Helen Fisher Drill 20 Just an escapade of a bunch of kids who ought to be spanked Superior Judge S C Schein com mented in dismissing warrants sworn to by the wife against Drill Harold Caldwell 20 and Elmer Peterson 27 both of St Paul Mrs Drill estrangeed from her husband after a marriage in North wood Iowa annullment and re marriage in Mason City accused them of abducting her from New York and forcing her to accompany them west in an automobile A New York grand jury indicted the trio and extradition proceedings are pending DAVENPORT MAN TAKEN FOR RIDE Kalcudis Found in His Car Shot to Death Near Durant MUSCATINE May 1 gelo Kalcudia of Davenport was found rhot to death in his automo bile near Dnrant today Officers ex pressed a belief he had been taken for a ride No gun was found in the car but three candles were discovered be side the body Muscatlne county authorities who are investigating planned to study fingerprints on the car door GOOD FARMING DOES BEST JOB Political Hokus Pokus Will Not Help Midwest Says Minneapolis Man ATLANTIC CITY N Y May 1 the opinion of F E Murphy Minneapolis publisher good farm ing is doing a better job than any political hokus pokus in making the northwest a land flowing with milk and honey and money Speaking at the nineteenth meet ing of the chamber of commerce of the United States today Murphy said there were no real hard times in our land of the kine and the swine the lamb and the ham the wool and the bull the honey boo and the cream pitch er of America One Crop Areas He said it was principally in grain or cotton districts single crop regions that the wail uf distress is long and loud Raw materials of agriculture or Industry always fluctuate violent farthest in times of stress Mr Murphy said But when w fabricate raw materials make a fin ished product in factory or farm we begin to stabilize both the prici and industry When we aid thi farmer to market hia felds anr grains in the form of finished pro ducts butter eggs chickens bee or pork on the hoof we stabilize business New Agriculture Born Murphy who is publisher of th Minneapolis Tribune told the con vention that a new agriculture i born when farmers and business men really get together which happened in the northwest Farmers have learned he assert ed that no act of congress or price fixing schemes can ever restore fertility to wheat sick soils clean up weedy grain fields or raise sag ging wheat yields one bushel These and not price are th real wheat problems in the north west he said We came to thi parting of the ways as a whea country ten years ago We have chosen the cowpaths to prosperity Two Burned to Death When Car Hits Truck YORK Pa May 1 young men were burned to deatl and four others seriously injure early today when their roadste crashed into the rear of a milk true at Thomasvllle near here CERMAK SPEEDS ACTION AGAINST RDMS SLAYER 3ank Robber Suspect Indicted as Killer of Policeman HICAGO May 1 Jor dan bank robber suspect was ndicted at a m today for the nurder of Policeman Anthony uthy whom he shot to death at he crowded corner of Michigan oulevard and Randolph streets last ight The cose against Jordan pro eeded rapidly at the instigation of Chicagos new mayor Anton Cer mak who said he wanted to show hat his city could mete out justice s swiftly as any other Wounded Two Others Jordan jerked out of the grasp of rresting officers about 6 oclock ast night killed Ruthy and vounded two other officers one ser ously before he was brot down by he flying tackle of a young clerk In a few hours he had confessed to vfayor Cermalc that he shot the of icers robbed a bank at Neponset 11 and escaped from federal offi cers taking him to the penitentiary ile said somebody shot at him be fore he fired at Ruthy and the other officers He refused to name any ac convpUcesin the barikrobbery for Jury A corners jury was summoned soon after he made his confession and at 11 a m Jordan was recom mended held for the grand jury The case was taken before the rand jury at this morning a true bill xvas voted a few minutes ater and two hours later Jordan was Indicted A prompt arraignment was planned by the states attor neys office but if Jordan elected to 5lead not guilty the speed was ex jected to slop there since the de endant may demand 30 days In vhich to prepare for trial Denies Being Accomplice KEWANEE 111 Mayl hur Brlggs arrested at Rock Island ast night at the request of Chief of Police A E Manley of Kewanee lenied todny that he was an accom ilice of Carl Carlson alias Frank Jordan who is being held In Chi cago as thevslayer of Policeman An thony Ruthy Chief Manley who was holding Briggs here preparatory to turning ilm over to bureau county authori ies thru whom the warrant was is sued said he was inclined to be ieve the mans story ROGERS EL PASO Texas May 1 Back in El Paso where I left the United States just three weeks ago Have traveled 13000 miles all by regular passenger lines no special plane or trip fare less than Not a forced landing Not a plane even late Radio on every ship you are in touch with even Hollywood while flying over Nicaragua Visited 16 foreign countries including New York City Saw everything I was looking for but Sandino I do want to see him I dont believe he is responsible for everything there that happens down Yours 0 1M DOX LANDS ON AFRICAN COAST German Seaplane Continues Interrupted Journey v to Brazil LAS PALMAS Canary Islands May 1 German seaplane DOX which left here this morning landed this afternoon at Rio do Oro in L Spanish province of Rio de Oro on the west coast of Africa It is continuing the flight to Brazil internipted by Injuries to the plane last winter SWEDISH FLYER STARTS SEARCH Lands at Faroe Islands on Trip to Hunt Marooned British Scientist STOCKHOLM May 1 Albln Ahrenberg Swe dish flyer landed at Thprshavri Faroe Islands this morning from Bergen ending the first stage of a flight to Greenland in search of Augustine Courtauld the missing British scientist From the Faroe islands Captain Ahrenberg will fly to Reykjavik probably today It is about 528 miles from the Faroes to Reykjavik Captain Ahrenberg flew from Mahnoe to Bergen Wednesday but was prevented from taking off yes terday by bad weather Courtauld a member of the Brit ish arctic nir route expedition vol unteered to remain on the ice cap all winter to obtain meteorological data Since then relief expeditions which were sent to pick him up could not locate his camp Near Tec Bnrrlcr REYKJAVIK Iceland May 1 wireless message today from the otcamer Odin which is proceed ing to Greenland to aid in rescue of the missing British scientist Au gustine Courtauld said that it was Hearing the ice barrier and expect ed to reach it sometime today POLICE OFFICER SLAIN IN SPAIN OTHERS INJURED Communists Blamed for Shooting of Berlin Policeman A POLICE officer in Spain was killed and several persons offi cers and civilians were wounded Friday in various parts the world in May day demonstrations In Berlin a policeman was wound ed perhaps fatally when he attempt ed to break up a meeting of young communists In Spain 15 civilians were shot and two policemen wounded in ad dition to the one officer killed dur ing disturbances in the San Jacime Plaza Forty persons suspected ot being communists were arrested for violating an order against demon strations in public Gunfiro Resorted To Gunfire was resorted to in the Ruhr district at Methmann and a workman and a communist alder man were seriously wounded The cry of long live Stalin roared thru the street of Moscow where the demonstration took the form of parades of soldiers to show soviet Russias preparedness for the war of intervention Police and communists came to gether in Adelaide and Brisbane Australia six arrests being modo in Adelaide and 20 in Brisbane At Sydney Australia several thousand parsons participated in a May day parade which was conducted in Ji Union Square New York1 and Boston Public places where group gatherings are fre quent divided their time between various factions In Union Square time was allotted to former service men socialists and communists In Boston the common was the gather ing place of patriots communists and school children Hamilton Fish Jr New York congressman who has been active in seeking legislation restricting com munism was one of the Boston speakers Special police details were stationed at Boston Common and at Union Square New York altho po lice officials expressed no fear of trouble Strikers Parade Three thousand strikers paraded in Bombay India without disorders ensuing In Russia and Spafn the day had special significance taking the form of a national celebration Turn I run Oltinin Markets at a Glance NKW YORK Stocks weak U S Steel breaks to new low after early upturn Bonds strong rails advance Curb irregular early gains modi fied Butter steady Coffee lower European selling CHICAGO Wheat barely steady bearish private crop estimates and large contract deliveries Corn easy good weather and large receipts Cattle strong hogs higher Father and Mother of Boy Who Was King at Bedside SIAMESE COUPLE LEAVE FOR N Y Ceremony Marks Royal Visit Until Moment Train Leaves WASHINGTON May 1 he King and Queen of Siam ac ompanied by members of their iarty left Washington today for Vew York The ceremony that marked the isit of the royal couple continued ntil the moment their train left he union station The King walking with Vice resident Curtis passed thru the residents room at the union sta ion and between a file of marines o his train A few paces behind came the Queen with Secretary Stimson and ther members of the royal party Army navy and marine corps of icers and state department offici als followed Prince Michael Suffering From Diphtheria BUCHAREST Rumania May 1 his estrangedjather and mother stared coldly at each other from opposite sides of his sick bed Michael the boy who was king to day lay suffering from diphtheria dread disease of childhood Two injections of serum admin istered by the royal physicians were believed to have averted serious dan ger of death altho it was said that anxiety must continue The crown prince who carries the title Grand Volvode of Alba Julia had a high temperature Warn Queen Helen The physicians warned Queen Helen Michael that she must not endanger her own life or run the risks of contagion by too constant attendance upon the pa tent who is nine years old Helen looked at King Carol who was standing near her in the sick room and answered What is life to me I have only one child I shall never have an other My place is at his side Reiterates Wnrnlnjj Carol breakinga near silence of months in which he is said to have spoken to her only from over his shoulder reiterated the physicians warning and assured her that Mich ael had trustworthy nurses and at tendants But Helen only shook her head It Is the second time this year that Michael has been 111 He suf fered from a chill and influenza in January Some concern was felt by the royal family last year at hi tendency to obesity Recently Klni Carol instnicted attendants to teac him everything about automobil mechanicB IOWA WEATHER Vartly cloudy Friday find Saturday Cooler Saturday LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for 24 hour pe riod ending at S oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 70 Minimum In Night 45 At 8 A M Friday 60 A favorable introduction to May it was that North Iowa received Friday morning The nights mini mum was the highest since the middle part of the month and Thursdays maximum reacned what is generally regarded as summer heat Friday the wind continued out of the south warmed by a bright sun   

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